It’s Never Too Late for a Mommy Makeover

Mommy Makeovers help women reverse many pregnancy-related changes to their bodies. The procedure can restore the body to its more youthful, pre-pregnancy appearance. Although the Mommy Makeover is very popular with recent mothers, moms of any age can benefit from these popular treatments.

Whether your kids are headed off to preschool or headed off to college, a Mommy Makeover may be just the boost you need. It often combines a tummy tuck and liposuction with a breast lift or breast augmentation on Long Island. Moms find it can help restore their physical appearance so it once again matches their vibrant attitude toward life.

These are the most common components of a Mommy Makeover:

  • Breast Enhancement: Either a breast lift or breast augmentation to enhance the shape and size of a woman’s breasts. Some patients have both procedures to take advantage of the added benefits.
  • Tummy Tuck: This is a great way to remove excess skin, tissue and fat from the abdomen, and it can even help remove stretch marks.
  • Liposuction: Women use this to remove small pockets of fat around the body that don’t respond to diet and exercise. Liposuction is often an excellent complement to the other procedures.

It’s exciting to see how women are combining procedures to reach their cosmetic goals on Long Island. Breast augmentation and other popular procedures can help a woman look and feel great at any age.

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