Motherhood impacts the body in a number of ways. Whether you’re a new mom or your children have already left home, as long as you have completed your family and finished breastfeeding, you may be at the right stage of your life for a mommy makeover.
A mommy makeover is a customized combination of procedures designed to address your individual needs and appearance concerns. Some of the most common procedures included in a mommy makeover are listed below, but you can always talk with Dr. Campanile about including additional surgical or nonsurgical treatments to achieve your ideal outcome.
Dr. Campanile will customize your mommy makeover according to your anatomy and cosmetic goals to bring out the best in your natural appearance and address the areas where motherhood has affected you the most.
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Also known as abdominoplasty, a tummy tuck tightens abdominal muscles that may have become separated as a result of pregnancy or weight gain. Abdominoplasty also removes baggy stomach skin for a sleeker, firmer midsection.
Liposuction sculpts away stubborn fat deposits that remain despite diet and exercise, particularly throughout the abdomen, thighs and upper arms. Lipo can also be used to reduce a double chin, shape the ankles, slim down the back or virtually anywhere else on the body.
If breasts have become smaller or appear deflated following pregnancy and breastfeeding, breast augmentation can add more volume for a fuller, more feminine figure. Dr. Campanile offers a wide range of breast enlargement options, including saline, silicone and gummy bear breast implants as well as fat transfer breast augmentation.
Also known as mastopexy, a breast lift raises and reshapes sagging breasts for a more youthful breast appearance. Many women choose to combine their breast enlargement procedure with a breast lift for a curvier, perkier silhouette.
Not all women experience a loss of breast volume following childbirth. In fact, many women have the opposite problem and suffer from the physical and psychological burdens associated with overly large breasts. A breast reduction removes breast tissue and excess breast skin while lifting and reshaping the breasts for a more proportional, natural appearance.