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While we don’t like to think of something as serious as cosmetic surgery as ‘trend-driven’, we can’t deny that certain procedures receive more attention in the media. And it turns out that the latest on-trend procedure is umbilicoplasty: otherwise known as belly button surgery.

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    the on trend cosmetic procedure belly button

    The on-trend cosmetic procedure: belly button surgery

    While we don’t like to think of something as serious as cosmetic surgery as

    ‘trend-driven’, we can’t deny that certain procedures receive more attention

    in the media. And it turns out that the latest on-trend procedure is

    umbilicoplasty: otherwise known as belly button surgery.

    The facts about belly buttons

    The umbilicus – or belly button – is the scar tissue that remains after the

    umbilical cord is cut after childbirth. Although many people think that it’s

    shape –be it ‘innie’ or ‘outie’ – is caused by how close the cord is cut, this

    isn’t the case and those with an outie just have extra scar tissue.

    If you don’t like the way it turns out – or you regret earlier misdemeanours,

    such as piercings that have gone wrong, or how it looks after extreme

    weight gain or subsequent weight loss – an umbilicoplasty could be the

    solution.

    how umbilicoplasty works

    How umbilicoplasty works

    An umbilicoplasty takes about an hour and is typically performed under local

    anaesthesia. Naturally, the procedure depends on what appearance you

    want. In you want to turn an outie into an innie, the practitioner will make a

    small incision around the navel and remove the excess skin. If you want to

    turn an innie into an outie, the practitioner will hang a small flap of skin

    inside the navel on the outside of it.

    What happens after belly button surgery?

    Because umbilicoplasty is a simple and relatively painless procedure, it’s a

    walk-in, walk-out procedure. The incisions heal quickly and are usually

    hidden, and in most cases dissolvable stitches are used, so there is no need

    for a second appointment to have them removed – although if you do have

    non-dissolvable stitching, we can remove them a week or so later.

    Because bruising, swelling and discomfort is at a bare minimum, and healing

    begins immediately and is usually rapid. Most clients are able to return to

    work and perform normal activities right away and any scarring incurred

    during the procedure usually fades within a few months.

    Typically, though, an umbilicoplasty is performed in combination with an

    abdominoplasty. During a tummy tuck, Mr Anthony MacQuillan makes an

    incision around the belly button to detach it from the surrounding skin. This

    allows him to pull and tighten the skin on the abdomen, removing any

    excess, and once this is done the belly button can be reshaped and moved

    to a more natural position.

    For more information on what can be achieved with an umbilicoplasty or a

    tummy tuck, call 0117 325 5034 to make an appointment.

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