1. Timing of Mommy Makeover
The best time to do you mommy makeover is when you have completed your family. It can be done as early as 4 to 6 months after breast feeding or several years after.
2. Decide What You Want To Get
Mommy makeover usually involve multiple procedures to the breast and body. That does not mean you have to do all procedures in one surgery. Many patients will elect to have everything done in one surgery provided that is medically safe for the patient. Others will prefer to space the procedures.
3. Choose The Right Mommy Makeover Surgeon
The best way to find a surgeon is to visit the American Society of plastic surgery website and see a list of plastic surgeons in your area. The other way is to take advice from your primary care physician or a family member or a friend. Checking the surgeons credentials prior to consultation is very important.
4. Time To Recover From Mommy Makeover Surgery
Mommy Makovers usually include surgery to the breast and body, and recovery is longer than a simple breast augmentation or liposuction. The more procedures you elect to have done at the same time, the longer your downtime and recovery will take. Returning to work after a Mommy Makeover will also depend on the nature of your work. Dr. Jaibaji will advise you on any work-related questions.
5. Can You Have Kids After A Mommy Makeover Surgery?
Yes. Women can get pregnant and have normal pregnancy and delivery after mommy makeover. That, however, could affect the results of your surgery. It is generally recommended that you have your Mommy Makeover after you have completed your family.
An actual Mommy Makeover patient, pictured above, of Dr. Jaibaji. Dr. Moneer Jaibaji, MD, an expert Mommy Makeover surgeon, is a double-board certified plastic surgeon.