READY FOR A FLAT TUMMY?
Tummy tuck surgery could be the answer*
Tired of wearing support garments?
Not seeing the results of diet and exercise on your belly?
Embarrassed by your loose tummy skin?
Purpose of Tummy Tuck
- To remove loose, excess skin and fat from the abdomen*
- To tighten muscle, improve tone and flatten the shape of the abdomen*
- To improve waistline in and out of clothing*
Tummy tuck surgeon Ronald Schuster, MD works with each individual to develop a treatment approach that addresses personal goals and needs.* He offers a number of tummy tuck options at his plastic surgery practice to help his patients enjoy an improved body contour and enhanced body image.*
Tummy Tuck Surgery Before & After Examples
Before & After Photos – Actual Rhinoplasty Patients*
Ready to See if You’re a
Types of Tummy Tuck Procedures
- Mini Tummy Tuck
Performed through a short incision directly above the pubic hair. Its benefit is a very small inconspicuous scar.*
- Full Tummy Tuck
A full tummy tuck is best for the removal of excessive skin.
The scar is longer but generally heals well and is placed in an area which is easily covered by clothing, bathing suits and lingerie.*
- Circumferential Tummy Tuck
Best for patients when there is excess loose skin which extends around the sides and even over the hips.
The scar circles around the waist but is positioned to be hidden beneath the underwear as much as possible.*
Our knowledgeable, attentive team is available to speak with you
about the types, benefits, risk and cost of tummy tuck.
To schedule a consultation, please contact our practice today.
**SPECIAL OFFER: Mention the word “muffin” when you contact us and receive $250 off your tummy tuck procedure.
*Individual results may vary
About Ronald H. Schuster, MD
Baltimore cosmetic surgeon Ronald H. Schuster, MD, is Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and Chief of the Plastic Surgery Division at Northwest Hospital Center in Baltimore County, Maryland.
Baltimore Practice Location
10807 Falls Rd #101 | Baltimore, MD 21093 | (410) 902-9800