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Beverly Hills Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon Andrew T. Cohen, MD Helping New Moms Restore their Bodies with a Mommy Makeover
Date:4/25/2009

ecently had children and could benefit from surgical enhancement focusing on a few specific body issues. These include loose or excess skin and fatty deposits after pregnancy; breasts that sag or take on a misshapen, asymmetrical appearance; and areas of the skin that show stretch marks.

Depending on the areas of the body a new mom would like to improve, Dr. Cohen’s Beverly Hills Mommy Makeover patients typically opt for a combination of procedures that include a tummy tuck, breast enhancement, and/or liposuction. While pregnant, the underlying abdominal muscles are often stretched and pushed apart, causing a lax aesthetic in the stomach region. A tummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, tightens these muscles and pulls the skin taut, giving the midsection a flatter appearance.

To address the common problem of excess, drooping skin in the breasts, Dr. Cohen often includes a breast lift or breast lift with implants in his Mommy Makeover procedures. The breast lift option eliminates the excess skin and tightens the breast area. Adding breast implants further improves contour by giving the bustline a fuller appearance and a breast size more proportionate to the patient’s body frame.

One of the most common body contouring options used in a Mommy Makeover is liposuction. During pregnancy, isolated pockets of fat often occur in a variety of body areas. Liposuction addresses this by suctioning out fat deposits that don’t respond to traditional weight loss methods.

Options like these can be combined into one procedure for a full Mommy Makeover, or spread out over a number of appointments to address them one at a time. The idea of a Mommy Makeover is to help new moms restore their appearance and boost their self-confidence, which can often decrease after the physical rigors of p
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