Surgical body contouring following major weight loss removes excess fat and skin while improving the shape of the body. The result is a more normal appearance with smoother contours. Body contouring procedures may include:
- Facelift: Helps with sagging of the mid-face, jowls, and neck
- Liposuction: Removes excess fat, including the chin and neck, hips, abdomen, inner and outer thighs, knees and ankles and buttocks.
- Improves body contour and proportion
- Trims fat that won’t go away with weight loss or exercise
- Arm Lift: Removes excess skin from the underarm and reshapes the under portion of the upper arm – from the armpit area to the elbow.
- Improves sagging upper arms resulting from weight loss, aging or heredity
- Addresses excess skin, weakened tissues and localized fat deposits
- Breast lift: Helps with sagging, flattened breasts
- Tummy tuck: Removes excess abdominal fat and skin; typically, also reestablishes weakened or separated muscles.
- Creates a smoother, firmer abdominal profile
- Lower body lifts: Removes excess sagging fat and skin to treat conditions caused, in part, by poor tissue elasticity.
- Treats excess skin, cellulite and sagging fatty tissue
- Can treat the buttocks, abdomen, waist, hips and thighs in one procedure
- Medial thigh lift: Reshapes the thighs by reducing excess skin, and in some cases fat.
- Offers smoother leg contours
- Different types of thigh lifts target certain areas
Why Consider Body Contouring?
Dramatic weight loss has many benefits. After weight reduction surgery, or dramatic weight loss, skin and tissue often lacks elasticity to conform to the new body size. Body contouring may assist in patients having the desired body shape and size. Doing so builds self-confidence, allows clothes to fit more comfortably, and improves self-esteem.
To find out if body contouring is right for you, contact us to schedule a free consultation.
Body Contouring & Lifts
Feeling comfortable in your body is essential for self-confidence. Many people struggle to lose excess weight. Diet and exercise are sometimes inadequate to produce a desired shape. It’s not an issue of how others view you, but instead an issue of how you view yourself. With body contouring lifts, a plastic surgeon can help you achieve the look you deserve.
Ideal Candidates for Body Contouring
Who is a Candidate for Body Contouring?
Body Contouring and Lift Procedures
Body Contouring & Lifts Recovery
The Star Advantage
Significant weight can leave patients with stubborn fat deposits and sagging, unattractive skin. This may be the result of a serious diet and exercise routine or procedures such as bariatric surgery. The end result is an unappealing, misshapen appearance that leave you feeling awkward and uncomfortable. When that happens a body lift may be the answer.
At Star Plastic Surgery, we strongly believe you deserve to feel confident and secure in your appearance. With body lift surgery, our Novi, Michigan plastic surgeons can contour and firm your body to provide you with the look you need to feel your best.
Our board-certified plastic surgeons offer our patients three options for body lifts:
- A lower body lift removes fat and skin from your thighs, hips, buttocks, and waist.
- Mid-body lifts adds a tummy tuck to a lower body lift, removing excess skin from the abdominal area.
- A full body lift adds body contouring procedures to your entire body, including lower body, mid-body, and arm lifts and a breast lift that dramatically changes the appearance of the entire body.
Viewing each patient as an individual with unique needs, our experienced plastic surgeons will work closely with you to target problem areas on your body. Combining only those procedures necessary to give you the look you desire, we can customize a body lift option for you that will produce an appealing, toned physique for years to come.
The Star Plastic Surgery Advantage for Body Lifts
All patients receive the Star Cosmetic Surgery Advantage. Our surgeons are board-certified and utilize only proven, safe techniques with a focus on patient safety and comfort. Body lifts are performed in accredited hospitals or within our state of the art surgical center.
Star Plastic Surgery physicians are committed to personalized care. From the moment you walk into our office, we will work to ensure your comfort and satisfaction through your full recovery from your procedure.
If you are interested in learning if a body lift is right for you, contact us to schedule a free consultation today.
Carrying around the extra weight of excess skin can be a lot to bear – both figuratively and literally.
