The mommy makeover surgery is one of the most in-demand plastic surgery procedures around. After all, millions of babies are born every year, and that means millions of women become moms, too—and we all know the burden child-rearing can put on the body. It stretches the skin, causes you to gain and store fat, and makes your breasts sag and your tummy loose.

That’s where the mommy makeover surgery can come in and help. With a few strategically chosen surgical changes, moms everywhere can feel more like their previous selves and enjoy improved confidence and self-esteem.

Are you thinking of undergoing the mommy makeover surgery? Then take a minute to learn more about it. Here are some common FAQ:

  • What does the surgery include? Typical mommy makeovers include a breast lift, a breast augmentation, a tummy tuck and skin removal, or any combination thereof. The makeover aims to address any issues caused by childbearing.
  • Does it require multiple surgeries? While a mommy makeover will target different areas of your body, it does not require multiple surgeries. All surgical changes will be made at the same appointment, so you have one recovery and one hospital stay.
  • Should I wait until I’m done having kids? Though you could have a mommy makeover between children, you’re best served by waiting until all childbearing is done. Carrying another child could change the way your surgical results look and may require further surgery to correct.
  • Will a mommy makeover make me look fake? Absolutely not. The point of the mommy makeover is not to make real-life mothers look like Barbie dolls, but to instead restore their confidence and pre-baby bodies as much as possible. Mommy makeovers aim for a natural look, not a fake, pin-up one.

Are you thinking of having a mommy makeover surgery to get back your pre-baby body? Then schedule a consultation with Dr. Elizabeth Harris today. She can help.

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