Belly Button Repair ; Novel Navel Renewal


As spring approaches, people start looking forward to the day when they won’t have to wear layers of clothing. Even so, the prospect of donning skimpy apparel makes many want to hibernate – permanently. This has always been the case; but, until relatively recently, the most prevalent reason for such self-consciousness was being overweight.


These days, though, millions hesitate to expose their belly buttons, which, because of piercing (a trend that became wildly popular in the 90’s), have become stretched-out, scarred, or misshapen. If your navel is in a similar condition, which also has other causes, including pregnancy and injury, or if you simply want to improve its appearance, call us. We can restore, repair, or reshape it through umbilicoplasty, a procedure which, as our happy clients will tell you, really hits the spot!

Will there be visible scars after umbilicoplasty?

The visibility of scars after umbilicoplasty can vary depending on the technique used and individual factors such as skin type and healing abilities. In most cases, skilled surgeons strive to minimize scarring by placing incisions in inconspicuous locations, such as within the natural folds or creases of the belly button. However, it’s essential to understand that any surgical procedure will result in some degree of scarring. The appearance of the scar can improve over time as it heals and fades. It’s crucial to follow post-operative care instructions provided by your surgeon to optimize the healing process and minimize the visibility of scars.

What kind of follow-up care is required after the surgery?

The follow-up care after umbilicoplasty is essential to ensure proper healing and optimal results. While specific instructions may vary based on the individual case and the surgeon’s preferences, here are some general guidelines for post-operative care:

1. Dressing and Wound Care: Follow your surgeon’s instructions regarding dressing changes and wound care. Keep the incision area clean and dry to prevent infection.

2. Activity Restrictions: Your surgeon may advise you to avoid strenuous activities, heavy lifting, or vigorous exercise for a certain period after the surgery. Follow these guidelines to prevent complications and promote healing.

Can umbilicoplasty be reversed if I am not satisfied with the results?

Umbilicoplasty, like any surgical procedure, is intended to be a permanent alteration to the appearance of the belly button. Reversing the procedure entirely might not be possible, as it involves reshaping the tissues and skin around the umbilicus. If you are dissatisfied with the results of umbilicoplasty, it’s important to communicate your concerns with your surgeon. In some cases, revision surgery might be an option to address specific issues or refine the results. However, revision surgery is typically more challenging than the initial procedure and might not completely reverse the changes made during the original umbilicopla