Any opinions on the best type of surgery for my body type? (photos)
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A tummy tuck, with liposuction of the love handles, with or without fat transfer can reshape the curves in the abdomen and mid section. Then consider a breast lift and making the breast equal in size and more perky.
Samir Shureih MD. FACS
Ultimate Mommy Makeover(TM)
Gary Horndeski, M.D.
I would suggest a tummy tuck with abdominal muscle repair and liposuction of the waist, upper and lower back with fat grafting in to buttocks. In a second stage surgery, an anchor incision breast lift with arms liposuction.
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I really want to wear a bikini. I'm 26 years old 5'0 and 195pounds. Yes I'm very over weight for my height. My dream is to final
Any opinions on the best type of surgery for my body type?
Need to lose weight before you consider body contouring surgery
You want a better body but you are 5'0 and 195lb: What to do?
First: You want to think improvement not magic. You want a plan that will address your frustration, but will be safe and not take you away from your children for a long recovery. I cannot stress enough SAFETY. At your BMI, you are at high risk for a big or long surgical procedure. The procedures offered below are all good anatomical solutions, but you do not want risk.
I have many patients who are similar and I have helped them with liposuction, some under local anesthesia. One woman, under local anesthesia reduced 5" in her tummy. Everyone is different and to give you a plan, I would need to examine you. You may need more than one "stage" but ultimately what is most important is that a plan is safe and addresses your frustration.
First Tummy Tuck Plus Lipo and Brazilian Butt Lift , in a second time Breast Lift.
Your body reconstruction have to be divided in 2 surgical times :
1rst. Tummy Tuck Plus Lipo and Fat Transfer to Buttocks; and
2nd. Breast Lift with or without implants.
After the tummy tuck your looks will improve, and you may wait for your 2nd. surgery and look great using a good bra.
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