In cases where excess skin is the result of desired weight loss or a pregnancy, it is most certainly an unwanted side effect. And it can put the kibosh on an otherwise joyous occasion.
Then as if the sheer assault on self-esteem weren’t enough, extra skin can cause discomfort in the form of chafing, irritation, and rashes. Fortunately, there are methods for getting rid of excess skin.
What Causes Excess Skin?
The most common cause of excess skin is extreme weight loss – though it’s not the sole culprit.
Our skin is designed to expand and contract. Collagen, which provides firmness and strength, accounts for 80% of the skin’s structure. Meanwhile, elastin is there to help the skin stay tight and “bounce back” from stretching.
The problem is, when the skin is required to expand for prolonged amounts of time, the collagen and elastin fibers are overextended and become damaged. This is the case for people who have been overweight for years or even decades.
While pregnancy can also cause excess skin, in most cases, the skin typically retracts within several months postpartum – as the length of time the skin is stretched in only nine months. Multiple pregnancies, however, can also challenge the ability of collagen and elastin to do their work.
The general rule of thumb is that the longer one has carried extra weight, and the more extreme it is (100 pounds or more), the stronger the likelihood that there will be excess skin after losing it.
What Other Factors Affect Skin Elasticity?
Extreme weight loss alone can be enough to create excess skin. But there are other factors that can work in tandem with weight loss that will also negatively affect the skin’s elasticity.
Obviously, older skin with less collagen and elastin production will not bounce back like younger skin does. The amount of sun exposure the skin has experienced will also affect this. Even smoking reduces the skin’s ability to produce collagen and elastin.
Then, of course, there’s always good old genetics. Some of us are just more blessed with resilient skin than others.
So then what’s a person who’s troubled by excess skin to do?
Methods for Getting Rid of Excess Skin
There are myriad ways to manage excess skin – though depending on the above factors, some ways are far more effective than others.
Many people will start with an exercise program to combat excess skin. And in most cases, exercise is a positive activity that we’re certainly not going to discourage!
Yes, building muscle mass through weight training can help to decrease the appearance of excess skin by replacing muscle mass with lost fat. But once again, if extra skin is the result of massive weight loss, there’s no amount of exercise that will completely eliminate it.
Firming Creams and Cosmetic Procedures
Similar to exercise, firming creams and cosmetic procedures could be helpful for those who aren’t struggling with a lot of excess skin or if the skin is mostly just loose around the eyes and mouth.
Firming creams with retinoids and hyaluronic acid are the most effective – especially for older skin. And cosmetic procedures including chemical peels, ablative laser resurfacing, and botox injections could help to tighten and smooth the skin.
Yet similar to exercise, firming creams and cosmetic procedures alone are not going to be enough to get rid of excess skin from major weight loss.
Body Contouring Surgery
The only true way to get rid of excess skin after major weight loss is through plastic surgery. This usually consists of a range of body contouring procedures performed by a plastic surgeon and designed to address excess skin folds on the arms, legs, torso and/or buttocks.
The initial step during these procedures is to remove skin. From there, the surgeon will also tighten and lift the targeted areas to improve contour. This delivers a more natural and pleasing shape. And these surgeries are long-lasting, provided that the patient’s weight remains stable.
As such, body contouring surgery to get rid of excess skin is typically scheduled once weight has stabilized for a least a few months after massive weight loss. And after the procedure, patients need to maintain a healthy lifestyle to ensure success.
Are You Troubled By Excess Skin?
Whether you’re dealing with sagging skin around the face, or hanging skin after major weight loss, we can help you with the best methods for getting rid of excess skin.
Contact us today for a free consultation. One of our board-certified plastic surgeons will assess your overall physical health before discussing with you which procedures will be most effective.
Then get back on the road toward a more confident and comfortable you!
The Health Benefits of a Tummy Tuck
Do you struggle with back pain that comes from poor posture?
