Changes, post-pregnancy are natural, and expected. This includes changes to the breast, abdomen, waist, genitalia and buttocks. These changes can range anywhere between subtle to dramatic. Some women are confortable with their bodies post childbirth, however some are not. Keeping in mind this requirement, a mommy makeover consisting of packaged services across the entire body can bring about a welcome change.Feel free to visit their website at mommy makeover near me for more details.
What is a mommy makeover?
It is a combination of procedures on different parts of the body in order to restore the shape and appearance post childbirth. A typical mommy makeover includes:
Breast augmentation
Breast lift
Tummy tuck
Buttock augmentation
Vaginal rejuvenation
Each of these procedures can be customised to the needs and suitability of the patients.
The idea behind Mommy Makeover?
Multiple areas of the femal body are affected by ageing and the childbearing process. These can be treated together in the same surgical sitting. This can provide with multiple benefits:
Lower costs as you are saving on OR time and anesthesia costs
Lesser recovery time as you are recovering from the different procedures together
Better body image from a dramatic change in your appearance.
At our clinic, we explain the procedure to our patients in detail and discuss your objectives and goals and formulate an appropriate treatment plan.
Post procedure recovery
Post procedure recovery can take anywhere from 2-4 weeks depending on the number of procedures the patient undergoes.
Gauze/Bandages is applied to the incisions.
An elastic bandage or support bra to minimize swelling and support the breasts.
A compression garment may also be used to control swelling in the abdomen, waist and buttocks.
Over time, the implants settle and the scar lines improve, providing you with the desired look. Although the scar lines never disappear completely, this seems to be a minor trade-off compared to the confidence and improvement in the patients lifestyle, which bring us to the most important question before the procedure that patients need to ask themselves.