Top ‘Mommy Makeover’ Combos

After pregnancy, women often struggle to overcome changes in their bodies brought on by child bearing. Weight gain and breastfeeding can leave behind sagging fat, stretch marks and flabby skin. A Mommy Makeover can help mothers regain their trim figures. When I perform a Mommy Makeover, it is most often a combination of breast augmentation and a tummy tuck in Dallas.
However, there are many other Mommy Makeover combinations, such as:

  • Breast Lift and Tummy Tuck: After pregnancy and breastfeeding, a woman”s breasts can appear deflated and sag. A breast lift removes stretched skin and tightens the surrounding tissue to restore a firmer, perkier shape. A tummy tuck eliminates sagging skin and tightens abdominal muscles.
  • Tummy Tuck and Breast Reduction: Along with stretching in the abdominal area, some mothers experience lasting weight-gain in the breasts after pregnancy, making these areas appear out of proportion with the rest of their figure. Enlarged breasts can also cause posture problems. When combined with a tummy tuck, a breast reduction can reduce unwanted bulk.
  • Flank Liposuction: To further enhance the waistline after pregnancy, moms may consider adding flank liposuction to their Mommy Makeover combo. This removes unwanted fat from the sides of the lower torso to help achieve a slim, well-contoured body.

Women interested in a Mommy Makeover should contact a board-certified plastic surgeon to discuss the best options for them.

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