Posted on December 22, 2017
Updated August 2018
Mommy makeovers are customizable plastic surgery procedures that usually combine body contouring like a tummy tuck and liposuction with a breast procedure like a lift and/or implants. Even though these are aimed at helping you get that pre-baby body back, it’ll be worth it in the long run to hit the gym before your mommy makeover, and here’s why.
You’ll Lower Your Risk of Complications
With any surgical procedure, there is always going to be some risk of complications during surgery. However, you can work to greatly reduce that risk by following a few guidelines:
1. Choose a board-certified plastic surgeon with lots of experience performing mommy makeovers. Posted on November 24, 2017
Many women who are thinking about getting plastic surgery after pregnancy might have a difficult time deciding which procedure would best suit their needs. In this case, a mommy makeover, which combines multiple plastic surgeries into one, can be beneficial. These three plastic surgeries are some of the most common to be included in a mommy makeover.
1. Tummy Tuck
The tummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, is included in almost all mommy makeovers because this procedure can address the appearance of loose or sagging skin and muscle tissue in the abdominal area. Your plastic surgeon may recommend a drain-free tummy tuck, which can have many advantages over traditional abdominoplasty, Posted on October 27, 2017
Two of the most important decisions you’ll make regarding your plastic surgery procedure are when and where to schedule your body contouring. While the answers to these questions will depend on your individual situation, there are a few common mistakes during the planning process that can interfere with the quality of your overall experience and your final outcome.
The Best Season for Body Contouring Procedures Could Be This Fall
There’s no right or wrong time to schedule your plastic surgery. That said, however, there are many advantages to planning body contouring for the fall and winter months rather than the spring or summer.