Panniculectomy vs Abdominoplasty, what’s the contrast between these two methods? This is one of the most widely recognized inquiries I get from patients.
How about we start with a definition. A pannus is the lower stomach skin and fat that overhangs the pubic region and the upper thighs. Most usually it is found in patients who have had gigantic weight reduction. If you don’t have skin and fat that looms over your pubic region, then, at that point, you don’t have a pannus.
Panniculectomy surgery is intended to eliminate this overhanging skin and that is it. It is planned to dispose of the overlay where sweat catching happens and rashes result. Most patients that I see that have a pannus have genuine grumblings about rashes, cleanliness, and trouble with proactive tasks due to their pannus.
Pannicultectomy can be covered by protection if certain measures are met. These are diverse for every insurance agency. I encourage patients to call the client support line for their protection and solicitation a duplicate of their organization’s prerequisites to fit the bill for panniculectomy. One normal necessity is that a patient should be 12-year and a half out from bariatric surgery and have lost no less than 100 pounds. Different prerequisites incorporate that weight reduction has settled and that the patient has clinical issues optional to their pannus that have not reacted to clinical measures. This implies that you have had a go at everything you actually are having issues. These issues should be reported in your clinical diagram by your doctor.
Panniculectomy is certifiably not a restorative system. It isn’t planned to work on the presence of your waist, despite the fact that it regularly does somewhat.
Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck) Explained
An abdominoplasty or tummy tuck is the corrective method that is performed to essentially further develop the manner in which one’s waist looks. A tummy tuck eliminates however much free skin as could be expected rather than simply the free skin overhanging the pubic region. It additionally fixes abs that might be extended separated. Read Also –Abdominoplasty Scar: What is Tummy Tuck Scars?
At times panniculectomy can be joined with abdominoplasty surgery. This happens when a patient has gotten protection endorsement for panniculectomy and might likewise want to further develop the manner in which their midriff looks. In this occasion, protection pays for the panniculectomy and the patient pays extra expenses to have a tummy tuck simultaneously. This is the most well-known situation I see for patients who have gone through gigantic weight reduction.