What’s a Mommy Makeover?
A Mommy Makeover is any combination of Cosmetic Plastic Surgery procedures that restore what pregnancy takes away: perky breasts and a flat belly. Pregnancy can be hard on the breasts and the belly, so the most common combination for a Mommy Makeover is Breast Augmentation with a Tummy Tuck. This combination of procedures is also useful after massive weight loss, which also often leaves women and men with deflated sagging breasts and a loose stretched-out tummy.
Other Mommy Makeover Combinations – Upper Half
Breast Implants are not always necessary for a Mommy Makeover. If your breasts are a good size, but have dropped, a Breast Lift may be enough to restore your Breast Aesthetics and Body Confidence. There are many options for your Breast Lift, or Mastopexy. If the breasts have dropped and volume is missing, a combination of Breast Lift and Breast Augmentation (Augmentation Mastopexy) is utilized.
Other Mommy Makeover Combinations – Lower Half
The Tummy Tuck repairs skin laxity, lower abdominal disproportionate fat, and it is the only procedure that effectively tightens the abdominal muscles. For the belly above, muscle laxity is the primary problem, so only a Full Tummy Tuck can provide the optimal result. It works like an internal corset to flatten the tummy.
Sometimes, a smaller procedure is enough. If you only have disproportionate fat, and have maintained good skin and muscle tone, Liposuction may be a better option with a shorter recovery and lower cost. If your muscle and skin laxity is confined to the area below the belly button, a Mini Tummy Tuck (Mini Abdominoplasty) may be enough to achieve the desired look.
Schedule Your Mommy Makeover Consultation
Mommy Makeovers are as unique as mommies, so the best way to learn your options is during a personalized consultation appointment with a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. To schedule a private consultation appointment in our San Francisco Bay Area Plastic Surgery office call (925) 943-6353, or ask a question via the contact form in the left margin of the San Francisco Plastic Surgery Blog.Previous Post Next Post