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Mommy Make Over


Mommy Make Over

Mommy Make Over

Maternity aesthetics, also known as mommy make over, is a surgery that aims to improve the deterioration of women's bodies after childbirth. There may be skin sagging after birth in the enlarged abdomen at birth. After breastfeeding, conditions such as sagging of the breasts and deformation of the nipple can be seen. With maternity aesthetics, such formations are improved and women are ensured to regain their pre-birth state.

Which Regions Is Maternity Aesthetics Performed Onto?

Maternity aesthetics is a combined operation that can be applied to the abdomen, breast, waist, hip and vagina regions. These transactions can be decreased or increased according to the request of the person. Lifting surgeries are performed to remove sagging in many parts of the body. It is an aesthetic operation especially preferred to correct the saggy skin appearance in the abdomen and breast area. Vaginoplasty can be added to the surgery to improve the deformation of the vagina. Vaginoplasty is an aesthetic operation that results in the narrowing of the vaginal entrance and inner region.

Notes From Your Doctor

Frequently Asked Questions

There is a recovery period of 6 weeks after surgery. You will have a healthier recovery process when you pay attention to the hygiene of the operation areas and regularly use the medicines prescribed by your doctor.

When you experience another birth after aesthetic operations, deformations of the previous births may occur again. Therefore, it would be right to have maternity aesthetics when another birth is not considered anymore.

The appearance obtained after the aesthetic operation is permanent. Deterioration may occur in the future due to a new birth or aging. However, these deteriorations are very low compared to people who do not have maternity aesthetics.

After breastfeeding, women can experience serious deterioration on their nipples. With maternity aesthetics, both the nipple is corrected and the breast lift can be applied.

There are no risk factors specific to the surgery. However, as with any surgery, there is a very low risk of infection. This risk can be reduced by the precautions taken during and after the surgery.

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