Moms, have the after-effects of pregnancy taken a toll on your body? Do you find yourself wishing your post-baby body looked like it did before children? While having a child brings happiness to you and those around you, the changes in your body may not be welcomed. From excess skin to saggy breasts, you may be self-conscious about your new body image.
If this sounds like you (or a mother you know), the Savannah Plastic Surgery Mommy Makeover may be just what you need to help you feel more confident and happier.
Our board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Luke Curtsinger, is making magic happen for mothers throughout the area. "The Mommy Makeover combines several safe and well-understood individual procedures in plastic surgery. These procedures are chosen to safely improve a mom's body and help women reclaim their pre-baby figure."
Mommy Makeover procedures have become one of the most popular rejuvenation treatments for young women today. The most common areas of treatments are the stomach and breasts, while cellulite treatments and scar and stretch mark improvement are increasingly popular. "Many patients come in saying they would never wear a two-piece bathing suit again. After the surgery, many of those patients have new-found confidence to wear whatever they want."
An ideal Mommy Makeover candidate is a woman who has reasonable expectations for a great outcome. Having the procedures performed by Dr. Curtsinger also enhances the experience. He uses the latest enhanced recovery techniques such as drainless tummy tucks, medication strategies that decrease the need for opioids, early mobilization, and improved anesthesia techniques that contribute to a safer and more pleasant recovery. Dr. Curtsinger recommends women make sure health conditions are reasonably controlled and that they are working towards an ideal body weight pre-surgery. "It's exciting to see the transformation with the Mommy Makeover procedures. An added benefit is that the joy of taking care of patients is one of my most favorite aspects of plastic surgery."