Having kids took a toll on your body. Working out doesn’t fix stretch marks, sagging skin or loss of breast volume no matter how many times you go to the gym. It’s time for help!
Let’s talk about a Mommy Makeover
A mommy makeover addresses your post-pregnancy body issues. It’s not one procedure, but rather a combination tailored to your individual needs. We design your mommy makeover specifically to your needs, to help you obtain a balanced, attractive body contour.
It may include:
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CoolSculpting — an alternative to Lipo
For some, CoolSculpting is a great alternative to lipo for freezing away those troublesome pockets of unwanted fat. Currently, we are treating lots of areas, including: arms, flanks, love handles, belly fat, thighs, banana roll, bra bulge, bank , and double chin.
Should you have a Mommy Makeover?
A mommy makeover can help reverse some of the effects of motherhood on your body by flattening your stomach and restoring lift and volume to the breasts. These procedures may be appropriate for you if you are physically healthy and at a stable weight; have loose or droopy skin around your stomach; your breasts have lost volume or are sagging; have excess stomach fat that hasn’t responded to diet or exercise. While you can have these procedures whenever you’re ready, we recommend waiting until you’re done having children before having your tummy tuck.
It’s very important that you have realistic expectations, and understand that a mommy makeover is not a replacement for exercise, a healthy diet, or a weight loss solution.
Time to do this for yourself!
You do so much for everyone in your family, isn’t it time to do this for yourself? Schedule your confidential consultation now. Please contact my patient coordinators for your appointment. Call 312.757.4505 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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