How soon after giving birth can I have Vaser Lipo on my neck/chin? (photos)
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#Vaser Hi Definition Liposculpture/ #Liposuction/#Body Contouring with Fat Grafting/ #BBL
Best to wait 6 months to 1 year after you finish breast feeding before undergoing elective surgery. This will give you time to get back to your pre-pregnancy weight as well as give your body adequate time to recover and heal.
The best way to assess and give true advice would be an in-person exam. Please see a board-certified plastic surgeon that specializes in aesthetic and restorative plastic surgery.
Dr. Schwartz Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Director-Beverly Hills Breast and Body Institute #RealSelf100Surgeon
Liposuction After Giving Birth?
Elasticity should not be an issue unless you have had massive weight fluctuations. An evaluation in person would give a more educated assessment.
You may want to consider waiting 3-6 months after delivering your baby. This way your weight and hormones can stabilize. If you're breastfeeding at the time of your surgery, check with your baby's pediatrician to see how long you'd have to pump and dump before being able to breastfeed again as some of the medications administered for surgery and thereafter may pass into your breastmilk.
Once again, good luck and congratulations!
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VASER to Neck
thank you very much for this question.
VASER is certainly an excellent solution to achieve skin contraction along with fat reduction.
36 is still an age where you can expect optimal skin contraction - in areas without stretch marks.
All this should of course be confirmed with a careful clinical assessment of your soft tissues - skin, fat and muscles of the neck.
In order to achieve the best possible result I would wait at least 3 months after your delivery or after breastfeeding.
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