If you are a woman who has had children, then you know the toll that pregnancy and subsequent breast feeding has taken on you figure. Very few women are fortunate to go through the childbearing years without creating some undesirable effects on her figure. Breasts that were once perky and youthful have lost their volume and may have undergone sagging. A tummy that was once flat and well toned may have weakened muscles and stretched out skin that weight control and all the sit ups in the world will only improve to a limited degree. Unfortunately, the body doesn’t always bounce back from childbearing the way we would like despite the most rigorous workout and diet regimen.
If this describes the frustration that you have experienced, you may be a candidate for Dr. Edelson’s “Mommy Makeover”, a procedure or combination of procedures custom designed and planned for you to improve the appearance of the breasts, body and tummy and restore the youthful figure you may have thought was impossible to have again.
Breast procedures may include a lift, breast implants, either saline or silicone, a mini or full tummy tuck, or a combination of both. A tummy tuck can tighten the abdominal muscles while removing loose skin with stretch marks ( orstriae, the medical term ) using incisions that can be custom designed to be hidden easily under a bathing suit. Often these procedure can also include the removal of stubborn unwanted fat through the use of liposuction at the same time.
Dr. Edelson has over 25 years of experience with all types ofDr. Edelson has over 25 years of experience with all types of plastic surgical procedures and will custom design and plan the surgery best suited for your particular situation and can present various options from which to select, while always placing the utmost importance on safety and obtaining natural results.
Every case is unique. Call Dr. Edelson’s office and set up your complimentary consultation to further explore the options and possibilities available to you. The Mommy Makeover may be the answer you have ben looking for.
Ronald Edelson, M.D.