As much as you might try to sit or stand up tall and straight, it doesn’t seem to help. Before you opt for back surgery though, you may want to consider a tummy tuck.
It may sound counterintuitive. How could a tummy tuck possibly ease your back pain?
We’ll explore this aspect of the procedure, along with the MANY other health benefits of a tummy tuck.
- Improves Abdominal Tone
If you’ve experienced a pregnancy or extreme weight loss, your stomach muscles may have become distended. The muscles are no longer able to adequately tighten to pull the belly in and give it that taut appearance. And no amount of diet or exercise is effective.
One of the benefits of a tummy tuck is that it not only removes excess skin and fat to flatten the belly, but it also tightens those weak and distended muscles to improve abdominal tone.
Aside from giving you a flatter stomach, improving your abdominal tone leads to better posture. When the abdominal muscles are weak, they’re not able to give the spine the support it needs. This often results in a curving of the spine called lordosis – more commonly known as “sway back.”
Following a tummy tuck though, it’s common for patients to notice that their posture has significantly improved. And with improved posture comes less strain on the spine and relief from certain types of back pain.
So that’s how a tummy tuck can help relieve back pain. But what about the other health benefits of a tummy tuck?
- Helps with Obesity Recovery
It’s important to note that a tummy tuck is not considered a weight-loss procedure. Typically, only a few pounds of tissue are typically removed. But research shows that having a tummy tuck can help previously obese patients maintain a healthy weight.
According to the medical journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Swiss researchers found that bariatric patients who received surgery to reduce the size of their stomach were more likely to keep the weight off when they combined it with a tummy tuck.
In fact, patients who combined the two procedures regained an average of only a pound per year. By contrast, bariatric patients that didn’t opt for body-contouring procedures gained an average of four pounds per year.
Researchers speculate that the tightening of the abdominal muscles compresses the stomach, thereby reducing its capacity and increasing the ability to feel full after meals.
Managing weight and avoiding weight gain is especially important when it comes to those with diabetes. Since weight has a significant effect on the occurrence of insulin resistance, considerable weight loss renders the body more efficient in utilizing the insulin it produces.
By lowering insulin resistance, some diabetic patients are able to alter and more easily manage their previous medications.
- Reduces Stress Urinary Incontinence
Many women (and some men) experience “leakage.” Especially when they cough, sneeze, laugh or exercise. This bladder control problem is referred to as Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI).
SUI occurs when the pelvic floor gets stretched, weakened or damaged and no longer sufficiently supports the bladder and urethra. Pregnancy and childbirth can cause it, but so too can excessive coughing or nerve injuries to the lower back or pelvic surgery.
Most of the time, SUI is treated without surgery. Several studies have indicated, however, that in more severe cases a tummy tuck can aid in recovery. During the procedure, soft tissue near the pelvic area is used to create a slight bladder obstruction. The result is an obvious reduction in incontinence.
- Increases Exercise Tolerance
While increasing your ability to exercise harder and more frequently isn’t technically a medical benefit, the results of doing so have a direct impact on one’s health.
Removing excess skin and strengthening the abdominal muscles can certainly make exercise easier. You’re able to do exercises you weren’t able to before. But just as importantly, it increases your self-esteem and confidence at the gym.
In fact, it’s not unusual for patients who undergo a body contouring procedure to be more motivated to stick to an exercise regimen. Their clothes fit better and they feel more comfortable in their workout setting with their slimmer waistline and newly contoured shape.
A regular exercise regimen also decreases anxiety and depression. So it’s a win-win all around.
- Corrects an Umbilical or Ventral Hernia
A hernia happens when the muscles inside the abdomen weaken in one spot and allow for a loop of intestine or abdominal tissue to push through the muscle layer.
When a ventral hernia occurs at the site of a surgical scar, it is called an incisional hernia. Some patients who have open abdominal surgery will develop a ventral hernia at their incision.
If the hernia occurs at the navel or belly button, it’s referred to as an umbilical hernia. This can occur with or without a prior incision.
