About The Mommy Makeovers
Pregnancy can do a number on your body, causing permanent damage that is immune to exercise and diet. For many women, especially young mothers who are not ready to sacrifice their twenty-something bodies just yet, the only solution is to undergo invasive cosmetic surgery. The postpartum Mommy Makeover plastic surgery trifecta includes a tummy tuck, breast lift plus augmentation and liposuction.
Breast Lift plus Augmentation
A breast lift is necessary to re-tighten post-pregnancy breasts after feeding causes breasts to become saggy and misshapen, resembling empty envelopes. Additionally, shrinkage due to feeding can be remedied by breast augmentation surgery (a lift, coupled with implants), the most popular postpartum surgery.
Expert cosmetic surgeons recommend waiting 3-6 months after weaning to undergo the procedure and the majority of women are still able to breastfeed in the future.
Next on the schedule, since dieting and working out are powerless against loose skin and a sagging stomach, is liposuction. Liposuction resculpts and contours the body, whether it for a postpartum flabby stomach and back area, or stubborn flappy thighs and arms.
Tummy Tuck for Loose Skin on the Abdomen
Finally, a tummy tuck, also known as an abdominoplasty, restores weakened stomach muscles and removes stretch mark scars. Excess skin is an unsightly side effect to any situation is which a great amount of weight is gained and then quickly lost, obviously the case when giving birth. A traditional tummy tuck tightens ab muscles, excess skin is removed, and a new belly button is created.
An additional elective postpartum procedure is cosmetic vaginaplasty, which repairs torn or over distended labia (minora and majora) that can understandably be damaged during delivery.
Wait a minimum of 3-6 months after giving birth to perform any invasive procedures so that a.) You have time to return to your closest ideal weight (recommended for liposuction or abdominoplasty) and b.) To allow yourself to recover from pregnancy before adding more stress to the body. Then, find a cosmetic surgeon you like, trust and you’ll quickly be on your way to a happy, healthy and hot mama lifestyle.