Umbilicus Reconstruction

The navel, clinically known as the umbilicus and colloquially known as the belly button is a protruding, flat, or hollowed area on the abdomen at the attachment site of the umbilical cord. Whilst of minimal functional importance, the umbilicus is a key aesthetic landmark of the anterior abdominal wall and its absence or distortion is a frequent cause for concern and patient complaint.
A badly shaped navel or belly button can be either from birth, or can result due to a trauma or faulty surgery. It can be:

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much time is required for an umbilicus reconstruction?

The procedure takes around an hour, depending upon the type of correction required and the extent of the complication of the respective patient.

Do I require to get admitted or is it an outpatient procedure?

It is an outpatient procedure wherein the patient can be immediately released.

What are the side effects of umbilicus treatment?

Bruising and swelling after belly button surgery is usually quite light and short-lived. Side effects, although rare, can include infection, a reaction to the anesthesia, blood or fluid collection underneath the skin, numbness and an irregular or a “lop-sided” appearance of the belly button.

How long do the results of an umbilicus treatment last?

In most of the cases, the reconstructed navel is usually permanent.

How much time does it take to recover from umbilicus treatment?

depending on the nature of your operation, you may be released from hospital after only a few hours. Umbilicoplasty or belly button surgery generally takes a week or so to heal but you can usually return to light activities the day after your operation.