Having a baby is the greatest gift that any mother could experience. However, pregnancy can take quite a toll on your body, especially if you have had multiple pregnancies. No matter how committed you are to taking care of yourself through diet and exercise, you may have trouble spots that will not go away. From issues with your breasts, such as sagging or loss of volume to stores of fat that will not go away on your hips and abdomen, your body may not snap back to your pre-pregnancy shape. A customized, Mommy Makeover could be the solution for you.
How Can You Customize Your Mommy Makeover?
If you are considering a Mommy Makeover, you can customize it to meet your needs. Set up a consultation with Dr. Thomas Jeneby for an initial evaluation. Discuss your areas of concern. From that point, you can make a plan together about your course of treatment. Target your buttocks, love handles, the abdomen, the thighs, and the upper arms. Rejuvenate your breasts with a lift and more fullness through implants. Through a combination of liposuction and body sculpting, as well as breast implants, you can have the body that you want after childbirth. Get rid of stubborn fat and any drooping to restore your body or even improve its appearance prior to pregnancy.
Who is a Candidate for a Mommy Makeover?
A Mommy Makeover may work for you if you are in good health, at your ideal body weight, and do not plan to have any more children. A Mommy Makeover is not a weight loss solution. If you are planning to have more children, you should wait to have any procedures until you are done. Otherwise, your body can change again after each pregnancy.
Once you have had a Mommy Makeover, you need will be committed to leading a healthy lifestyle, which includes a balanced diet and regular exercise. You don’t want to see all of your results reversed. If you are a smoker or have underlying health conditions, you could experience complications. Be sure to provide your plastic surgeon with all pertinent information about your health history.
What to Expect during a Mommy Makeover
Depending on how involved your procedure is, you may need to have more than one session for your makeover. While some parts of your procedure, such as liposuction, can be performed on an outpatient basis, you may need an overnight stay for others. You can expect limits in physical activity after your procedure. You will also have to deal with healing time once the procedure is over. Swelling, bruising, and discomfort are common after the first few days of any type of Mommy Makeover.
At Plastic and Cosmetic Center of South Texas in San Antonio, our medical team will work with you to create a treatment plan tailored to your needs. We will review your aesthetic goals and recommend the safest and most effective procedures. Contact Plastic and Cosmetic Center of South Texas today to schedule your consultation.