Excess skin, flabbiness and weakness of the abdominal muscles are the causes of a more relaxed and protruding tummy. An abdominoplasty will correct all these changes. By bringing the rectus abdominis muscles closer together, muscle diastasis is corrected, as well as any hernias that might exist in the umbilical region. Liposuction is almost always associated with this procedure, allowing to reduce the thickness of the tissues that are preserved, both in the anterior part of the abdomen, as well as in the lateral parts of the torso, redefining the waist. The excess skin and fat that are below the navel are completely removed. The stretch marks that existed on this skin are eliminated permanently. It is important, however, to always bear in mind that abdominoplasty produces a permanent scar at the location where the caesarean scar is usually located, that is, immediately above the pubic region and that, depending on the severity of the situation, the scar can be more or less long.