Lost the weight, but still don’t feel great? Post-weight loss surgery can help

post-weight loss surgery Milton KeynesYou’ve finally done it: after weeks of gym work and sticking to the right diet, you’ve finally achieved your target weight.

However, it’s an inevitable fact of life that as we mature, our skin’s elasticity declines – and skin that has been used to accommodating excess body weight doesn’t always snap back into line then we lose it.

Some people can deal with their post-weight loss regime body: most people can’t. And fortunately, with our help, you don’t have to. There are a range of aesthetic surgery options that can get you looking at your absolute best: let us take you though them…

Abdominoplasty surgery

If you’ve undergone dramatic weight loss, either on your own terms or with the help of gastric band surgery, you may have an unsightly overhang of skin around your abdomen. Abdominoplasty surgery – better known as the ‘tummy tuck’ – is often the best option in this case, as it removes excess skin and fatty tissue.

If you’re interested in a Milton Keynes tummy tuck, book a consultation with Mr Sudip Ghosh to find out if you are a suitable candidate.

Total body lift

For instances of extreme weight loss, this is essentially a full servicing of the excess skin around the body, incorporating a thigh lift, arm lift, breast lift and tummy tuck in Milton Keynes.


When women lose large amounts of weight, one area which suffers most are the breasts. A Mastoplexy – better known as a breast lift – is designed to restore their size, contour and elevation.

Thigh and arm reduction

In both cases, the excess skin on the area is trimmed down in order to restore and optimise its original shape.

Obviously, because each body is unique, these procedures are not one-size-fits-all jobs: you will be fully consulted and given a range of options on the work we feel needs to be done.

If you’ve achieved your goal of weight loss, get in touch with us on 0845 304 7083 or through our website, and let us help you finish the job you started.

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