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Tummy Tuck Treatment Provides a Truly Positive Perspective

As experts in beauty, the team at Beverly Hills Physicians can greatly enhance one's self-image with an artful tummy tuck procedure

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Throughout Southern California, Beverly Hills Physicians has earned a name for itself as the top provider of beauty and wellness solutions – including life-changing and confidence-boosting plastic surgery procedures. Consisting of a network of top medical professionals, including surgeons and aestheticians, BHP has achieved exceptional results for patients seeking beauty enhancements such as breast augmentation as well as tummy tuck surgery – an increasingly popular option for removing excess pockets of skin. In fact, for many BHP patients, tummy tuck surgery serves as an essential first step towards total body health, wellness, and a positive mindset!

A tummy tuck, known in the medical community as an abdominoplasty, removes excess fat and skin from a person's belly area, creating a lower stomach that is smoother, firmer, and aesthetically pleasing. People with excess bulk around the stomach, whether from belly fat, excess skin, or a combination of the two, often face a self-confidence shattering stigma. In many cases, individuals of normal body weight and proportion can develop an abdomen that protrudes, or skin that is loose and sagging. Common causes include:

  • Pregnancy
  • Aging
  • Substantial weight loss, or fluctuations in weight
  • Heredity
  • Prior surgery

At Beverly Hills Physicians, aesthetic beauty is recognized as being an essential element of a fulfilling and satisfied life. Perhaps that's why so many patients include the tummy tuck as part of a comprehensive mommy makeover. Custom tailored to remove some of the unpleasant aftereffects of pregnancy and restore youthful vibrancy to a woman's body, a mommy makeover differs for each patient. Usually, however, a mommy makeover involves a tummy tuck, breast augmentation and, in some cases, a vaginal rejuvenation treatment.

While there are a large number of valid reasons why one might undergo a tummy tuck, perhaps one of the most compelling is the substantial boost in self-confidence that comes from seeing yourself with an artfully sculpted, aesthetically pleasing tummy. Beverly Hills Physicians has heard from tummy tuck patients that clothes fit better, that they can see the true results of their workout routines, and that they are receiving more compliments than ever. Most importantly, these people can look in the mirror with pride.

Every woman's body is uniquely beautiful in its own way, and with a tummy tuck procedure performed by the expert surgeons at BHP, women can ensure their individual beauty is on full display. Their team is also fully aware that the joy and opportunities that come from truly stunning beauty shouldn't only be appreciated by one gender, which is why tummy tuck and many other plastic surgery treatments are utilized by men more often than ever.

To learn more about tummy tuck and the various other health, beauty and wellness solutions available at Beverly Hills Physicians, visit the company's website at www.beverlyhillsphysicians.com or check for updates on their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/beverlyhillsphysicians. Directions and further inquiries can also be made by calling 800-788-1416.

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