Plastic Surgeon Serving Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Nearby West Palm Beach
The path to motherhood can be both wonderful and challenging, but in either case, it brings major changes to the body. A mommy makeover offers a comprehensive solution to restore a woman’s pre-pregnancy contours and boost her confidence.
Struggling with fat loss and not seeing the results you want can be demoralizing and discouraging. Despite the health benefits gained through lifestyle changes, you still may not have your ideal body. Liposuction may be able to help.
Abdominoplasty, or “Tummy Tuck,” is not a weight loss surgery. Although you will lose some weight from the procedure (approximately five pounds), it is not known to improve poor cholesterol, high blood pressure, or other conditions that typically get better after other types of plastic surgery. However, tummy tucks can give your abdominal region a sharper aesthetic and provide a host of health benefits.
You’ve worked hard at the gym and you make sure that you eat right – but sometimes, it’s just not enough.
Most of us aren’t fans of our fat, but maybe it will help a bit to know that fat serves a very important function in our bodies.
It can be a nasty surprise one day when you notice them in the mirror – those “love handles” that seem to have suddenly appeared out of nowhere.
You have thought about it for years, and you have finally decided to go ahead with that plastic surgery procedure, and the surgery date is fast approaching.
It is such a momentous part of life to expand your family. From the moment you feel that first flutter, you may develop big dreams for your and your child's future. At some point, however, the physical aspect of motherhood may present frustrating cosmetic complaints. To address them, you may consider a Mommy Makeover.
You may understand that your body will age and change form to some degree over time. However, seeing how these changes actually occur is a whole different experience. Knowing is one thing, living it is another. If you're living with a tummy that is loose, flabby, and saggy, you may feel uncomfortable wearing certain clothing. Many people do; you're not alone.