Romed Meirer, MD

Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)

removal of excess tissue and tightening of the skin

Körpermitte einer jungen Frau mit weißem Slip


For a Firm and Toned Tummy

The natural ageing process, pregnancy or significant weight loss can leave an undesirable, flabby tummy shape. With a tummy tuck (abdominoplasty), excess skin and fatty tissue is removed and the skin is tightened.

from € 11,000.--
Procedure Duration
2 – 3 hours
general anaesthesia
Hospital Stay
1 night
compression bandage / compression shorts
Work Incapacity
approx. 1 – 2 weeks
Sports Abstinence
6 weeks
  • preliminary medical examination by the general practitioner/internist

  • discontinuation of anticoagulant medication, e.g., Aspirin, Thomapyrin or ThromboAss, at least one week before and one week after the operation

  • limitation of alcohol and nicotine

Schönheitschirurgin zeichnet gestrichelte Linien auf Bauch einer Patientin

At the end of the procedure, a so-called abdominal bandage is applied to ensure compression. A few days after the operation, depending on the amount of wound secretions, the drainage tubes are removed and the abdominal bandage is taken off and replaced by the compression garment.

Schönheitschirurg behandelt Bauch einer Patientin
  • wear the compression garment 24 hours a day for 6 weeks

  • no sport for 6 weeks, also no strenuous physical activity

  • no sauna or solarium for 6 weeks

  • stitches around the navel are removed after 7 days; the remaining stitches are self-dissolving

  • in rare cases: postoperative haemorrhage, bruising, infections, lymph accumulation (seroma)

  • sensory disturbances of the abdominal skin usually subside after the first few weeks

  • possible unsightly scars can be corrected at a later date (after one year)