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If you are searching for a solution to loose skin around the middle, you should contact Reshape and Restore for a tummy tuck in Birmingham

Excess skin can make you self-conscious about your body and reluctant to engage in sport or social activity.

A ‘tummy tuck’, or abdominoplasty at Reshape and Restore, is a permanent, surgical solution to the problem.


Why choose Reshape and Restore?

Mr Umraz  Khan and Mr Thomas Chapman are the highly respected cosmetic surgeons who have established Reshape and Restore . They are a cosmetic surgery dream team who have come together to offer first-class surgery to patients in the Birmingham area.

Both Mr Khan and Mr Chapman are highly regarded Consultants within the NHS who also have thriving private practices. 

Their surgical skills will reshape your stomach and restore your self-confidence.


What causes excess skin on the stomach?

Life events can change your bodies in ways that you may find challenging

Pregnancy can leave the new mother with loose skin and slack muscles after her baby has been born. When the skin has been overstretched, it may not spring back into place. This effect is often more noticeable after a few pregnancies.

Later in life, after the menopause, many women find that they lose their waistline as stubborn fat accumulates around their middle for the first time.

People who transform their bodies and health by losing significant amounts of weight are disappointed that their skin doesn’t shrink to the same degree as their fat stores, and they are left with sagging skin.

Looking good is essential to self-esteem, and excess skin around the middle can be embarrassing. It can also be uncomfortable as it may be difficult to find clothes that neatly accommodate the extra tissue.

What does a tummy tuck in Birmingham involve?

A tummy tuck or abdominoplasty is a surgical procedure that will reshape, recontour and redefine your body.

Your surgeon will make an incision across your abdomen and remove excess fatty tissue and skin. In some cases, liposuction may also be used to remove fat deposits.

If a large amount of skin and tissue has been removed during the procedure, it may be necessary to reposition or reconstruct your tummy button.

Your surgeon will also tighten your abdominal muscles to give your stomach a more sculpted and toned appearance.

Every patient is different, and Mr Khan and Mr Chapman will design a bespoke abdominoplasty to address your concerns.


How long will it take to recover from an abdominoplasty?

At first, your stomach will feel tender, and there will be some swelling and bruising. You will need to wear a supportive garment for the first few weeks.

Your surgeon will give you a full assessment to ensure you are ready before you leave hospital and will check on your progress regularly in the weeks and months following surgery.

You will be given advice and support to care for your wounds, encourage healing and minimise scarring.

Abdominoplasty is major surgery, and you will need plenty of rest to help your body recover. The best results will be achieved if you respect your body and don’t try to do too much too quickly.

You will have to take several weeks leave from work. Your surgeon will advise you when you are ready to return to driving.

After six weeks, the results of surgery will start to show, and all the care and hard work will have been worth it!

Is a tummy tuck right for me?

Mr Khan and Mr Chapman have two detailed consultations with all their patients before making any recommendations about surgery.

The Initial Consultation

Your initial consultation is an opportunity for an honest discussion with your surgeon where you can explain what you hope to achieve through surgery.

Your surgeon will examine your medical history to ensure that surgery is appropriate for you and then give you an assessment of what surgery can do to help you to meet your goals.

Mr Khan and Mr Chapman are very flexible about using different surgical techniques to give you the best outcome. They may suggest a mini or full tummy tuck, depending on the amount of skin removed. They may also discuss whether liposuction would be advisable during your procedure.

At Reshape and Restore, we think it is valuable for you to meet other patients who have experienced tummy tucks. We will try to arrange this for you when you visit the clinic.

Your Second Consultation

By your second consultation, you will have had time to think about all the advice and information you have been given and probably have plenty of questions.

Your surgeon will discuss the procedure’s details again and any potential risks. You can discuss what to expect after surgery and during your recovery.

It’s natural to find the idea of any surgery a little daunting, so Mr Khan and Mr Chapman will give you as much time as you need to ask questions and make your decision.

Do I need to do anything to prepare for tummy tuck surgery?

A tummy tuck is not a weight-loss procedure, and the best results are achieved in patients who are as near a healthy weight as possible. Your surgeon may advise you to lose a little weight before surgery.

Cost of Tummy Tuck Surgery

Tummy tuck surgery costs around £6,500.

It is impossible to be more accurate than this until you have had your consultation.

Mr Khan and Mr Chapman take an individual approach to every patient, so your surgery may cost more or less than this figure, depending on the techniques used.


How to find Reshape and Restore

Birmingham is a city in the West Midlands about 100 miles from London.

Often considered the UK’s second city, Birmingham has an urban population of 2.8 million people.

The city is home to world-class museums, art galleries, and universities, but perhaps it is best known for being the home of Cadbury’s Chocolate.

The chocolate factory in the Birmingham suburb of Bournville has been turned into a famous attraction called Cadbury’s World, where you can find out everything about the chocolate-making process.

Our clinic serving the Birmingham area is at Burcot Hall Hospital. The hospital is in Bromsgrove, about half an hour’s drive from the city centre, and is Europe’s largest purpose-built cosmetic surgery facility.

Burcot Hall Hospital is surrounded by beautiful countryside but is still easily accessed by car and train from Birmingham city centre.


Burcot Hall Hospital

Stoney Lane

Bromsgrove B60 1LY

Tel :  07716 860 652

Email: [email protected]

Directions from Birmingham

Enter St. Chads Queensway/A38/A4400.

Follow the A38 and Pershore Rd/A441 to Lifford Ln in Stirchley.

Take Melchett Rd to Pershore Rd S/A441 in Kings Norton Business Centre

Follow the A441 to Redditch Rd in Alvechurch

Take Grange Ln to Stoney Lane

Burcot Hall Hospital is on Stoney Lane