Frequently Asked Questions About Mommy Makeover
No, the fat cells removed from the area of liposuction are permanently destroyed. If you gain weight, the body disburses the fat into remaining fat cells throughout the body.
MM is considered cosmetic surgery and is not covered by insurance.. Financing is available.
No, you should wait to get a mommy makeover until you’re done having kids. Another pregnancy will ruin the results so the ideal time to perform a mommy makeover is after you’re done breastfeeding your last child and have had time to lose the majority of the weight gained during pregnancy.
Choosing a reputable, experienced plastic surgeon, certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, to perform your mommy makeover is crucial to ensuring the best results. Do extensive research ahead of time and look at the before and after photos of previous patients to help you make a decision.