Nothing compares to the joy of motherhood, but the havoc you go through to get your body back into shape can bring tears to your eyes and pain without gain.
That’s why more mom’s are turning to a combination of surgical procedures, referred to as a “Mommy Makeover.” Patients from throughout Southern California, including Inland Empire communities such as San Bernardino, Riverside, Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, Ontario, Chino Hills and Temecula come to Dr. Robert Hardesy and experience the latest advances in these combined aesthetic procedures.
For example, one of our patients in her mid-40’s from Corona strongly disliked the “kangaroo pouch” she acquired after her second pregnancy. But even more onerous — physically and aesthetically — were her breasts that now seriously sagged. Thus she decided to undergo a complete “Mommy Makeover,” which included a Tummy Tuck, LipoSculpture and Breast Enhancement.
Often, abdominal skin that becomes stretched during pregnancy doesn’t snap back after the baby is born. In addition, the rectus abdominis muscles, which run vertically, can separate and become lax, adding to the abdominal protrusion. Also, the breasts often sag after delivery and/or breastfeeding because the skin covering them gets overstretched when breasts become engorged during pregnancy and nursing, but remain lax after they return to their pre-pregnancy size. The result is less support for the breasts. Some women also lose breast volume as a result of pregnancy.
It is little wonder that Mommy Makeover procedures have become one of the most popular rejuvenation treatments for young, middle-aged and even mature women. Through skillful expertise and advanced techniques, Dr. Hardesty enables his patients to reclaim pre-baby figures. Their patients are not only pleased by regaining a youthful appearance, but are simply happy to feel better about themselves.
Ready for your own Mommy Makeover? Schedule your consultation today.
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