What Can a Mommy Makeover Address?

Have you tried diet and exercise, but you’re still struggling to undo the unwanted changes to your body caused by pregnancy?   A mommy makeover can reverse the lingering side-effects of pregnancy, and help you regain your confidence.  But what concerns can a mommy makeover address? 

What Can A Mommy Makeover Address?

A mommy makeover can address a variety of post-pregnancy concerns, including:

  • Sagging breasts
  • Loss of volume in the breasts
  • Loose skin and excess fat in the tummy area
  • Weak or separated abdominal muscles
  • Stubborn pockets of fat on areas such as the arms, inner thighs, and hips 

What Does A Mommy Makeover Consist Of?

A mommy makeover is a combination of cosmetic surgery procedures that target the areas of the body affected by pregnancy.  

A mommy makeover typically consists of:

  • Breast Augmentation (augmentation mammoplasty): Increases the size of the breast with the use of silicone or saline implants.  It also improves symmetry between the breasts and restores youthful contours.
  • Breast Lift (mastopexy): Elevates the breasts to a more youthful position by removing excess skin and repositioning the nipples.
  • Tummy Tuck (abdominoplasty): Removes excess skin and fat from the abdominal region, and tightens the underlying muscles to create a flatter tummy.
  • Liposuction: Gets rid of stubborn pockets of fat that don’t respond to diet and exercise.  

Are You A Good Candidate For A Mommy Makeover?

If you would like to restore your pre-pregnancy body and improve your overall appearance, you may be a good candidate for a mommy makeover.   Ideal candidates should also be in good general health and at or near their target weight. 

A mommy makeover is customized to fit the specific needs and concerns of each patient.  

If you would like to rejuvenate your body after pregnancy and childbirth, a mommy makeover can help you reclaim your pre-baby body. 

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