If an umbilical or ventral hernia is encountered during a tummy tuck surgery, it can be repaired. Strengthening and restructuring the abdominal wall also decreases the likelihood of another hernia forming and requiring emergency surgery.
Take Advantage of the Health Benefits of a Tummy Tuck
While getting a tummy tuck is sure to boost your confidence and leave you feeling better about yourself, it could do so much more.
So contact us today to find out if the many health benefits of a tummy tuck apply to you.
And start looking and feeling better!
Are you ready for spring?
Warmer weather means shedding the heavy sweaters and coats and showing the world what you’ve got.
If what you’ve got isn’t exactly leaving you feeling confident, then you may want to consider taking advantage of Star’s spring specials.
Star’s Spring Specials for 2020
If you’re feeling apprehensive about donning spring clothing that reveals more of your body, you’re not alone.
That’s precisely why we’re offering a wide array of both surgical and non-surgical procedures as part of Star’s spring specials. Take a look at our latest offerings.
Surgical Procedures for the Abdomen
Has winter left you with a little extra weight around the middle? Then you’re the perfect candidate for abdominoplasty – the doctorly term for a tummy tuck.
This procedure reduces excessive fat and skin around the abdomen and reconstructs the abdominal wall musculature.
Come in for a tummy tuck and receive one area of liposuction free (a $1500 value).
Surgical Procedures for the Breasts
If pregnancy, injury, illness or aging have left you dissatisfied with the appearance of your breasts, then it could be time for breast augmenta-tion.
Envision yourself in your spring wardrobe with fuller and younger looking breasts.
With our spring specials, breast augmentation is just $4850 with saline implants. Silicone implants are just $1000 more.
Mastopexy, or a breast lift, can be performed along with breast augmen-tation.
With this procedure, a board-certified plastic surgeon manipulates exist-ing breast tissue in order to lift and tighten your breast to reduce exces-sive sagging, drooping, and minor asymmetries.
Opt for mastopexy with augmentation and receive free implants (a $1600 value).
Surgical Procedures for Body Contouring
Having a baby is a miraculous event. But it definitely takes a toll on your body. A mommy makeover could be just what you need.
This combination of body contouring procedures is custom-tailored to fit your specific needs.
Right now, save $2000 on a mommy makeover.
Non-Surgical Procedures for the Face
The HydraFacial is an extremely effective way to clean and clear out your pores while hydrating the skin.
During our spring specials, you can get six HydraFacials for just $600.
Static wrinkles and folds around the nose and mouth can easily add years to your appearance. JUVÉDERM® works to fill those lines and firm up those folds.
JUVÉDERM® treatments are now only $450 per syringe.
Non-Surgical Procedures for the Abdomen and Buttocks
If you haven’t tried Emsculpt yet for toning your abs and glutes, now is the time.
This technology uses non-invasive high-intensity focused electromag-netic (HIFEM) energy to implode fat cells while simultaneously building muscle. It’s like doing 20,000 sit-ups in just 30 minutes.
Right now with our spring specials, buy two Emsculpt treatments and get two free (a $1500 value).
Non-Surgical Procedures for Hair Removal
Whatever your winter hair removal ritual entailed, spring will demand even smoother skin. Forever Bare is a broadband light treatment that targets the hair follicles to stop further hair growth without harming the skin.
Forever Bare can be used just about anywhere on the body including the legs, arms, face, underarms, bikini area, back, and shoulders.
Forever Bare is now 20% off per area per treatment.
Get Ready to Strut Your Stuff this Spring
Feel better about your appearance this spring while saving a few bucks with Star’s spring specials.
It’s important to note that these specials cannot be combined with other offers and they expire 4/30/20.
So contact us today to consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon who can discuss the best options for you.
Have you experienced substantial weight loss?
Whether this weight loss was intentional or the result of some other situation, it may have left your arms and thighs drooping with excess skin.
Regardless of how much you may exercise, it just doesn’t seem to disappear.
