Debeso Treatment – Reshaping of Belly Button


All about the belly button.

By Kath Wong | January 11 2020

Belly button reshaping, also known as debeso treatment, is a cosmetic surgical procedure that modifies the unwanted size and shape of your belly button to the desired one. The procedure is also known as belly button rejuvenation.

Debeso treatment has become a trend and the popularity still continues to grow. The treatment, in fact, is popular for both women and men who are not happy with their belly button overall appearance such as shape, size, as well as the position.

Why Debeso Treatment?
The belly button, or umbilicus, is the scar remained by the umbilical cord that was removed during birth. Its shape is determined by how the skin is attached to the underlying muscle and how the doctors handle the cutting. Usually, the scar comes in the form of a hole once the cord is cut, making the belly button an “innie”. For some cases where the belly button sticks out, it is called an “outie”.

Moreover, the height of the belly button varies among the people as well; some have high and others have low, which sometimes it makes the body and torso look disproportionate. Here’s the solution to getting the desired belly button: Debeso treatment (Belly button surgery).

Debeso treatment (Belly button surgery) can be performed on its own or an additional treatment to tummy tuck. Also, debeso treatment can be combined with liposuction to get the body contoured shapely as well.

What to expect?
The treatment is mostly performed on an outpatient basis with local anesthesia applied. Debeso treatment does not have a fixed duration as the time taken to would vary depending on the change requested. Unless hernia has to be repaired as part of the procedure, normally the overall treatment takes less than an hour to complete.

There are a variety of techniques available to perform the treatment, which depends on the surgeons’ preferences as well as the type of change required.

The typical procedure is to change an “outie” into an “innie”. Surgeons usually use internal sutures on the underside of the belly button to shape the desired contours. If the overall reduction of belly button is requested, the existing belly button will be removed, reshaped and sewn back on to get the desired size and proportion. In the case where scar tissue needs to be removed, the skin will be re-sutured after the removal for a better appearance. On the other hand, if repositioning is requested, the usual procedure is to remove a strip of skin from the inside at the abdomen part to allow the belly button to be repositioned.

Possible risks and complications
Some possible complications that may occur after belly button reshaping include:

・Pain – Mild pain may be felt and can be handled by painkillers.
・Bruising and swelling – These will be very light and subside within a few days.
・An irregular or a lopsided appearance – If your belly button appears irregular or lopsided, you may need further corrective surgery. Hence, looking for an experienced doctor is necessary.
・Scars – Excessive scar formation may occur even though the surgeons have undergone a safe cutting procedure; a corrective procedure afterwards can be done.

If you are interested to undergo Debeso treatment, click the link below:

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