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With permission from local health care experts, our practice will remain open with limited hours and services. Please contact us today, as our hours may have changed to ensure the safety of our clients.

We will be offering virtual consultations over Facetime and Zoom

If you would like to purchase skin care products, give us a call and swing by. We will bring the items out to your car.


Ensuring the Safety of Our Community


To fulfill the needs of our clients and our community, our practice is currently open. We will continue to reference local healthcare authorities and practice excellent health standards to ensure your safety.

We want you to feel safe and comfortable during your visit, so we will thoroughly clean each area between appointments, provide hand sanitizer to staff and clients, and continue following our rigorous cleaning protocols. We understand that the situation can change at any moment, and we will be flexible and communicative with our clients throughout the next few months.

To schedule an appointment, fill out an appointment form or call our practice.

Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck)

By Dr. Suzanne Yee on November 24, 2009

Hello, I just wanted to take a minute to talk to you about Abdominoplasty, or "Tummy Tuck".  It seems strange that two of the most rewarding walks of life, carrying a child and weight loss, can leave you with such an unsightly feature.....a sagging tummy.   As we age, our skin looses elasticity and has a hard time recovering from these events.  For most people, diet and exercise will not reduce the excess skin and surgery is the most beneficial solution. Abdominoplasty is an outpatient procedure that usually takes about 4 hours.  During the surgery, an incision is made horizontally along the lower abdomen.  After the incision is made, the doctor  will remove excess fat by Lipo.  Then, the upper and lower abdominal muscles will be tightened to help firm and flatten the abdomen.  After the fat is removed and the muscles are tightened, the excess skin is removed and the incision is closed with sutures. As with all patients, recovery time varies from person to person.  During the first couple of days, it will help the healing process if you get up  and move around without standing up straight.  In about one week, you will have your drainage tubes and stitches removed and most of your swelling and bruising will subside.   Most patients will go back to work in 1-2 weeks.   In 4 to 6 weeks, you should be able to return to normal activity pending on my recommendations. Abdominoplasty brings your stretched body back to it's normal shape and lets you wear clothes you weren't able to wear before, creating a whole new silhouette and a whole new you! Please visit our photo blog to see before and after photos. Call our office 501-224-1044 for your consultation! I look forward to seeing you!

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