If that sounds like you, it could be time to look into an arm or thigh lift.
What Is an Arm Lift?
If the skin under your arms is sagging as a result of weight loss or aging, you may feel uncomfortable wearing a wide array of cute and comfortable summer clothing.
You may even opt for long sleeves during the summer – which leave you hot and uncomfortable during those days or weeks of intense heat.
And forget about donning a bathing suit.
You may be able to ditch the long sleeves this summer and show off your arms again with an arm lift. Also known as brachioplasty, this surgical procedure removes excess fat and skin from your arms.
It can be done alone or in addition to other body contouring procedures.
Are You a Candidate for Brachioplasty?
If you’re a non-smoker who has maintained a stable and healthy weight, and you don’t have any medical conditions that could impair healing, you’ll want to set up a consultation with one of our board-certified plastic surgeons.
The particulars of your arm lift will depend on your unique needs. The removal of excess fat with liposuction in conjunction with skin removal will allow the surgeon to tighten the sagging skin to the muscles of the arm.
The size of the incision and the amount of skin removed will depend on your specific body type. The surgeon will work closely with you to help ensure a desirable final outcome.
You’ll need to wear elastic bandages after the surgery to minimize swelling. As swelling subsides, results will continue to improve.
Whatever the case, it’s important to follow the surgeon’s specific aftercare instructions to ensure optimal recovery.
What Is a Thigh Lift?
Just as substantial weight loss and aging can leave the skin under the arms droopy, so too can they impact the thighs.
When the thighs have excess skin, cellulite, or loose tissue, it can be difficult to find clothes that fit well. It’s even more difficult to find stylish clothes.
In cases such as these, many patients opt for a thigh lift.
A consultation with one of our board-certified plastic surgeons can help to determine which type of procedure is right for you.
Different Types of Thigh Lifts
For optimal results, thigh lift procedures are frequently performed along with liposuction.
Our surgeons perform tumescent liposuction which is more effective, safer, and less painful than traditional liposuction. It also has a quicker recovery time. The result is almost no scarring, minimal downtime, and a drastic improvement to the silhouette.
Inner Thigh Lift
If you have excess loose skin or fat in your upper thighs, your surgeon may recommend an inner thigh lift.
With this procedure, a crescent-shaped incision is made that stretches from the back of the mid-thigh to the front. The surgeon can then remove excess skin and fat to create a slimmer thigh appearance.
Scarring is minimal and can generally be hidden beneath clothing.
Extended Inner Thigh Lift
For those with extremely loose skin, muscles, and fat on their thighs, there is the extended inner thigh lift.
Just as the name implies, this procedure is an extended version of the inner thigh lift. Using a T-shaped or L-shaped incision, however, the surgeon is able to remove significantly more excess fat and skin.
While the scar in this case will also bear that T-shape or L-shape, any scarring can usually be concealed with clothing.
Whichever procedure your surgeon deems most appropriate for you, it will be important to follow your surgeon’s specific recovery instructions to ensure optimal outcomes.
The first two weeks of recovery, patients are advised to perform only light activities. Driving and walking for exercise can be resumed after those two weeks.
Bring back Defined Arms and Legs with an Arm or Thigh Lift
When diet and exercise just aren’t doing the trick, you can always turn to one of our highly trained plastic surgeons for an arm or thigh lift.
If you maintain a healthy lifestyle, you should see long-lasting results.
So that means you can enjoy your summers in comfort and with a new found confidence – year after year after year.
Contact us today to get started.
You love your children and can’t imagine your life without them.
What you probably can imagine though is how great it would be to get back to your pre-pregnancy body.
For a few women, getting back to that body just requires focusing on healthy eating and exercise.
But for MANY other women, there is no amount of dieting or exercising that can beckon the return of that pre-pregnancy body.
If you’re one of the many women who have encountered this, don’t despair!
The mommy makeover was developed just for you.
The Ravages of Pregnancy
As beautiful and miraculous as pregnancy and childbirth are, they can take a serious toll on a woman’s body.
