Pregnancy and childbirth can change your body in many ways. For some women, these changes can negatively affect their confidence as excess fat and skin stubbornly refuse to go away. At the Zwiebel Center for Plastic Surgery and Skin Care, our board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Paul Zwiebel offers a mommy makeover package to help moms return to their former figure. In the slideshare below, we highlight the different procedures that can be included and combined to help your feel like yourself again.
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Giving birth is one of the great miracles in life. Bringing another human into the world is a magical experience, but it can cause tremendous strain on your body. Because of the physical and hormonal changes that your body goes through during pregnancy and post-pregnancy, many women feel self-conscious about how they look after giving birth.
A mommy makeover can help transform your post-pregnancy body and help you regain your figure. Many women wonder what the recovery time for a mommy makeover may be. Please watch our video below to learn more about recovery for this procedure.
After having children, you may want to restore multiple areas on your body at the same time. A mommy makeover may be the solution! Take this quiz to find out if a mommy makeover is right for you:
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During pregnancy and throughout nursing, breast tissue expands to accommodate milk supply. Once nursing is finished and the milk supply diminishes, a loss of volume is almost unavoidable.
Are you wondering how to get your pre-pregnancy body back? Board-certified Denver plastic surgeon Dr. Paul Zwiebel can help. In the short video below, Dr. Zwiebel discusses the mommy makeover procedure and how it can help turn back the clock and restore your body to its most ideal shape.
Diastasis recti is the medical name for any separation of the rectus abdominis muscles – more commonly referred to as the “six pack.” A condition common in pregnant women where abdominal muscle separation is necessary to accommodate the growing baby, diastasis recti can reduce core strength and balance, impact the general appearance of the belly, and increase risks for abdominal herniation. Unfortunately, the condition cannot be treated through abdominal exercises and some, such as crunches, may even exacerbate the problem.