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Body | Dehiscence or Wound Separation

During a tummy tuck, your surgeon will create an incision in your skin and the underlying structures so they can remove excess tissue and sculpt a firm and flat abdomen. Once the procedure is complete, the incision will be closed with sutures or staples, and you’ll be sent home to recover. With wound dehiscence or separation, the edges of the incision pull apart before the area is completely healed. It’s a serious complication that requires immediate medical attention – but it’s also one that can be avoided with proper care from your surgeon.

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MESSAGE FROM DR. RAHBAN REGARDING COVID-19

Hello everyone. I hope everyone is doing well, staying safe, and going through this pandemic and all of its required changes the best way possible.

We are excited to have the office back open and be able to deliver full surgery. To accomplish this, we have and are continuing to evaluate the best way we can serve our patients with regards to social distancing, testing, and other safeguards.

We love what we do and especially love taking care of our patients in the best way possible. To accomplish this, especially in these times, requires good communication, good planning, and the drive to do better. With that in mind, we will continue to listen to you, the state officials, and the community to make sure we stay up to date on the best way to provide the service that we are used to providing and to do so in the safest way possible.

If there are concerns, desires, and recommendations that you would like to share with us please feel free to call or email us. For consultations, we continue to offer both virtual consultations and in-person consultations.

We will continue to get through this together. Stay positive and stay safe.

Sincerely,

Dr. Rahban

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