Mommy-Makeover
Basic Informations
  • Anesthesia: general or topical
  • Recovery: some days

Having a child is one of the greatest gifts of life. For many mothers, however, trying to get the body they had before pregnancy is a rather difficult process. Pregnancy, breast-feeding and weight fluctuations have a direct impact mainly in the areas of bust and abdomen.

The physician will choose the appropriate combination of procedures to improve your appearance and give you your confidence back Mommy makeover includes a variety of processes aiming at improving the problem areas and is one of the most successful procedures in plastic surgery over the past 30 years. Mothers who have put their children above all and might have forgotten the pleasure of looking nice; Women who want to continue or start a profession or simply want to look beautiful again.

The reasons for choosing a mommy makeover vary and so are the combinations of treatments. Abdominoplasty is usually included in a mommy makeover. Pregnancy leaves its marks of the female body by dilating the abdominal wall and stretching the abdominal muscles. Making a small abdominal incision, the plastic surgeon can restore the muscles and remove all excess skin.

During pregnancy almost all mothers gain weight around the hips, thighs and upper body. After delivery, those fat deposits can be extremely difficult to disappear.

Liposuction is often combined with abdominoplasty to give great results. A breast surgery is often part of the mommy makeover. Many mothers choose to undergo breast lift or breast augmentation to restore the volume loss. These three treatments – abdominoplasty, liposuction and breast surgery – are the main procedures of mommy makeover.

Ideal candidates for Mommy Makeover are women who:

  • They already have or are close to ideal body weight, but still have excess abdominal skin and a loose abdominal wall.
  • They have breast ptosis

In consultation with the physician you can choose a combination of procedures specifically designed to satisfy your goals and expectations.