Adjusting to your post-pregnancy body can be difficult—especially if you’ve delivered via C-section. In addition to the sagging skin, noticeable scarring and hard-to-lose fatty areas that traditional pregnancies leave behind, you’re also left with numerous bulges around your C-section incision—bulges that won’t go away with standard diet and exercise alone.

Fortunately, our liposuction in San Antonio can help.

Consider Liposuction for Your C-Section Bulges

At the Center for Cosmetic Surgery, we offer customized liposuction and cosmetic services for moms just like you. We can remove fatty bulges and pouches from around your C-section site; tighten up loose, sagging skin; and even help reduce scarring on some patients.

After all is said and done, you will:

  • Look great—We’ll customize our liposuction and cosmetic procedures exactly to your needs, and we’ll help you get back that pre-pregnancy shape you’ve been missing.
  • Feel confident—The effect pregnancy has on your body can leave you feeling anything but attractive; you’re tired, you don’t fit into your favorite clothes, and you just don’t feel like your former self anymore. We can help. Undergo our liposuction in San Antonio, and you’ll feel confident and beautiful in your own skin once again.
  • Fit into your old wardrobe—Now that you’ve had a baby, you probably don’t have the time or energy to go shopping for a whole new wardrobe, too. With liposuction and other cosmetic surgeries, you can get back to your pre-pregnancy size and weight and ensure all your favorite clothes still fit like a glove—no shopping necessary.

If you’ve delivered via C-section and are tired of the bulges and unsightly scarring left behind, then it may be time to consider liposuctionSan Antonio surgeon Dr. Elizabeth Harris has helped thousands of moms all over the city feel great, look refreshed and healthy, and get their pre-pregnancy shapes back in no time, and she can help you, too. Contact the Center for Cosmetic Surgery today for a free consultation or to learn more.

Dr. Elizabeth Harris is retiring, she will no longer be doing surgeries, but she will be available for existing patients until January 31st, 2023.DIRECTIONS