Full Mommy makeover, BBL, TT & BA. Is this too much stress on the body with these surgery after a sleeve?
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Mommy Makeover Combined Procedures
The mommy makeover is a combination of procedures to bring a woman’s body back to the way she looked prior to pregnancy. Most commonly some variation of a #TummyTuck and #BreastSurgery are performed. Additional procedures can include liposuction, umbilical hernia repair. The most common #breastprocedures include #mastopexy or #breastlift, #breastaugmentation, #breastreduction.
Now, it is usually best to reach your ideal weight before the actual procedure. When patients have experienced extreme weight loss due to diet and exercise, #gastricbypass surgery, or #stomachstapling or #lapband surgery, there will be excess body skin that needs removal. In order to correct this problem many patients will need a #TummyTuck surgery, #panniculectomy, or #abdominoplasty. This is becoming a highly requested procedure among patients who wish to rid themselves of excess skin and tighten muscle in their abdominal area. This procedure can be beneficial for women with loose skin and stretch marks following pregnancy, and patients who have undergone significant weight loss. Note that there is also the option of liposuction in a mommy makeover to remove excess fat and tissue from different areas of the body.
BBL, breast aug and tummy tuck after gastric sleeve?
Diplomate, American Board of Plastic Surgery
Member, American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS)
Beverly Hills, California
Full mommy make-over after gastric sleeve
- After a gastric sleeve, if you lose a lot of weight, your body will be healthier.
- Elective surgery should be fine.
- Your ideal BMI is 25 or less - a BMI of 30 is reasonable for cosmetic weight loss surgery.
- No cosmetic weight loss surgery until you have lost all the weight and have kept that weight x 3 - 6 months.
- You should not go to the DR for surgery - do so at your own risk.
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BBA, BL and TT often done together
- A breast lift, breast augmentation, and tummy tuck are often done together. In healthy people this is a very safe combo.
- It is possible that you will need more than just a tummy tuck after you lose all your weight. When you lose a significant amount of weight then a body lift or what is known as a circumferential tummy tuck may be needed. This is a lot more involved. The surgery takes a lot longer and the recovery puts more stress on your body. In this case I usually would advise patients to stage the surgeries. Your surgeon can better advise you as they will have a more complete picture of your overall health.
I frequently perform this combination of surgeries on my patients after gastric sleeve or bypass. Safety requires a very thorough history and physical , that can only be performed in person with a board certified plastic surgeon.It is best if your BMI is close to 30 and that your weight has been stable for at least 6 months. . See your primary care doctor for a evaluation of your nutritional status before any body contouring. .Discuss with your plastic surgeon the use of deep vein thrombosis prophylaxis during and after surgery. Also have your surgery performed closer to home. Flying soon after abdominoplasty results in more blood clots. Furthermore, close followup with you surgeon often is impossible if you live far away. This is very important if you are having concerns or healing issues.
Best regards, Prashant Soni, M.D.
BB, TT and BA in the dominican republic with a BMI of 40, what should my BMI be?
Thanks for your question. A mommy makeover is no small undertaking especially after massive weight loss. A safe BMI should be less than 30. Your ideal measurements can only be achieved if YOUR body structure allows for it. You can certainly find good plastic surgeons in the DR, but should you have a problem, you are likely on your own. Safety should be your number one priority. Standards in other countries are not regulated as tightly as the US. Be safe, have a stable weight for at least 6 months, and be realistic and make sure that your doctor checks your health status first before considering your surgery.
All the best,
Carlos Mata MD, MBA, FACS
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon