Mummy makeover is a terminology used to express body contouring procedures, after pregnancy and having children. These procedures will reshape your tummy and breast, which are most commonly affected.

Mummy makeover procedures after pregnancy is considered to improve your self-esteem and have an impact in your social personal relationships. It will also have an influence on your work and professional life.

Mummy makeover procedures may include:

  • Breast Lift or and Breast Augmentation
  • Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)
  • Liposuction or Lipectomy
  • Botox and Fillers

– All above procedures are individually and fully described in our website.

 

BMC-London plastic surgeons will be happy to help you to regain, refine and reshape your body also to enjoy more refreshed, young and youthful look.

Things to Remember

The results of Mummy Makeover are long lasting, especially if the patient follows a healthy lifestyle. It is best that you opt for the procedure once you have completed your family, as pregnancy can cause the abdomen to sag again.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who Is a candidate for a Mommy Makeover?

Ideal candidates for mommy makeover surgery are women whose breast and abdomen are changed as a result of pregnancy and childbirth, and desire restorative surgery to bring their body back to its pre-pregnancy state.

How long does the procedure take?

Depending on the operative plan created for you, the procedure can take between 3 to 6 hours to complete.

What are the risks of Mommy Makeover surgery?

The risks are similar to most major operations. They include wound healing, bleeding, infection, and seroma (fluid collection) formation.

Will I have scars?
  • Yes, it is not possible to perform these operations without making incisions and leaving scars.
  • With careful operative technique and attention to scar management post-operatively, it is our goal to have the finest, smallest scar as possible.
What is the recovery period?
  • Depending on the types of surgeries chosen and whether the breast, abdomen, or both are addressed, recovery times will vary. Recovery can range from one to four weeks in most cases.
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