3 Components of a Mommy Makeover

Have you heard of a mommy makeover? This customized, combinational procedure can be different for each patient, but the most typical mommy makeover incorporates the following 3 distinct elements into a single procedure:

  • Tummy tuck: In Houston, tummy tuck surgery remains one of the most popular and effective options for permanent body contouring. This procedure, also called abdominoplasty, removes excess skin, tightens the abdominal muscles, and reduces abdominal fat deposits to create a smooth, toned midriff that patients can’t wait to show off.
  • Breast enhancement: Breast lift and breast augmentation procedures are both very popular as part of a mommy makeover. A breast lift can restore a perky position to breasts that have started to sag after pregnancy and breastfeeding, and augmentation can replace any lost volume. Many patients elect to have a combination lift and augmentation.
  • Liposuction: Excess weight gained during pregnancy can be difficult to shed, especially for busy mothers. Liposuction can enhance a mommy makeover by removing fat deposits from around the body, in areas such as the thighs, knees, hips, arms, and neck, as well as the midsection. For many women, liposuction can be the finishing touch that makes the results of a mommy makeover cohesive, natural-looking, and completely stunning.

These are the most common mommy makeover options, but they may not be right for you. Choose a board-certified plastic surgeon with whom you can communicate openly and easily. Such a physician will have the experience to recommend a combination of procedures that serve each of your goals.

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