About the Treatment
Our center employs highly qualified medical specialists of the first and highest qualification categories with work experience of at least 10 years.
From pregnancy to childbirth, women’s bodies go through a rollercoaster of changes that impact their appearance and self-esteem.
That being said, it’s not easy to jump back into the shape women had before, especially while balancing a baby on one arm and life on the other.
Herein comes the Mummy Makeover.
As beautiful as pregnancy is, it does affect the breasts, the tummy, and the waist area, hence why the makeover consists of 3 main surgeries that women can choose from depending on the area they want to enhance, while boosting their self-esteem.
Commonly known as a “boob job” surgery is usually performed to:
- Restore or increase breast volume
- Achieve breast size symmetry
- Enhance the shape of the breasts
Surgeons usually rely on breast implant or fat transfer depending on each specific case and on the desired outcome to be achieved. For more on this surgery click here
A breast lift procedure removes the excess skin and then tightens the surrounding skin tissue to reshape, support the new contour, and flaunt a more natural youthful shape.
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Abdominoplasty or Tummy Tuck
The “Tummy Tuck” also known as Abdominoplasty is a surgical procedure that flattens the abdomen by removing fat deposits and excess skin while tightening the abdomen’s muscles.
There are two types of “Tummy Tuck” surgeries, the first is the general one that removes a larger amount of fat while the mini or “partial” procedure removes excess skin deposits and fat in the lower abdomen or the “pooch”. For more on this surgery click here
Frequently Asked Questions
All you need to know about this treatment.
Before undergoing a tummy tuck or abdominoplasty, you can to take various factors into consideration, for example breast feeding and weight changes linked to pregnancy. We recommend you consult with your surgeon at an early stage to set a pre, during, and post-surgery plan to optimize your body goals.
Yes, they are. However, a consultation with your surgeon is highly recommended.
No, they should not interfere with the breast-feeding process.
This all depends on the procedures being used and the different bodies and how they react to recovery. This can be discussed when you consult your surgeon, however this is not an in-and-out procedure, you might have to spend 2 to 3 nights at the hospital and follow a certain maintenance protocol upon discharge.
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