St. Louis Cosmetic Surgery offers a fully customizable procedure that we call the Mommy Makeover. After having children, women’s bodies go through many changes. Let our board-certified surgeons address those changes with a combination of procedures personalized to your figure. Women face changes in their breast appearance, abdominal appearance, and vaginal appearance throughout the pregnancy months. Read below to find out your fully customizable options.
BENEFITS OF A MOMMY MAKEOVER
During your consultation with one of our four surgeons, you will discuss your procedure goals and options. After that, your surgeon will recommend a procedure plan that aligns with your goals and fits your specific case needs. Finally, if you are ready to schedule your consultation, click the button below.
Before, after, and during pregnancy and childbirth many changes appear in the breast. As a result, your breasts may gain and then lose volume which could cause sagging. During your consultation, your surgeon will be able to examine the changes in your breasts and recommend either a breast lift, breast reduction, breast augmentation, or a combination of the procedures.
Muscle damage and skin laxity come with pregnancy as the abdominal muscles begin to stretch to make room for your baby. The excess skin and weight may transfer to your hips, thighs, abdomen, and even buttocks. Our board-certified surgeons are able to repair the weakened abdominal muscles and remove the excess skin that you may have with the tummy tuck procedure.
Liposuction can be performed on the areas that hold pockets of fat that are diet and exercise-resistant. Liposuction is usually performed in conjunction with any of the other procedures.
The Labiaplasty procedure restores sensitivity to the vaginal areas and can correct the aesthetic appearance to this delicate area that could have been changed due to childbirth.
MOMMY MAKEOVER RECOVERY
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Since the Mommy makeover is a customized plan, there is not a set price. However, you do see savings when having multiple procedures performed together.
Most patients will need to take 2-3 weeks off of work for recovery.