Tummy Tuck Washington, DC

Tummy TuckTummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, is a term applied to a variety of procedures that remove tissue and re-contour the body from the belly button to the pubic bone. Most commonly it is used to reverse the effects that aging, pregnancy, or significant fluctuations in weight can have on the skin and muscles of the abdomen. Some approaches remove excess skin and fat; others tighten the muscle or use these surgical techniques in combination.

The procedure may be conducted either on an outpatient or inpatient basis, depending on the extensiveness of the procedure and on the patient’s individual medical needs. Patients generally return to work within a month and to strenuous activity within six weeks. Results vary by age and weight gain, but offer especially significant results after pregnancies.

My experience with Dr. Olding and his staff was absolutely wonderful

My experience with Dr. Olding and his staff was absolutely wonderful. After several consultations with other plastic surgeons I settled on Dr. Olding because I believed he was the most qualified and showed the best judgment while explaining my procedure to me. He was also recommended to me by my trusted dermatologist so that factored into my decision as well.
H. A.

Patients might experience temporary swelling, soreness or bruising following a tummy tuck. Potential complications include blood clots to the lungs, bleeding, infection, asymmetry, fluid retention, excessive scarring, or necrosis of the skin around the belly button.

Before & After
Before & After

* Individual results may vary.

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Important Announcement

I am committed to the health and safety of my patients. Public health officials have mandated the cancellation of elective surgeries, and for the protection of our patients and their families, we will not be seeing elective patients until the ban on doing so is lifted. Therefore, for the next few weeks, we will not be scheduling new appointments or procedures; however, our staff will continue to be available to take phone calls and answer your questions. Once we have some glitches out of the system, you will be able to have a virtual consult with me – stay tuned!

Dr. Michael Olding