After losing over 100 lbs., this 63-year-old was left with significant redundant hanging skin on her abdomen. She did not require a repair of a diastasis recti (split or separation in the abdominal muscles), which is common when abdominoplasties are performed. The post-surgical photo was taken 7 months after her procedure. With time, her incisions will fade to white and become inconspicuous.
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