What is a ”Mommy Makeover”?

Whether you are a mother or not, most of us can relate to age and weight fluctuation being the culprits that cause hollow breast tissue, saggy and excess skin, stretch marks and those pesky pounds that seem near impossible to shed. A “Mommy Makeover” is essentially multiple procedures on areas that generally gain weight during pregnancy. So basically 2 or more areas being operated on with cosmetic surgical techniques at the same time, the mommy makeover is a combination of multiple surgeries, breast augmentation and tummy tuck being the most common, to make it less time consuming to target multiple areas. Thigh lift, liposuction, breast lift, breast reduction, bum lift, and brachioplasty are also among the surgeries that can be combined.

Why have a Mommy Makeover?

By having the Mommy Makeover Surgery not only are you able to tackle multiple personal issues, recovery time will also be easier if you have multiple procedures all at once rather than healing from one surgery then having another and recovering all over again. This results in an overall “less down time” factor which means less time off work and less time not spent with family and friends. Financially it also makes sense to have multiple surgeries because in the end it is less time spent in the surgical facility means less facility fees to be paid to the clinic. In a nut shell you are spending less of your time recovering and spending less money on the surgical procedures.

How does payment work if everyone’s mommy makeover is different?

Every patients surgery is different therefore every patients surgical fee will be different. It all depends on which surgeries you will be having and how much time is spent in the facility. This is how we individualize each patients quote to their individual needs.

Have more questions? Do not hesitate to call, email or come into The First Glance and we will be more than happy to assist you at that time.

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