The upper part of our bodies is what defines the symmetry for the rest of our figure, so when it gets bloated or saggy it’s very noticeable.
Unwanted fat or excess fat can accumulate anywhere in the body due to a lack of exercise, a bad diet or simply genetics, and with that excess fat comes a saggy and unhealthy looking body that can make many people lose confidence in theirselves.
One of the most common places for unwanted fat to gather is the abdomen, particularly in the naval area, making you have what is known as a “dad bod” which means that your stomach is much larger than the rest of your body.
This is a very serious problem because it’s not only aesthetically unpleasing but also can lead to many other health problems such as a high blood pressure and cholesterol due to the large quantities of fat.
But not to worry, since you have chosen MedEspoir you already know that we have the best and most innovative solution for all of your aesthetic needs, and for today we offer you the naval surgery or umbilicoplasty in Tunisia.
With this incredibly efficient procedure, you will have a slim, beautiful and healthy looking body in no time, you will have the naval surgery in Tunisia with the lowest price possible and with the hands of the best doctors in the field of cosmetic surgery.
How much does naval surgery in Tunisia costs ?
Tunisia is becoming a very known name in the cosmetic surgery field; this is thanks to the never-ending scientific and medical evolution and the skillful doctors.
We at MedEspoir pride ourselves in being the top name in Tunisia when it comes to cosmetic surgeries.
This is because we offer prices so low and affordable that you will be able to save 70% on the cost of having naval surgery in Tunisia compared to other places.
Choosing MedEspoir is the most financially wise decision that you can make, because we offer an all-inclusive package that contains:
- The hotel room during your stay in Tunisia.
- The operation costs.
- The cost of the tools that will be used during or after the operation.
- All operation related transportation.
- The doctor’s fees.
- The price of the medication for the postoperative period.
What is naval surgery ?
Umbilicoplasty Tunisia or navel surgery is a cosmetic surgery that is performed to alter the shape, size and/or position of the navel.
The objective of this surgery is to obtain an aesthetically pleasing and harmonious appearance.
Belly button surgery consists of making a belly button a little less obvious if it is prominent, reducing its size if the hole if it’s too big or making it stand out if it is too deep.
This procedure is also recommended for patients who wish to erase scars and traces of a piercing.
How to prepare for naval surgery ?
Meeting with your doctor for a preoperation appointment is vital for the success of the operation.
During the first consultation, you will receive information about the procedure and share your goals with your doctor so that they can create a plan for the procedure and after it.
It is necessary to explore the areas to be treated, to measure certain parameters and the general state of your health, and to take photographs.
The measurements will help decide which technique to use, and the photographs will be used to evaluate the result.
It is important to say if you suffer from a major illness, if you are taking medication, or if you are allergic to a drug or product.
Like any cosmetic operation that requires surgery, for navel surgery or umbilicoplasty pre-operative analyses, which the surgeon will indicate during the first consultation, are necessary.
Avoid smoking and drinking for a month prior to the operation.
What happens during naval surgery ?
The navel surgery or umbilicoplasty operation is performed in an operating room under general anesthesia.
In some cases, belly button surgery can be performed under local anesthesia to numb the area around the belly button, combined with a sedative to induce sleep, so the patient remains awake, but feels very little discomfort.
To change the position of the navel, the surgeon removes the skin around it, then repositions it depending on whether they want it to be lower or higher.
If you only want to change the shape of the navel, the plastic surgeon will make incisions around or inside the navel, so that the scar is less visible.
The surgery usually takes no more than an hour and the surgeon will try to make incisions inside the navel to minimize the visibility of scarring.
What happens after umbilicoplasty ?
After the operation, your abdomen will be slightly swollen which will require you to wear an abdominal orthopedic belt.
It is normal to observe purple areas and feel discomfort for a few days; the doctor will give you the necessary medication to deal with that.
Belly button surgery only modifies the navel and does not make your belly slimmer and firmer, for this, a more extensive type of tummy tuck or liposuction surgery may be required.
Complications secondary to this surgery are rare and are usually limited to localized infections or poor healing, which may require additional surgery.
Although you can resume your work in the days following the surgery, it is necessary to rest and avoid major physical exertion.
In order to maintain the results, it is important not to lose or gain too much weight.
What are the result of an umbilicoplasty ?
The result of navel surgery is generally satisfactory since it is an easy and purely aesthetic operation.
The results are visible immediately, and the rapid resumption of daily activities provides great satisfaction for the patients.
What are the risks of umbilical surgery ?
It’s true that naval surgery is highly efficient and provides incredible results, and with the help of our best Tunisian cosmetic surgeons you will be provided with the best care possible.
However, it’s always important to remember that all surgeries carry some risks with them.
When it comes to umbilicoplasty, the risks are very rare and mild, and your doctor will help you to stay away from them.
Some of the risks of naval surgery are:
- Miss placed naval.
- Tummy aches.
- Swelling and bruising.