Pregnancy and breastfeeding are beautiful experiences, but they can have detrimental effects on your body. Stretch marks, excess abdominal skin and loss of shape and volume in the breasts are common after pregnancy and breastfeeding are complete, leaving mothers uncomfortable with their bodies.
At Georgia Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, our Mommy Makeover procedures will turn back the clock and restore your smooth, tight skin. Contact us today at our Marietta and Atlanta locations to schedule a consultation.
What is a Mommy Makeover?
After their children are born, many mothers don’t have the time or energy to exercise properly. A Mommy Makeover focuses on the breasts, body and legs to tighten skin, reshape and volumize the breasts and treat spider veins.
Voted a Top Doctor for Mommy Makeovers by RealSelf.com, Dr. Stanley Okoro has also been featured on NBC 11Alive for his Mommy Makeover procedures. With the motto that “one size does not fit all,” our Mommy Makeovers are completely customized to fit your individual needs.
Motherhood can change breast shape and size in multiple ways. Breast enhancement, reduction, lift, and an enhancement combined with a lift can be performed to restore the breast’s natural fullness and perkiness, depending on the individual. Breasts that are two different sizes can also be corrected.
The appearance of stretch marks or a C-section scar can lead to self-consciousness. A tummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, can reduce the visibility of these while also tightening excess skin, removing extra fat and toning the underlying muscle structure. Even with diet and exercise, this area of the body can be difficult to tone.
Excess fat in the hip and thigh areas can be removed using liposuction, restoring the natural contours. Advances in this technique have made several treatment options available, which will be discussed during your consultation. Liposuction can also be used in the abdomen, waist, arms, neck and back. Those with excess skin in these areas may opt for thigh lift surgery to remove the excess skin.
Spider Veins in the Legs
Hormone increases during pregnancy can result in spider veins throughout the legs. Sclerotherapy, or vein therapy, is a simple in-office procedure to treat these. A solution will be injected directly into the veins, which will cause them to fade completely over time.
Am I a Good Candidate for a Mommy Makeover?
During your consultation, your health history will be evaluated and an examination will be performed to determine if a Mommy Makeover is right for you. Your cosmetic goals and expectations will be discussed as well as what treatment options are available to you. The risks and side effects of each procedure will also be made clear to you before treatment begins.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation and get your body back with a Mommy Makeover.
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