3 Reasons to Consider a Mommy Makeover for Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is just over a week away — have you considered giving yourself a gift this year?  Many women this year will choose to give themselves a mommy makeover.  So, what is a mommy makeover?  Simply put, a Mommy Makeover is a series of procedures that work to restore a woman’s “pre-baby body.”

Having a child can be one of the most rewarding times in a woman’s life.  It can, however, take a toll on the body.  This includes stretched abdominal skin, breast sagging from breastfeeding and flabbiness in the midsection.  Thankfully, cosmetic surgery offers a few solutions.

Here are 3 reasons why you should consider a mommy makeover this Mother’s Day:

  • It’s on the rise. According to a press release from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, mommy makeover procedures in the US are on the rise.  “Today women are not afraid to admit that they love their children,” says the press release, quoting ASPS President Phillip Haeck, “but they wish their bodies looked the way they did before their first pregnancies.”
  • It’s custom-tailored. Despite what you may have heard, a mommy makeover is not “one size fits all.”  Instead, we work closely together to find the procedures that are right for you.  These can include a Tummy Tuck, Breast Augmentation or Reduction, and/or Liposuction.  It’s all about addressing the cosmetic concerns that matter in your life.
  • It’s “Worth It”. RealSelf, the leading plastic surgery review site, assigns procedures a “Worth It” rating based on the combined opinions of its members.  According to the site, the mommy makeover earned a 98% Worth It rating, based on 649 member reviews.

Mommy Makeover on Long Island

Think a mommy makeover may be right for you?  Then contact us today and schedule a consultation.  Our plastic surgery offices are located in Huntington Station, and you can reach us at (631) 424-6707.  We look forward to meeting you.

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