ASPS compiled six of the most popular questions from its Ask a Surgeon service and asked ASPS President Alan Matarasso, MD, FACS, to provide answers.
As exciting as motherhood can be, it can also take a toll on your body. Pregnancy, childbirth and nursing can leave many women feeling insecure about their post-baby bodies.
To help you prepare for a smooth, stress-free mommy makeover recovery, take a look at what you can expect at each step of the way and what you can do to help ensure optimal healing and results.
The mommy makeover is one of today's most popular combination plastic surgery techniques, designed specifically to address common issues faced by women who have been through pregnancy and breastfeeding.
To help give you peace of mind and make sure you're completely prepared at every step of the way, be sure to ask these six questions during your mommy makeover consultation.
In today's culture, we're bombarded with images of celebrities who look inexplicably trim just months after giving birth. This has led to a heightened demand for the series of procedures called a "mommy makeover."
Even the best diet and exercise regimen may not be enough to reverse some of the permanent changes to a woman's body after pregnancy. This is where a mommy makeover procedure can help.
Plastic surgeons have an arsenal of innovative body contouring procedures that can help you get back to your pre-baby body.
Having children is a wonderful experience, but motherhood can produce some significant changes to a woman's body.
When it comes to the critically acclaimed mommy makeover, there are a variety of factors that contribute to the total cost and can vary widely per patient.
A "mommy makeover" combines several plastic surgery procedures to restore a woman's body after childbirth.
Many women lament that despite dieting, exercising and lots and lots of willpower your body is never the same as it was prior to childbearing.
Through the lens of paparazzi photos, we may be under the illusion that celebrity moms return to their pre-baby selves instantaneously; however, it is important to understand that all transformations take time. After the birth of a child, it takes several months for your body to return to its pre-pregnancy form.