Nowadays, it seems as though you can’t walk down the street or sit at a restaurant without seeing someone whip out their iPhone to update their Facebook status, post a photo to Instagram, or any other social media-related action. According to a new survey, these social media outlets are now also influencing the way American society goes about cosmetic surgery.
Knowing if its Right for You
Oftentimes, moms feel as though they are left with their post-baby body as some sort of symbolization or mark of their being a mother. It is time to get over that mindset! You can be the amazing mother you are and still look as sexy as your pre-baby self. Last week, we introduced you to the mommy makeover. Today we’re going to help you decide if it’s right for you.
A Makeover Just for the Moms
Once a woman is done having children, oftentimes she just wants to look like herself again. The body she used to have has been transformed from each nine-month span of pregnancy. This is why many mothers, young and old, are calling the mommy makeover one of the best decisions of their lives.
When combined, liposuction and a tummy tuck can work together to minimize trauma during your body contouring procedure. According to a study published in the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgery, past patients have seen excellent results and very low risks of complication.
Although it is the top rated procedure when it comes to patient satisfaction, there are still many people who stay away from the tummy tuck because of certain things that they have heard. The truth is, a lot of what we think we know about the tummy tuck is false. Here are the top three myths about the procedure.