Mommy Makeover and You

Yes, you love your children. But you may not love what has happened to your body after giving birth to those little darlings. Many women notice changes in the breasts, abdomen, wait, genitalia and buttocks post-pregnancy. And more and more are choosing a Mommy Makeover to freshen their bodies up after giving birth.

A Mommy Makeover is usually performed as a single stage procedure. However, many techniques are used to perform a Mommy Makeover. If you’re considering one, you’ll need to tell your plastic surgeon which areas you want addressed and which procedures you’re interested in. These can include breast augmentation, breast lift, buttock augmentation, Liposuction, Tummy Tuck and vaginal rejuvenation.

As a rule, a Mommy Makeover is an inpatient procedure and usually takes 4-8 hours. The recovery time is only 2-3 weeks. However, you need to let your body heal after giving birth for at least six months before you should have a Mommy Makeover. You also can’t breastfeed so your plastic surgeon will understand the true size and nature of your breasts. If you’re planning on having more children, your Mommy Makeover should wait.

One of the most important decisions about your Mommy Makeover is choosing the right surgeon. A Board Certified Plastic Surgeon is always best, because plastic surgery is a highly complex specialty. You want a surgeon with the skills, training, expertise and experience to safely and skillfully perform these procedures.

Dr. David Steckler at the Mississippi Center For Plastic Surgery is one of the few Board Certified plastic surgeons in Jackson, Mississippi. He and his team have been helping patients look and feel younger and achieve their goals through plastic surgery techniques for more than 16 years. During your consultation, you’ll learn all about your options, view Before and After photos and also receive referrals, so you can make your decision with confidence. Contact the office for your consultation today.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.