Pregnancy and nursing render many women feeling less confident about the appearance of their bodies after childbirth.
There are a number of reasons for this. Pregnancy and nursing can result in any (or all) of the following:
- Loss of breast volume
- Separated abdominal muscles
- Loose skin with stretch marks
- Weight gain
- Lifestyle changes
Women suddenly find themselves in bodies they don’t even recognize. This can be physically, mentally, and emotionally trying.
How a Mommy Makeover Helps
Although it might sound like you’ll be spending the afternoon at the makeup counter at the mall, a mommy makeover is really an umbrella term that refers to a combination of body contouring procedures.
And no two mommy makeovers are the same. Each procedure is custom-tailored to fit the patient’s specific needs.
You will consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon who will, in turn, develop an individualized plan to address your goals.
Then the chosen procedures will be completed together to improve those confidence-draining changes that have lingered after your pregnancy.
There are several procedures which the surgeon may recommend:
- Tummy Tuck
One tell-tale sign that a woman has experienced pregnancy are stretch marks on the skin. Deeper below the skin though, the abdominal muscles have often separated – leaving the belly to hang down and sag.
Also known as abdominoplasty, a tummy tuck is a surgical procedure that reduces excessive fat and skin around the abdomen and reconstructs that abdominal wall musculature.
This helps to flatten the belly again and minimize the appearance of those stretch marks.
- Breast Lift/Augmentation
Breasts are prone to sagging after the demands placed upon the body during pregnancy and nursing. Surgery is performed to restore the breasts to their original and more youthful pre-pregnancy position.
Depending on your situation, the plastic surgeon might recommend a breast lift, breast augmentation, or breast lift with either silicone or saline implants.
In some cases, the breasts may become too large after pregnancy and are no longer proportionate to the body. In this case, there would be a breast reduction.
For those troublesome post-pregnancy spots – typically the stomach, waist, hips, and thighs – where you just can’t seem to lose the fat, the surgeon may recommend liposuction.
With liposuction, small incisions are made in the treatment area and then a thin hollow tube, called a cannula, is inserted through the incisions to loosen excess fat cells. A surgical vacuum is then used to suction the fat out of those areas to create a slimmer body contour.
- Facial Rejuvenation
While this fourth procedure isn’t a mommy makeover “standard,” it is a terrific way to build upon the more youthful appearance that comes from the other procedures.
If the stresses of pregnancy and raising little ones is showing on your face, you’ll want to ask your surgeon about the possibility of adding a facelift or BOTOX.
Recovery from a Mommy Makeover
It’s important to remember that a mommy makeover is surgery.
That means that you’ll be put under anesthesia and need to allow for adequate recovery time.
When you return home, expect that you’ll have to wear compression garments to reduce swelling. This is going to ensure the most optimal results.
Also, prescription pain medication will be prescribed to help manage any discomfort.
It’s difficult to say exactly how long your recovery will take. Given that each surgery is customized to meet the individual needs of the patient, actual recovery times vary.
Most mothers are able to get back to their normal activities within two weeks of the surgery. However, strenuous activities will likely have a longer restriction time.
The final results of your mommy makeover will slowly become apparent in the weeks and months following the surgery. Swelling will subside and you’ll notice a renewed firmness and youthful appearance.
It’s important to note, however, that you’ll need to stay at a steady weight following your mommy makeover to maintain those results.
Are You a Good Candidate?
The answer to this question depends on a number of factors. You may be a good candidate for a mommy makeover if you:
- are healthy and able to stabilize your weight
- feel dissatisfaction with the changes to your body post-pregnancy
- have realistic expectations and goals
On the other hand, if you are planning on future pregnancies, then you will need to postpone this procedure until after that final pregnancy.
Reclaim Your Figure!
Contact us today to set up a free consultation with one of our board-certified plastic surgeons.
A mommy makeover will give you renewed confidence in your appearance so you can focus on what really matters – spending time with your family.
