For patients with a congenital umbilical protrusion or an acquired protrusion due to multiple pregnancy, umbilicoplasty should be conducted to attain obvious and long-lasting results. A 2–4-cm incision is made inferior and superior or right or left to the navel, and then, fats around the navel are removed to explore the abdominal muscle. The loose rectus abdominis muscles and sheathes are tightened and stitched by non-absorbable sutures, then the superficial skin of the navel is embedded into the deep fascia of the abdominal wall. In this way, the umbilicus is effectively depressed and shortened to sculpt a concave navel. This surgery is also frequently performed along with tummy tuck to restore the normal appearance of the navel.