A “mommy makeover” typically includes several procedures, such as a tummy tuck, a breast-lift with or without implants, and liposuctio
Reshaping the Body
Pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and other factors all contribute to changes that happen to a woman’s body after having children. When exercise and diet programs are not enough to achieve the results patients want, they might want to consider a “mommy makeover” – which is a combination of procedures – to reshape their body
About a Mommy Makeover
Below are a few of the most typical procedures that women have as part of a mommy makeove
- Body contouring: Can include an abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) to remove excess skin or fat for a flatter tummy, liposuction, and nonsurgical options to shape the body and eliminate fatty areas
- Breast surgery: Breast-lift or breast reduction to change the shape and/or size of the breasts
- Facial rejuvenation: Fillers and injectables, Botox, and nonsurgical options such as Ultherapy to decrease fine lines or wrinkles on the face, or lasers or chemical peels to remove dark spots on the skin
- Additional skin care treatments and services: Treatments for varicose veins on the legs, laser hair removal, permanent makeup (or cosmetic tattooing), skin care consultation for the ongoing care of the face, and services such as facials provided by licensed professionals including our aestheticians
Mommy Makeover: What to Expect
During an initial consultation, we talk with patients about their overall health and expectations, and discuss what options and procedures might work best. Mommy makeovers can be done on patients as young as their 20s. Recovery time will vary, depending on the surgical procedures involved.
For long-term results, it’s important to maintain a healthy weight. We can recommend a diet and exercise plan to help patients maintain the long-term impact of a mommy makeover.