Post-pregnancy: which are the most popular plastic surgeries | Plastic Surgery: more than aesthetics – the search for well-being

Post-pregnancy: which are the most popular plastic surgeries | Plastic Surgery: more than aesthetics – the search for well-being
Post-pregnancy: which are the most popular plastic surgeries | Plastic Surgery: more than aesthetics – the search for well-being
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Pregnancy brings about several changes in the most varied areas of a woman’s life and, with the body, this can happen in many ways. Post-pregnancy is a time of transformation, new lifestyle habits and plastic surgery can be the solution for women who are not comfortable with their own image.

However, it is necessary to be cautious and responsible when making a decision to carry out a procedure, because it requires time after birth for it to be carried out.

The association of mammoplasty with mastopexy will take care of the sagging and firmness of the breasts, with or without the use of a silicone prosthesis. It is recommended to perform it approximately one year after the woman stops breastfeeding.

Liposuction aims to remove excess fat from the abdomen and other parts of the body such as buttocks, thighs and arms, for example. It is also recommended to wait between six months and one year to schedule the procedure.

Abdominoplasty is indicated in cases of diastasis and sagging, which is common after pregnancy, working to remove excess skin. Just like liposuction, you need to wait at least six to 12 months before the surgery is performed.

Follow-up with the Plastic Surgeon is essential in this process, as he will provide the necessary guidance regarding the most appropriate time to carry out the procedures, align expectations and provide all guidance regarding post-operative recovery.

Dr. Nelson Letizio – CRM 39.108

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