The growing concern for morbid obesity, both socially and health wise, has led to increasing interventions with the so-called obesity surgery or Post-bariatric plastic and aesthetic surgery.

After a significant weight loss, are left morphological consequences (sagging skin, skirts, sagging) sometimes accompanied by psychological consequences. These situations require a global view of the body that combines anatomical correction with body harmony and where plastic surgery is integrated into a comprehensive approach to medical and surgical treatment of obesity.

These patients must have completed one year after surgery with a weight loss greater than 75% pre-set, to be clinically stable and properly accompanied by psychologists and nutritionists.