If your anything like me then you are always busy, and sometimes that could mean neglecting things such as working out. Let’s face it, you work so hard all day and when you get home you just want to eat dinner and binge Netflix. Going to the gym that is at least 1 hour and 30 minutes. What if you could do 20,000 crunches on your 30-minute lunch break? With the launch of EMSCULPT that is now possible.
So what is EMSCULPT?
Emsculpt is a revolutionary body contouring treatment that simultaneously burns fat and builds muscle. It’s the only non-invasive, FDA-approved treatment that offers this duality.
As a result, Emsculpt can strengthen, tone, and firm the abdomen and buttocks in a way that’s not possible with exercise or other procedures.
EMSCUPLT is a NON INVASIVE procedure meaning there is no downtime at all!
What is an EMSCULPT treatment like?
Four treatments sessions are scheduled 2-3 days apart and last 30 minutes each. Through a paddle-shaped applicator, Emsculpt delivers electromagnetic energy to abdominal and gluteal muscles. In doing so, the treatment produces extremely powerful muscle contractions.
Some people say the procedure feels like an intense workout as you relax while lying down. During treatments, you will experience 20,000 contractions over 30 minutes. These contractions are involuntary, we cannot achieve these on our own (this is like doing 20,000 crunches in 30 minutes). Results are seen 2-4 weeks after the last session with optimal results improving several weeks following the last session. The ideal candidate is close to an ideal weight and is physically active, but wants more defined abs or a higher and rounder butt.
According to the website RealSelf.com, 87% of those that had EMSCULPT treatments say it’s “WORTH IT.”
Results from clinical studies show:
- a 19% fat reduction
- 16% increase in muscle mass,
- an average of 1.5-inch loss in waistline circumference
- 80% of patients reported a visible lift of buttocks
- an overall 96% patient satisfaction.
This treatment is most optimal for patients who are in overall good health, physically active, are 30 BMI or under, and want to enhance where their regular exercise program plateaus.
If you’re wanting stronger and longer endurance during workouts, added core strength, better posture and experience released endorphins EMSCULPT is the procedure for you.
Call today to see if you’re a candidate for EMSCULPT! 248-735-3800
Do you sometimes look in the mirror and wish you could have your pre-baby body back? Having a baby pouch, saggy breast and all other issues that come with having a baby are all concerns. Oftentimes, after the pregnancy period is over, many women want to get back into shape, they want to have their firm and sturdy pre-baby bodies back. The solution to this general sickness is the Mommy Makeover.
Mommy makeover is a surgery that helps you look better than ever after pregnancy. It fuses the choices of breast and body contouring to help you regain your pre-baby body. Mommy makeover is not a specific surgical procedure but the fusion of several cosmetic procedures aimed at restoring the areas of the body affected by pregnancy.
What Does Mommy Makeover Entail?
- Tummy Tuck
- Breast Augmentation
- Breast Lift
What Does Mommy Makeover Target?
Childbearing can cause a series of changes to occur on the body. Mommy makeover targets and helps to correct the following unwanted changes;
- Sagging or deflated breasts: this is usually due to excess skin and loss of breast volume. Breast augmentation is carried out within hours to correct this problem.
- Diastasis recti; this is a pregnancy-like pouch that refuses to disappear even after the baby is out. It leaves redundant skin around the abdomen and causes the stomach to bulge. A tummy tuck is done to tighten the loose skin. Liposuction is done to remove the fat deposit around the lower back, thigh, upper arm, flanks, and other places.
- Stretch marks; skin treatment is used to remove wrinkles and stretch marks to make the skin clearer and smoother.
- Premature facial aging; facial fillers are used to treat developing lines.
Recovery time may vary from procedure to procedure. You will learn more at your FREE consultation with Star Plastic Surgery.
The goal of a mommy makeover is to help every mom restore their pre-pregnancy body!
Schedule your FREE consultation today and let us help you feel 10 years younger! Start your journey with Star Plastic Surgery today!