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Will Medicare Cover my Abdominoplasty Surgery?

Can I Claim My Abdominoplasty on Medicare? Patients always ask, ‘Will Medicare pay for my abdominoplasty surgery?’ There is significant research that indicates women’s health and post-pregnancy conditions, such as lower back pain, muscle separation (diastasis recti) and incontinence, may be relieved by abdominoplasty surgery. So will it be covered? The answer depends on whether
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Having an Abdominoplasty After a C-Section – Is it a Potential Idea?

Pregnancy and childbirth by either a vaginal birth or caesarean C-section impact your body. One of the main changes that occur during pregnancy is the stretching of your stomach and abdominal muscles – diastasis recti. This can leave you with stretch marks, excess skin and separated abdominal muscles. Having a caesarean or C-section can exaggerate
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Liposuction During Abdominoplasty Surgery

Liposuction during Abdominoplasty Not all abdominoplasty surgeries are performed in the same way. Like all plastic surgery procedures, they should be customised to suit an individual’s concerns, body shape, fat distribution, skin condition and surgery objectives. After assessing the patient, Dr Rubinstein often adds customised liposuction during abdominoplasty procedures. This allows him to make a more altered
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Scars After Plastic Surgery – Can Anything Be Done?

Scars after plastic surgery remain a concern most patients ask us about during a consultation. While we do all we can to reduce the visibility of your post-operation scars, most major procedures will leave a visible mark where the incision lines have been. But yes, after plastic surgery, you will have a scar. So what
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