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About Tummy Tuck
Tummmy Tuck, also knows as abdominoplasty is a cosmetic procedure which makes the abdomen thinner and firmer by removing excess fat and skin.
Tummy Tuck Treatment Duration
A Tummy Tuck surgery could take between 2 to 3 hours.
Tummy Tuck Recovery Time
Following a Tummy Tuck procedure the patient could require a recovery time from 2 to 6 weeks depending on the procedure.
Tummy Tuck Risks
Tummy Tuck surgery is very safe and has a very low chance of serious complications.
The risks associated with Tummy Tuck surgery are listed below:
Skin numbness may appear near the incision due to the nerves being cut during the tummy tuck surgery. In very rare cases this nerve damage could be permanent.
The patient needs to take antibiotics as prescribed and keep the incision area clean, if not, infection may occur.
Deep Venous Thrombosis (DVT)
After the tummy tuck surgery you will need to get as much rest as possible, but also keep your legs mobile in order to prevent the forming of blood clots and avoid DVT.
Poor Scar Formation
Post Tummy Tuck scars are a given and unavoidable, though the length and visibility varies from person to person. Some patients could develop a keloid or hypertrophic scar. Certain ethnicities are more likely to develop keloid scars.
During the tummy tuck surgery the excess skin is detached from the muscle layer so that the skin can be removed and the muscles tightened. Due to this it is possible that in some cases the blood flow can be interrupted which is necesary to keep the skin healthy, causing skin near the incision to die.
Fluid Accumulation Beneath the Skin (Seroma).
After the tummy tuck surgery the body will try to healt itself, fluid will accumulate in the incision area. If your body cant absorb all the fluid it will start to collect underneath your skin.
Hungary is a land-locked country in Central Europe and is well known for its rich cultural history. Hungary is part of the EU with a population of over 9 million. The majority of the population speaks Hungarian which is the most widely spoken non-Indo-European language in Europe.
Healthcare in Hungary
The Hungarian healthcare system is largely financed by the Health Insurance Fund (HIF). As Hungary is a part of the EU and an EEA country, holiday makers and visitors from another EU state can make use of the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) in order to get treatment at a reduced cost, or sometimes free. The Hungarian population is 100% covered by universal health insurance.
Hungary is very popular among medical tourists and is one of the top medical tourism destinations in Europe and leads the dental tourism market.
Airports in Hungary
The most popular airports in Hungary are:
- Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport in Budapest
- Debrecen International Airport in Debrecen
- Győr-Pér International Airport in Győr-Pér
- Nyíregyháza Airport in Nyíregyháza
- Hévíz-Balaton Airport in Hévíz-Balaton
- Pécs-Pogány International Airport in Pécs-Pogány
The information above is purely to help guide the patient and should not be considered as medical advice on the part of Healthcare-Choices.com. Any treatment or healthcare option should be done upon proper consultation and advice by a qualified physician.