Hernia Surgery With Abdominoplasty
Hernia Surgery With Abdominoplasty

Hernia Surgery With Abdominoplasty

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Hernia Surgery With Abdominoplasty Treatment

Abdominoplasty has always been in the spotlight when it comes to improving the physique. More than just being a cosmetic surgical procedure, abdominoplasty is also used for correcting physical complications such as hernias. The procedure of abdominoplasty engages in isolating the incision from the hernia and its repair. Following this technique will assure the patients with a low risk and side-effects, alongside a lower rate of recurrence of the hernias. This procedure is specifically ideal for patients who are obese, or have had multiple hernias, or those with a risk of recurrent hernias

The doctor will insist on performing a tummy tuck alongside the hernia repair for strengthening and tightening the abdominal muscles, or also for correcting any umbilical hernia or ventral hernia. The Abdominoplasty with hernia repair recovery and results can vary from person to person, anywhere between 4 to 6 weeks. However, you must ensure to not lift any heavy weights or strain the particular region whatsoever, permanently. 

The cut is crossed over across the lower mid-region, beneath the swimsuit line. The whole skin and subcutaneous fat layer of the abdominal wall is lifted, up to the extent of the rib cage, with the exception of the actual umbilicus. In the event that an incisional hernia is present, it is currently fixed utilising a huge sheet of prolene mesh. The remainder of the abdominal wall is likewise fixed utilising non-absorbable nylon stitches. The excess hanging of skin and subcutaneous fat is cut off and the leftover fold is pulled down to the cross over cut line. Prior to shutting the cross over cut, a little opening is made in the fold to permit the umbilicus to arise in its generally expected position. This is stitched back into its place. The injury is shut under some strain, giving the belly a tight appearance. The lines of strain are planned so they are coordinated inwards, subsequently making a new and more aesthetically pleasing waistline. 

Conditions treated 

This Abdominoplasty with hernia repair is specifically designed to treat; 

  • Hernias - including Inguinal hernias, Ventral hernias and Umbilical hernias
  • Abdomen sagging 
  • Tightening the abdominal muscles
  • Abdomen bulge


Hernia repair with abdominoplasty can be used to treat the following areas:

  • Abdomen 
  • Groin
  • Belly button