The birth of a child is a beautiful thing, but it can leave your body looking and feeling foreign. At Kelamis Plastic Surgery, we offer a mommy makeover procedure to help women transform the areas of their bodies that have been changed as a result of pregnancy. A mommy makeover consists of a combination of several cosmetic procedures and treatments, including a tummy tuck, breast lift, and liposuction. We typically focus on the breasts, abdomen, and hips when performing a mommy makeover in order to achieve the most dramatic improvement.
Mommy Makeover Procedures
At Kelamis Plastic Surgery, our mommy makeover procedures typically consist of a combination of a tummy tuck and a breast lift or implant breast augmentation. The combination of these procedures allows us to address any loose or sagging skin and excess fat that has occurred as a result of pregnancy and lift and add enhancement to the breasts for a fuller and uplifted chest. Our mommy makeover procedures can help you restore both your pre-pregnancy body and your confidence in your body.
Tummy Tuck & Breast Lift
This combination of cosmetic surgical procedures focuses on reducing and removing any loose skin and stubborn deposits of fat in the abdominal area and lifting the breasts to restore lost volume and create a perkier appearance. During this surgical procedure, excess skin, fat, and tissue will be removed, and if necessary, muscles will be tightened, to create a tighter, more contoured, youthful appearance. Recovery time from a mommy makeover procedure can vary from patient to patient depending on the amount of correction required and the length of the procedure. Individual results may vary.
Tummy Tuck & Implant Breast Augmentation
Combining a tummy tuck with an implant breast augmentation reduces excess and loose skin, removes skin imperfections (such as stretch marks), and adds fullness and volume to the breasts. The length of this surgical procedure may vary from patient to patient, depending on the amount of correction required and the patient’s desired results. We typically recommend patients plan for a lengthy recovery period and gradually return to their normal activities.