We are constantly bombarded by images of celebrities looking inexplicably trim after having children. The “mommy makeover” has been in high demand. However, there are a lot of myths surrounding post-partum plastic surgery.

Everything you need to know about a mommy makeover

What a mommy makeover looks like

Contrary to popular belief a Mummy makeover nz cannot bring back patients to their pre-baby self within weeks or months of giving birth. It would be dangerous to attempt the above. It is important to remember that childbirth and pregnancy put a lot of stress on your body. Therefore, it would be risky to have surgery too soon. A reputable surgeon will ask you to wait six months after your child is born before performing any invasive plastic surgery. This will allow your abdominal tissue to heal completely before you undergo a tummy tuck.

How do celebrities get back in shape so quickly after giving birth? There are a variety of strategies they use. They work closely with nutritionists and personal trainers throughout pregnancy. They eat a healthy diet, and engage in safelight exercise to prevent weight gain. We recommend that you do the exact same. Many people view pregnancy as an opportunity for them to indulge in forbidden foods. This only makes things worse. You will need to lose more weight later if you gain more fat during pregnancy. Also, you will have more skin that needs to be removed (via Tummy tuck surgery). If you are able to avoid pregnancy weight gain, you may be able to get away with a mini-tummy tuck. Mini tummy tucks have a shorter recovery time and are less likely to cause scarring.

Second, celebrities know that breastfeeding can burn a lot of calories. Breastfeeding your baby instead of using formula can help you shed some extra weight that you gained during pregnancy. Celebrities often work closely with their trainers after giving birth. They receive guidance on how to slowly return to regular exercise without causing harm to their bodies.

However, there are some things diet and exercise alone can’t do. For example, it is not unusual for pregnancy hormones cause new fat deposits to form in the body that are not responding to traditional weight loss strategies. One woman may be able to return to her previous weight, only to find that she has a new muffin top or set of love handles. This issue can be addressed with a mommy makeover.

Additionally, pregnant women often experience loose skin and damage to the abdominal muscles. The tissue that connects the two lateral sections can become permanently ripped as the stomach expands in order to support a growing baby. Because there are no working muscles to compress tissues and organs, this causes the stomach to stick out, even if the woman is extremely thin. This condition is embarrassing and can cause a “sway back” which can be painful.

The only solution to damaged abdominal muscles is a tummy tuck. They will not function normally despite being strengthened by any amount of exercise. The patient will need a surgeon to repair the damaged tissue between her abdominal muscles to allow the area to heal properly.

To address issues in the breasts or vaginal area, a mommy makeover may be necessary. Breast sagging can occur after breastfeeding, especially if it is repeated more than once. The skin around the ribs can also become stretched or distorted from childbirth. These issues can be corrected by a mommy makeover.

What is involved in a mommy makeover?

A mommy makeover is a customized procedure that you can have during your consultation. Some women only require a few of the procedures required for a mommy makeover. Talking to a board certified plastic surgeon is the best way to find out how many procedures are required. The following list will give you an idea about what is available.

Breastlift and (optionally augmentation are both required for most women after giving birth, particularly those in their 30s and 40s. A woman may increase her cup size several times, then drop again after giving birth. Many women end up with flatter, saggier breasts after breastfeeding because the skin has to stretch to hold all that milk. This can lead to surgical lifting. Women may notice a reduction in breast size after breastfeeding, which makes combined lift and augmentation more appealing.

A breast lift is almost guaranteed if your nipples are pointing “south” instead of “north”. If your breasts appear smaller than usual, or if they don’t, then you might only need your breasts augmented. The breast pocket can be refilled with gel or saline to restore volume lost from milk production.

Liposuction : This is a procedure that removes stubborn fat using a minimally-invasive tube instrument. Liposuction may be necessary if you have large love handles. You can also use liposuction to get rid of fat deposits elsewhere on the body. Liposuction can be used to remove excess fat around the hips and thighs.

Tummy Tuck – A tummy tuck surgeon will make a long incision at your bikini line. This allows the surgeon to pull down and tighten your skin. If upper abdominal tightening is required, another incision may be made at your belly button. In either case your loose skin and any muscle damage will be removed. If you have stress urinary incontinence, your surgeon may also place a small amount of tissue around your bladder. This will regulate your urine flow.

Labiaplasty Sometimes, a woman’s labia Minora (the delicate, hairless inner labia skin) can stretch significantly during childbirth. The labia minora can protrude past the protective labia majora, which can lead to flaps. This can be embarrassing for many women and often makes it uncomfortable. The sensitive labia minora can chafe, which makes it difficult for women to exercise or engage sexually. This problem can be corrected with a labiaplasty. A labiaplasty is a procedure where a surgeon removes the excess skin from the labia minora and stitches it closed. After the woman heals, her labia minora will be fully functional again and comfortable protected.

Before you book a consultation, here are some things to consider

You will need to wait six months after you give birth to have a mommy makeover.

You will need to be healthy overall. Mommy makeovers can involve multiple invasive surgeries so it is important to be healthy before you have one. Your doctor will recommend that you quit smoking for at least three weeks before your surgery. Surgery can be risky even for those with common conditions, such as type 2 diabetes or pregnancy complications. It is important to manage any existing conditions. Talk to your doctor to find out if any medication you take might impact your ability to have surgery.

A mommy makeover will not result in weight loss. Although some fat may be removed during a mommy makeover you must have lost most of your baby weight before booking a consultation. This is essential for optimal skin resection. It is important to not exceed 25 pounds of your target weight before having surgery.

You should have children by now. Because each pregnancy after your mommy makeover will stretch your breasts and abdomen again, as well as possibly tearing your abdominal muscles, this can undo the results of your surgeries. You can have additional revision surgeries but it will cost you more and cause you to be inconvenienced multiple times. There is a greater risk of scarring or other complications with revision surgeries.

What to expect during mommy makeover recovery

You should be aware that a mommy makeover will take a long time. The recovery time for tummy tuck surgery is particularly long. You can expect to spend between two and three months recovering from this procedure. Although you won’t be able to lift more then 25 pounds during this time, it is best to spend as much of the recovery period in bed. You will need to hire around-the-clock help if you have children. We recommend a mini-tummy tuck whenever possible. It usually takes two to four weeks for healing.

You will need someone to assist you with daily tasks during your initial weeks of recovery. You should be able manage your pain while you rest, but moving around can put pressure on your incisions and cause pain flare-ups. It is a comfort to have someone to help you go to the toilet or make your meals. Before you go to surgery, make sure you have a designated area for rest. You should have everything you need such as food, water, and medications within reach of your bed. Make sure you have enough pillows, including a full-body pillow, to ensure your body is supported as you sleep. After surgery, you may need to elevate your head and feet.

It is important to remember that your results may not be immediately apparent. Your breasts and abdomen will swell for the first three to six week of your recovery. It’s normal for your body to experience an inflammatory response that aids in healing. Although your stomach and breasts will appear larger than you expected, this is temporary.


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