Our abdominal etching in Maryland can take your abs to the next level. We’ve all got abs, but for many of us, the muscle structure is hidden beneath a layer of fat and tissue. Now you can define your six-pack and get the chiseled stomach that would otherwise take years of dieting and an intense training routine to achieve.
Abdominal etching is a form of liposculpture, where body contouring is achieved with a customized type of localized liposuction. Abdominal etching uses precision liposuction to trace your abdominal muscles, helping your hidden six-pack to become visible. Without the thin layer of fat hiding your abs, the muscles become defined for the ultimate sculpted look. Abdominal etching is an excellent option for those who are in good physical shape but are unable to achieve visible muscle definition.
This procedure is excellent for athletes and people with fitness-oriented lifestyles. Candidates who already eat healthy foods and exercise will get the most out of this procedure. Abdominal etching was designed to help people who, no matter how well they diet and exercise, are unable to achieve a chiseled, defined six-pack. Abdominal etching in Maryland can also assist people who have had a tummy tuck and would like to see greater muscle definition. Candidates for abdominal etching are ideally:
Abdominal etching treatments are as follows:
Dr. Steven Rottman is a double board-certified plastic surgeon with a wealth of experience in performing cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. He has dedicated his life to helping his patients with their aesthetic goals. With his Maryland abdominal etching, Dr. Rottman can create that sought-after definition in the abdominals for both men and women. Abdominal etching takes that extra level of care and precision, as it is a combination of artistry and technical skill. Dr. Rottman excels at creating toned, balanced, and natural-looking results that represent the gold standard in results.
During the initial recovery period, you will have to wear a compression garment to reduce swelling and to help your body heal properly. You can expect to take minimally the first seven days off from work or longer if your work is physically demanding. You will have to avoid strenuous exercise during the first month. Dr. Rottman will monitor your healing and advise you about the best time to resume more vigorous exercise.
The results will take between three to six months to fully develop. Your body will need to heal after the procedure and residual swelling will take time to subside.
The longevity of the results from abdominal etching depends primarily on how your body changes over time. If you maintain a stable weight and a healthy lifestyle, then you can easily anticipate enjoying your results for many years to come.
Dr. Steven J. Rottman is a cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery expert who serves the men and women of Baltimore and surrounding areas.
Dr. Rottman is recognized for his approach to plastic and reconstructive surgery that gives his patients exceptional natural-looking results. Because each patient is unique, Dr. Rottman uses both traditional and advanced techniques for his procedures.
Please contact us today to schedule your personal consultation with Dr. Rottman.
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The past several months have been unlike anything any of us have ever experienced. We are working hard to adjust to the “new normal” in a meaningful and thoughtful way for the safety and health of you and our staff. This means doing things in new ways, while still providing the same quality of care and service you are accustomed to.
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