Who Should Consider A Mommy Makeover?
Who Should Consider A Mommy Makeover
Women wanting to restore their body closer to their pre-pregnancy appearance
Most plastic surgeons recommend letting the body heal for at least six months after delivery before surgery. You’ll also need to have stopped breast-feeding so your doctor can get an idea of the true size and position of your breasts. If you are done having children, it is safe to go ahead with a Mommy Makeover.
Who Should Not Consider A Mommy Makever
If you are planning on having additional children, you may want to wait to have your Mommy Makeover until you are done with all of your pregnancies. Pregnancy following tummy tuck surgery is possible and is not dangerous, but if you plan on future pregnancies, you should wait to have a full tummy tuck with muscle repair until you are done having children, since pregnancy will stretch out the skin and abdominal muscles again, usually undoing the repairs that were achieved with the abdominoplasty
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