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Mommy Makeover

Pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding leave their mark on a woman’s body. Body tissues are heavily stressed, and cannot always recover on their own. Sagging breasts, fat deposits and sagging skin, stretch marks and C-section scars, as well as tissue damage to the vagina, can be the result. The Mommy Makeover – a combined treatment for “all-around renewal” of the body after one or more births can help mothers regain their desired figure.

What treatments are part of the Mommy Makeover?

A Mommy Makeover includes a range of aesthetic plastic surgery treatments. These include various breast surgeries (breast lift, breast augmentation), tightening surgeries (tummy tuck, mini tummy tuck), liposuction on various parts of the body, correction of scars (stretch marks, C-section scar), and intimate surgery procedures (vaginal tightening/vaginal rejuvenation, labiaplasty).

 

Not all of the above treatments are necessary for every woman. Often, two or three treatments are sufficient to achieve the desired result. The surgeon can decide which procedures should be performed after taking a detailed medical history and performing a physical examination of the patient. Together with the patient, a treatment plan is drawn up that includes both the desired procedures and the required timing of the treatment.

 

It is important to note that the desired Mommy Makeover procedures cannot be performed in a single surgery. The treatments are performed separately and should also be considered separately as stand-alone surgeries. It is important to allow enough time for the patient to recover between procedures. For this reason, a Mommy Makeover can span several months before all of the planned surgical procedures have been performed.

What should be considered after a Mommy Makeover?

Aftercare following a Mommy Makeover depends on the particular aftercare of the procedures performed. The patient should be aware of possible downtime and also accept any scars that may develop. However, good aftercare of the scars always influences the healing process in a positive way. In the best-case scenario, family planning is complete at the time of the Mommy Makeover; another pregnancy could affect the result of the treatment.