The six-pack surgery is a relatively safe and effective method of enhancing the abdomen's appearance by giving it a sculpted look with six-packs.
A six-pack surgery, also known as the abdominal etching procedure, is a liposuction procedure meant to give the patient a chiseled abdomen with six packs. The abdominal etching surgery is, however, much more complex than the regular liposuction procedure.
Men’s six-pack surgery doesn’t simply suction out the fat, but the procedure is performed in an advanced manner to highlight the abs and sculpt them.
The six-pack surgery’s Turkey procedure is a safe, effective, and successful outpatient procedure. The six-pack surgery woman’s procedure works in a manner similar to men’s although the extent of the results may differ from patient to patient.
Six Pack Surgery is a common procedure, however, not everyone is eligible to undergo the procedure. The eligibility criteria are meant to not discourage you from undergoing the procedure but rather to ensure that your body and health can handle the procedure.
An ideal candidate for the abdominal etching surgery is someone who:
Abdominal etching surgery takes approximately one hour or so. It targets your waistline and midsection, namely the rectus abdominis and oblique muscles during this procedure.
Six Pack Surgery is a simple surgical procedure but has certain risks and side effects associated with it. Some of the common side effects of the Six Pack procedure are:
The recovery time for the six-pack surgery is, much like the recovery time for other liposuction procedures, around two weeks. You should expect the full results of your procedure around 2-5 months after the surgery.
You can resume your daily life activities within the first week of the procedure, although, you should not partake in strenuous physical activity. You should also make sure to avoid smoking and drinking during this period to reduce the risk of infections.
Six-pack surgery has a high success rate of 98%, especially in Turkey as it is performed by well-trained, highly-skilled, and board-certified plastic and cosmetic surgeons.
The alternatives to a six-pack surgery are less invasive forms of liposuction such as:
A non-invasive alternative to the six-pack surgery is a combination of a healthy diet, exercise, and weight lifting to improve your health and enhance the appearance of the body simultaneously.
The Six Pack surgery procedure is performed as an outpatient procedure meaning that you can get home the same day, depending on the case. The procedure follows the same steps as traditional liposuction but the techniques used are typically more complex in a six-pack surgery.
The six-pack surgery procedure begins much like a traditional liposuction procedure with the surgeon inserting the liposuction probes and cannulas in the targeted areas. The surgeon will then begin to strategically suction out the fat, ensuring to enhance the obliques and rectus abdominis. This will help give the appearance of the six-packs that you are looking for.
Once the desired results are achieved, the surgeon will remove the probe and suture the incisions. This marks the end of your six-pack surgery procedure.
A six-pack surgery is an easy procedure that is followed by at least two weeks of the recovery period. You can expect slight bruising and swelling in the area, during the first couple of days after the abdominal etching surgery.
You can resume work by the end of the first week, or at the latest, the second week. You should abstain from alcohol and smoking during the entire recovery period, and even after that for the best results.
You may be sore for the first week and find it difficult to sit down or stand straight due to tightness. This, along with other discomforts can be managed with over-the-counter painkillers.
It is also important to speak to your primary care physician before the procedure to adjust the doses of any medications you might be on. This is especially important if you are on blood thinners like aspirin and warfarin, or anti-hypertensives.
You should also avoid choosing a surgeon for your procedure that you have not done the research on. You should read the reviews and testimonials online before choosing a surgeon. It is also helpful to look at six-pack surgery before and after pictures from the surgeon’s website.
Can you get a 6-pack with surgery?
Yes, the abdominal etching procedure can help you get a six-pack with surgery.
How long does abdominal etching last?
The Six Pack surgery is a permanent procedure as the body does not replace the fat cells removed during the procedure. However, it is still recommended to live a healthy and active lifestyle to ensure the results of the procedure.
How much does it cost to get a six-pack surgery?
The six-pack surgery cost around €1400 in Turkey, which is almost half of its cost in England.
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