Tummy Tuck Photos Los Angeles

An ideal way to learn of a plastic surgeon’s abilities is by viewing his/her before and after pictures. For that reason, Lance Everett Wyatt, M.D. of Los Angeles displays tummy tuck photos on his Web site so that all prospective patients may see his past work.

At the Wyatt Center for Plastic Surgery, it is our aim to meet the needs of each of our patients. Dr. Wyatt is a highly qualified physician regarded for his artistry and precision. In addition to being the former Clinical Fellow in Surgery at Harvard Medical School and Chief Resident in the Harvard Combined Plastic Surgery Residency Program, he is also the author of six textbooks and recipient of various awards.

Tummy Tuck Photos

As you will see in Dr. Wyatt’s before and after photos, he is a skilled Los Angeles tummy tuck surgeon. Medically known as “abdominoplasty,” this procedure is designed to transform a bulging belly into a flatter stomach.

Patients generally seeking this procedure are those who have bulging bellies as a result of pregnancy/childbirth, a great deal of weight gain or loss, or the normal aging process. Oftentimes, strict diet and exercise cannot produce the slender body contour that patients strive for.

Dr. Wyatt’s photos show that his patients’ once stretched and sagging stomachs resulted in trimmer, tighter waistlines. This is accomplished by the following surgical steps:

  • An incision is made low on the abdomen
  • Excess tissue and skin are removed from the stomach
  • The opening is pulled tightly back together and sutured in place

We encourage you to view our before and after plastic surgery photos to see the impressive results that have been provided for past Los Angeles abdominoplasty patients at the Wyatt Center for Plastic Surgery.

After you have viewed Dr. Wyatt’s tummy tuck photos, our Los Angles plastic surgeon invites you to schedule a complimentary appointment to attain additional information about this procedure. Our staff can be reached at (310) 855-8010, or via our online consultation form.