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A Closer Look at Our Mommy Makeover Services

A Closer Look at Our Mommy Makeover Services

With the astounding ability to grow and bring new life into the world, the female body is an amazing thing. And though we know you wouldn’t trade your baby or the experience of pregnancy for anything, chances are you wouldn’t mind erasing the toll these take on your body.

At OasisMD Lifestyle Healthcare, expert plastic surgeon James J. Chao, MD, has extensive experience helping women in San Diego, Encinitas, and Temecula, California, reclaim their bodies and self-esteem with our extensive Mommy Makeover services. 

If you’re curious about what’s involved in a mommy makeover and how it can help you look and feel like yourself again (and maybe even make a few enhancements), we have you covered. Keep reading for a closer look at our mommy makeover services. 

Understanding the mommy makeover concept

Rather than a single service, a mommy makeover refers to a personalized group of cosmetic services. Your provider customizes your treatment recommendations based on your unique needs and body to restore your physique after the toll pregnancy, childbirth, and nursing take.

At OasisMD Lifestyle Healthcare, our surgeon, Dr. James Chao, asks you about your post-surgery goals before creating a personalized plan to help you reach them with our services. He can even recommend treatments in the event you’re hoping to make a few enhancements.  

We’re able to combine multiple treatments into one appointment, which means you only have to worry about one recovery period. This means you’ll be back on your feet and spending time with your family again before you know it. 

After a mommy makeover, you’ll feel restored and confident about being in your body once again. And since your treatments are customized for your unique body and aesthetic goals, you’ll feel like the best version of yourself. 

Choosing mommy makeover treatments

Just as every woman’s pregnancy is different, the effects they have on each woman’s body differ. That’s why customizing your mommy makeover is a key part of making sure you’re happy with the results. 

You have many options when it comes to the treatments that make up your mommy makeover. During your OasisMD Lifestyle Healthcare consultation, Dr. James Chao discusses your expectations and goals to arrive at the best group of services for you. 

Some of the procedures we offer and the reasons you might consider including them with your mommy makeover are:

Before getting a mommy makeover, be sure you’re ready for the procedures. There’s no doubt that a mommy makeover can restore your pre-baby body, but the results may not last if you have another baby or have a significant change in body weight.

For this reason, it’s best to get started with a mommy makeover once your family is complete and you’ve reached a stable body weight. You should also be prepared to spend several weeks recovering from your procedures. 

Learn more about our mommy makeover services and which treatments might be right for you by scheduling a consultation at OasisMD Lifestyle Healthcare in Southern California.

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