Tummy Tuck Surgery
Tummy tuck surgery, or abdominoplasty, removes excess fat and skin from the mid to lower abdominal area, creating a smoother and tighter stomach. For many women, exercise and weight control are not enough to achieve a well-toned abdomen. Tummy tuck surgery can restore weakened stomach muscles often caused by pregnancy, extreme weight fluctuations, aging, and genetics. Along with tighter stomach muscles, the removal of excess fat and skin during a tummy tuck procedure can improve posture, overall body appearance and self-image.
As one of the most renowned tummy tuck surgeons in the Hattiesburg, MS area, Dr. Paul Talbot is highly experienced and has performed numerous successful tummy tuck surgeries for woman throughout Mississippi and Alabama.
Tummy Tuck Before & After Photos
View before and after photos of some recent tummy tuck procedure performed by Dr. Paul Talbot.
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One of Mississippi's Top Tummy Tuck Surgeons
Dr. Paul Talbot, the current Medical Director at the Plastic Surgery Center of Hattiesburg, is well known throughout Mississippi and the surrounding areas as one of the Top Tummy Tuck Surgeons. Dr. Talbot has already performed tummy tuck procedures on patients from many of the surrounding areas such as:
How Much Does Tummy Tuck Surgery Cost?
Every tummy tuck operation is unique. Therefore, the cost of tummy tuck surgery is different for each person, and depends mostly on the extent of the procedure. The Plastic Surgery Center of Hattiesburg offers financing options to assist our patients with the cost of tummy tuck surgery.
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