What are the surgical options to repair the Diastasis Recti?
Repair the Diastasis Recti – There are several surgical options for repairing the Diastasis recti. The most common surgical procedure is called tummy tuck or also known as abdominoplasty.
During a tummy tuck surgery, the surgeon makes an incision in the lower abdomen. Then separates the skin off the muscle all the way to the rib cage, repairs the Diastasis, reconstructs a new bellybutton and at the end removes the excess skin. This procedure often combines with liposuction to give the patient best aesthetic results.
Another surgical option is called mini tummy tuck or mini abdominoplasty. This procedure is very similar to full tummy tuck, except the bellybutton is separated off the muscle and re connected slightly lower to the abdominal muscle which eliminates the scarring around the bellybutton.
Laparoscopic surgery option
Another surgical option to repair the Diastasis Recti is the laparoscopic surgery repair of the Diastasis recti and tightening the abdominal wall. This minimally invasive surgery involves making small incisions in the bikini line, entering the abdominal cavity with scope and special instruments and repairing the Diastasis recti. This unique procedure offers less post operative pain, faster recovery and less scarring. It also can be combined with liposuction to improve the final aesthetic results.
It’s important to note that while surgical options can be effective in correcting Diastasis recti, they are not without risks. It’s important to discuss the risks and benefits of each surgical options with your surgeon before making a final decision.
Overall, the choice of surgical option for correcting Diastasis recti will depend on the severity of the condition, the patient’s overall health, and their individual goals and preferences. A consultation with Dr. Iraniha Orange County Expert Surgeon can help to determine the most appropriate course of treatment for your individual case.
At Surgical Oasis Institute, Dr. Iraniha has expertise in all different surgical options for repairing the Diastasis recti and after a comprehensive evaluation the best option would be offered to the patient. For same or next day consultation please call our office at . Thank you