Transform Your Body with Abdominoplasty

Refine Your Contour with Expert Surgical Techniques


Welcome to McRae Plastic Surgery, where your journey towards a defined and contoured abdomen begins. Discover the transformative effects of a tummy tuck, also known as abdominoplasty. Here, we remove excess skin and fat, and restore the integrity of abdominal muscles, integrating liposuction for a refined profile. Embrace a smooth, defined abdomen that reflects your health and vitality.

Before and After: The Art of Abdominoplasty

Visualize Your Potential Transformation


Explore our gallery to witness the remarkable transformations achieved through abdominoplasty. Each image is a testament to the meticulous skill of Drs. Matthew and Mark McRae, showcasing the harmony of surgical precision and individualized patient care.

Abdominoplasty: The Path to Your Ideal Form

Surgical Mastery Meets Personalized Care


Abdominoplasty is more than a procedure—it is a step towards aligning your physical form with your aspirations. Drs. Matthew and Mark McRae specialize in various techniques tailored to your unique needs, ensuring a result that harmonizes with your body’s natural contours.


Frequently Asked Questions


Explore our selection of popular procedures, each designed to meet specific aesthetic or reconstructive needs. From enhancing your appearance to restoring form and function. 


Abdominoplasty, commonly known as a tummy tuck, is a surgical procedure that removes excess skin and fat from the abdomen and may restore weakened or separated muscles, creating an abdominal profile that is smoother and firmer.

Yes, there are several types of abdominoplasty, including traditional or full abdominoplasty, mini abdominoplasty, extended abdominoplasty, fleur-de-lis abdominoplasty, circumferential or belt lipectomy, high lateral tension abdominoplasty, and combination procedures with liposuction.

The appropriate abdominoplasty procedure for you will depend on your specific needs, goals, and the extent of excess skin and fat. Drs. Matthew and Mark McRae will provide a personalized assessment to determine the most suitable technique for your individual case.


Ideal candidates are generally in good health, have a stable weight, are non-smokers, and have realistic expectations about the outcomes of the surgery. They should also have excess skin and fat they wish to remove, a commitment to recovery, no future pregnancy plans, and good psychological health.


Recovery involves initial post-op care with drainage tubes and compression garments, pain management, and gradual return to daily activities. Full recovery and return to strenuous activities may take several weeks, and it’s important to follow Drs. Matthew and Mark McRae’s post-operative care instructions.


A BMI below 30 is considered safer for surgery and is associated with reduced surgical risks, better surgical outcomes, easier anesthesia management, improved healing and recovery, and maintenance of long-term results.


It is recommended to have a tummy tuck after you have finished having children, as future pregnancies can compromise the results of the procedure.


While complications are rare, they can include healing problems, infection, and blood clots. Drs. Matthew and Mark McRae adhere to strict protocols to minimize and prevent possible complications.


Scarring is inevitable with any surgical procedure, but they will fade over time. You may be recommended treatments like silicone sheets, scar creams, and oils to minimize their appearance, and it’s important to protect them from sun exposure.


You can calculate your BMI using the calculator provided by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Your BMI is important as it helps assess your suitability for surgery and is a factor in minimizing surgical risks and achieving the best outcomes.

Begin Your Transformation Today


Take the first step towards the body you envision. Drs. Matthew and Mark McRae and our team are ready to guide you through the process of achieving a smoother, more contoured abdomen that reflects your hard work and commitment to health.