Summer is almost here and we all want to look our best on the beach. But for some women, losing that last one or two inches from their middle, is just about impossible. Now a new surgical tool promises a tummy tuck with less scarring, and less downtime. It's called a Plasma Blade and it replaces scalpels and lasers. Dr. Scott Miller visited the Fox Five Studios to give us a look at the high-tech tool, and to tell us how he uses it for a procedure called a "Tiny Tummy Tuck". Dr. Miller says the procedure leaves only a small scar, expecially for women who have undergone a C-section. You can find more information about the Tiny Tummy Tuck on Dr. Miller's website. http://www.millercosmeticsurgery.com
Tiny Tummy Tuck, less scars, less downtime
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