Mommy makeover? What can be done to fix all of this? Biggest areas are the butt and breast that bug me the most. (Photo)
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Candidate for a Mommy Makeover
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All the best,
Tummy tuck and breast lift
Short scar breast lift and tummy tuck!
Any woman who has carried a pregnancy has changes to her belly and breasts that are nearly impossible to reverse with diet and exercise alone. I would recommend a short-scar breast lift, also known as a vertical mastopexy, to improve the shape of your breasts and nipples while leaving you with less scarring than the traditional wise-pattern breast lift (anchor scar). Your tummy looks like it has some bulging from stretching the muscle layer with pregnancy. This can be fixed with a tummy tuck with rectus plication, which is sewing the muscles back together where your babies pulled them apart!
You're a great candidate for a mommy makeover, and I'm sure you would be thrilled with the result!
You are an excellent candidate for a Mommy makeover.
A breast lift with implants would help you maintain your breast size and give you fuller perkier, breasts.
Lipo on your sides and back with a BBL would make your waist look thiner and would definitely give you a nicer, bigger butt.
I don't always recommend gaining weight prior to BBL for two reasons: gaining weight is not always healthy and a stable weight prior and after surgery is always better if you want to maintain your results. But this would ultimately depend on how big you want to go with the BBL.
As for your tattoo, there can be a way of avoiding it during your liposuction and BBL. A tummy tuck on the other hand, would take care of all your excess skin bellow you belly button, it would tighten your muscles and give you a smaller waist, but in order to do that the incision would probably reach the tattoo on both sides.
I do not recommend liposuction alone for your tummy. It would keep you tattoo intact but lipo would leave you with lots of excess skin.
In my opinion, the best and most drastic results will be achieved with a Full Mommy Make Over = A Breast lift with Implants plus BBL and especially a Tummy Tuck with Lipo. Some patients actually redo their tattoos after the surgery. But if you wish to keep your tattoo intact I see no problem with not doing the Tummy Tuck.
Best of luck with your decision,
Dr. Miguel Mota
Mommy makeover candidate. Some advices:
After having analyzed all the information provided to us, I recommend you perform a Breast Lift to treat the sagging breast skin getting a good projection, and also Implants, therefore today we have much modern and safety silicone implants such as the "Cohesive Gel - Silicón Breast Implants" with textured cover ("gummy bear implants") They are quite safe and aesthetically best as they give a firmer consistency, better projection and natural appearance.
Also, with the Tummy Tuck, I would like to perform waist and lateral liposuction to give you a better body contour.
In this regard, for safety reasons, to be a good candidate for TT+ Waist/lateral Lipo + BL with implants + BBL , your labs and cardiovascular preoperative evaluation should be in optimal ranges, that allows us to make a safe procedure.
It's very important to make a pre-op preparation before the surgery, advising the patient to take certain measures that helps to have a successful surgery with very good results.
Dr. Emmanuel Mallol Cotes.-
- Breast Treatment with a Breast lift with a small implants to the upper pole fullness.
- Fror the Back area: Mid/Back and waist contour liposuction with BBL
- Abdominal treatment: Theres two option based one the results of the liposuction and physical exam, a Mini tummy tuck could be done or a full TT.
Breast lift and fat transfer to the buttock
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