After a woman goes through childbirth and delivery, her body inevitably changes. To regain the beauty lost during the nine months of their unforgettable pregnancy, more and more women prefer to resort to plastic surgery and other associated interventions that can change the shape and appearance of their body. What can a tummy tuck do for women who just gave birth?
Liposuction or abdominoplasty after pregnancy
Abdominoplasty (also called a “tummy tuck”) and liposuction are particularly among the most asked-about operations and are frequently requested by many new mothers. In fact, most women want to see every pound they gained during pregnancy fall off. Any excess stomach and thigh skin is also frowned upon, two focal points that can help women rediscover their former figure.
Traditional breast augmentation and facelift operations are not the only procedures surgeons use to raise and lower a sagging chest. Abdominoplasty is used to eliminate troublesome imperfections caused by any excessive tension that the skin experiences during pregnancy. The use of liposuction means the removal of fat deposits present on the abdomen and other parts of the body.
In addition, and in some cases, both interventions can be performed together to optimize the final result so the patient can obtain a perfect silhouette. A technique called “lipo-abdominoplasty” is one choice doctors can turn to. The 2-in-1 procedure involves the combination of abdominoplasty and liposuction techniques where the target of the operation is not only to remove excess tissue from the abdomen but also to remove fat deposits.
Every surgery is different
In other cases, a mini-abdominoplasty may be sufficient, but it all depends on the patient’s body morphology, which must be carefully evaluated during the consultation and pre-surgical appointments. In any case, the result will be impeccable and natural. With this intervention, new mothers will be able to recover their pre-baby body while obtaining an enviable abdomen.
Again, experts emphasize that a healthy diet is not only sufficient to prevent the appearance of reoccurring fat but is necessary to keep the human body in perfect condition. If you have any doubt about the diet to follow pre and post-surgery, it is best to consult a nutrition specialist that can provide the necessary guidelines for a healthy diet. Check out Dr. Zacharia’s Instagram profile to learn more.