Mommy Makeover Myths: Timing, Shortcut, Future

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In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over a few of the unfortunate myths that are out there regarding the mommy makeover procedure, which is helpful for many women following the birth of a child. There are several misconceptions out there about this procedure, and these are especially harmful if they stop someone who is an ideal candidate from receiving what might be a very beneficial treatment for them. 

At the offices of Steven Warnock MD, we’re happy to offer quality mommy makeover services from the top cosmetic surgeon in the area, plus to provide regular expertise and information to keep our clients informed properly. Here are a few of the other most common myths about this procedure that’s helpful for many women following changes to their body after childbirth, plus the correct information in each area.

Myth #4: It Has to Be Performed Directly After Childbirth

While it’s true that some women decide to move forward with a mommy makeover fairly quickly after childbirth, this isn’t necessarily required. In fact, many women choose to wait a while until they feel ready and comfortable with the idea of undergoing surgery.

The ideal timing for this procedure will depend on several factors, such as the amount of time it takes for you to heal fully from childbirth and any other changes that may have occurred due to pregnancy. The weight and tone of your muscles after childbirth can also be an important factor to think about.

At the offices of Steven Warnock MD, our top cosmetic surgeon will work with you to decide when the best timing is for your mommy makeover surgery.

Myth #5: The Mommy Makeover is a Shortcut or a Replacement

There are some who might think that the mommy makeover is a shortcut to getting back into shape, or even a replacement for exercising and making healthy lifestyle choices. This isn’t true at all — your post-pregnancy body will still need time to heal and adjust naturally after childbirth before any surgery can be performed.

Your mommy makeover should be viewed as a way to enhance the results you’ve achieved through lifestyle and exercising changes, not as a way to skip these steps entirely. It’s important that you continue with your regular routine of healthy habits if you want to maintain the results of your mommy makeover surgery.

Myth #6: You Can’t Have Children Again After a Mommy Makeover

We’re not sure where this myth came from, but frankly it’s ridiculous on its face. The mommy makeover doesn’t have any effect on your ability to get pregnant and have children in the future. This procedure is simply a way to improve the appearance of your body after childbirth, nothing more.

You should feel free to have as many children as you’d like without worrying about how it will affect the results of your mommy makeover.

At the offices of Steven Warnock MD, we hope that this blog has been a helpful source of knowledge in understanding some of the myths surrounding the mommy makeover procedure. If you’re considering undergoing such a procedure, please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information or to schedule a consultation with our top cosmetic surgeon!