Posted on 03 May 2017
A “MOMMY MAKEOVER” IS A COMBINATION OF PROCEDURES DESIGNED TO MEET THE NEEDS AND GOALS OF THE PATIENTS. AS A CUSTOMIZED SURGERY, THIS MOMMY MAKEOVER SURGERY IS QUICKLY BECOMING VERY POPULAR COMBINING A VARIETY OF PROCEDURES TO HELP GET THE DESIRED RESULTS.
Following pregnancy, many women feel as if their chest appear smaller or less full. Whether one breastfed or not, sometimes just the average weight gain/loss associated with pregnancy can do this to breasts. Breast augmentation is often one of the most popular procedures performed during a mommy makeover, and it may or may not include a breast lift.
Tummy Tuck surgery, also known as abdominoplasty, is another procedure often performed during a mommy makeover. Stretched out muscles and stretch marks continue to make tummy tucks a viable option for new moms to help restore a flatter tummy.
Love handles, sagging arms and fat deposits under the armpits are natural places to have liposuction – especially when a part of a mommy makeover. Liposuction uses a suction device to make tiny holes to break up and remove fatty tissue from stubborn areas.
During a Breast Reduction, fat, tissue and skin are removed, and the breasts are then reshaped – which also closely resembles as a breast lift for many women. This procedure can sometimes be a part of a mommy makeover. Many women turn to breast reduction because after weight gain due to the pregnancy, combined with sagginess; it has left their breasts heavier, many times causing neck and back pain.
It is important to discuss with a board certified plastic surgeon all your goals and expectations during your consultation to ensure you will get the results you are hoping for. Contact Dr. Keith Neaman today to inquire about a mommy makeover consultation today – 844-338-5445.
Dr. Keith Neaman
Dr. Neaman is a board-certified plastic surgeon that specializes in surgical body contouring. He prides himself on being on the cutting edge of plastic surgery. He takes an informative approach to each consultation, and through open dialogue and communication, he helps his patients decide on a treatment plan that meets their needs.