3 Swimsuits to Show off Your Tummy Tuck

Abdominoplasty Hailey, IDIf you have recently lost a lot of weight or if you just had a baby, then you know that even though your body is extremely resilient, your skin doesn’t always go back to its original form. If you have some excess skin around your middle that you just can’t seem to tighten— no matter how many lotions and creams you try— then you may want to consider getting a tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) from Tom F. Crais. By surgically lifting and removing your excess skin, Dr. Tom F. Crais will be able to give you that more taut tummy that you’ve been dying for. And now that bikini season is here; you can show off your new tummy in style. From a regular bikini to a high waisted one, this article will discuss three swimsuits you should consider to show off your tummy tuck this summer. Read on to learn more.

Regular Bikini

If you can’t remember the last time you slipped into a bikini, then now is your chance. As long as your bottoms are high enough to cover your scars, then there is no reason that you shouldn’t slip into one of these swimsuits. Plus, it will give you a chance to tan your newly tightened tummy.

High Waisted Bikini

If you still want the coverage but want to show off part of your new tummy, consider investing in one of this summer’s biggest trends: a high waisted bikini. As one of the most flattering swimsuits for every body type, a high waisted bikini will allow you to reveal the top part of your stomach while hiding the rest.

A Cutout One Piece

A cutout one piece is a one piece swimsuit that has a cutout in the middle of it to show off part your stomach. If you are looking for something that’s a bit more modest, this swimsuit may be ideal for you. But because your swimsuit still shows off part of your stomach, you will still be able to flaunt your new look.

Showing off your new, tight tummy will be the best part of your summer. Whether you choose a regular bikini, a high waisted bikini, or a cutout one piece, you will be able to embrace your new tummy all summer long. To learn more about abdominoplasties, contact Dr. Tom F. Crais today to schedule an appointment.

 

 

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