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Can You Get Your Pre-Baby Body Back without Plastic Surgery?

shutterstock_106581314While a healthy diet and regular exercise can be the first step towards getting your pre-baby body back after pregnancy, some pockets of fat in the belly, hips and thighs may be difficult to get rid of through these methods alone. Stubborn fat deposits are a common concern for many women, but thankfully there are both nonsurgical and surgical procedures that can help resolve these cosmetic issues.

Nonsurgical UltraShape®

For women seeking a leaner, more toned shape following a pregnancy, UltraShape® can be an effective nonsurgical treatment.* Using innovative ultrasound technology, UltraShape® is FDA-approved for temporary fat reduction in the targeted area.* A single UltraShape® session can typically be completed in 30 to 90 minutes, and most people generally schedule 3 to 4 treatment sessions.* Within 3 months of treatment, most women begin to notice their final results taking shape.*

When to Consider a Surgical Procedure

While UltraShape® offers a non-surgical option for body contouring, some women may be better candidates for surgical procedures such as a tummy tuck, liposuction or even a combination of several procedures in a mommy makeover. When saggy breasts, loose skin or abdominal muscle separation are a post-pregnancy concern, a mommy makeover may be able to offer more comprehensive results than UltraShape®.* Although effective at targeting pockets of unwanted fat, Ultrashape® can’t address sagging skin or muscle laxity.

Seek Professional Medical Advice

To determine which procedures might best suit your needs, consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon. A plastic surgeon who’s experienced with body contouring and breast enhancement procedures can help to craft a customized plan for you to get your pre-baby body back.*

*This information is for education only, and is not meant as a guarantee of results. Your results may vary.

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