Allure Esthetic Does New Drainless Tummy Tuck in Seattle

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Allure Esthetic Does New Drainless Tummy Tuck in Seattle

Dr. Javad Sajan, a Top Seattle plastic surgeon, performs a drain-free tummy tuck with a special fibrin sealant.

SEATTLE, WA / ACCESSWIRE / June 24, 2024 / At Allure Esthetic, Dr. Javad Sajan performs a drain-free tummy tuck that uses a special fibrin sealant that glues the skin back to the abdominal wall, helps prevent fluid build-up, and helps avoid the use of drains. Using this special sealant can provide incredible benefits that support an easier recovery.

Tummy tucks are a common plastic surgery that many of us are familiar with. However, most tummy tucks are done using drains during the recovery process. These drains help to remove fluid build-up that happens after surgery, but they can cause complications and scarring after surgery. Drains often have to stay in for two to three weeks, making the recovery process long and difficult. These drains also require frequent monitoring and can cause openings in the wound, which can lead to a more significant scar.

A drain-free tummy tuck may decrease the risk of infection, scarring, and discomfort, as using a drain tube for two to three weeks is not the most pleasant experience. Additionally, it may decrease swelling and prevent tension on the wound, which can lead to significant scarring.

With this technique, Dr. Sajan can also use liposuction during the tummy tuck, which decreases fullness in the abdomen, creating a smaller waist and flatter results. This even works for patients who have a higher BMI.

Dr. Javad Sajan uses this innovative technique to create a sustainable and easier tummy tuck for patients. Using drains doesn’t have to be your only option when considering a tummy tuck. At Allure Esthetic, you can receive the best tummy tuck in Seattle.

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SOURCE: Allure Esthetic

Allure Esthetic Does New Drainless Tummy Tuck in Seattle

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