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A mommy makeover is a popular term used for a personalized set of cosmetic procedures designed to restore the shape and appearance of a woman’s body after childbearing. The procedure can address the common effects of childbearing on the face, breasts, abdomen, waist, genitalia, and buttocks. Therefore, a mommy makeover can include any combination of cosmetic procedures that are considered necessary to help achieve the woman’s goal, but it mainly consists of liposuction, tummy tuck, breast lift, and breast augmentation.
A mommy makeover is recommended for women who want to regain their pre-pregnancy bodies. However, there are certain requirements that you need to meet to be able to undergo a mommy makeover; you must be healthy, fully recovered from childbirth, and finished with breastfeeding. It is best that you wait until you are finished having children before undergoing mommy makeover because the skin of your abdomen can stretch again after pregnancy. This can cause the result of your surgery to be undone.
The recovery period depends on the individual procedures involved and your general health. You should be able to return to some of your normal activities and work within 2-3 weeks. However, you will need to avoid strenuous activities, such as heavy lifting, for at least 8 weeks. The total recovery time until your body is fully recovered may take around 2 to 3 months.
A mommy makeover is a safe and effective procedure to restore a woman’s pre-pregnancy body. The results are mostly positive and complications are rare. Almost all women who had a mommy makeover are satisfied with the outcome. Note that for some types of surgical procedures, the final results may not be apparent for several months after surgery.
Although a mommy makeover is safe, it does carry some possible risks and complications. The possible risks may include bleeding, poor healing of incisions, infection, seroma, hematoma, inability to breastfeed, loss of nipple sensation, implant leak, anaplastic large cell lymphoma, capsular contracture, unfavorable scarring, fat necrosis, cardiac and pulmonary complications, deep vein thrombosis, asymmetry, contour deformity, persistent pain, fat embolization, and an adverse reaction to the anesthetic.
To reduce the risk of complications and to achieve the best results, you should always choose a board-certified surgeon. You also need to follow your surgeon’s instructions closely.