Abdominoplasty. People who have especially slack skin in their midsection may need more than that which liposuction can offer. Typical candidates for this surgery are women with drooping abdomens after pregnancy or women and men who’ve lost a great deal of weight, or who have lost and gained weight repeatedly.
Mini Abdominoplasty. The mini-tummy tuck is a great option for those who want to slim the stomach and waist, but don’t need the heavy lifting of a full abdominoplasty. It’s especially effective for those who suffer from moderate but persistent potbelly or “bikini bulge.” The main difference between the two procedures is that the mini-tummy tuck doesn’t require moving or reconstructing the belly button.