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A Mommy Makeover In Winter Will Have You Ready For Summer

A mommy makeover is a complementary combination of cosmetic procedures that address the areas of a woman’s body that are the most affected by pregnancy and nursing. If you are struggling with excessive sagging skin, stubborn fat that is not responsive to diet and exercise, and changes in your breasts, a customized mommy makeover can help you get back to your pre-baby body and feeling more confident.

A great benefit of a mommy makeover is that you are getting multiple procedures done at once, so you only have one recovery period, but taking care of yourself during your recovery is critical to your final results. Timing your procedure properly is essential to a successful recovery and optimal results. If you are considering a mommy makeover to get your body looking and feeling great in time for summer, winter is the best time to have your procedure.

You Can’t Rush Healing

A mommy makeover requires anywhere from two to six weeks for recovery, and up to three months for final results to become apparent. Having a mommy makeover now ensures that you will have sufficient time to heal and see your final results before it’s time to start donning your summer clothing. Additionally, there are restrictions during recovery, like no swimming, which are much easier to adhere to when you aren’t tempted to jump in the pool or lake.

Keeping Your Procedure Under Wraps

Not everyone wants to make their cosmetic procedures public, and it is easier to conceal remaining swelling and bruising under winter clothing. You may still have several weeks of swelling and bruising after you return to your normal activities and being able to wear your concealing winter clothes is an easy way to keep your healing under wraps without changing your routine.

Minimize Scarring

Dr. Lohner takes great care in minimizing and concealing incisions as much as possible, but the way you care for your incisions after surgery is equally important to how the final scar will appear. Fresh scar tissue is even less resistant to UV rays than normal skin. Sun exposure can have permanent effects on your scars, so keeping your incisions protected while they heal ensures the best results. Winter makes this easy since you are already covered up.

Planning Your Mommy Makeover Procedure

To get the best possible results from your mommy makeover procedure, start now to give yourself enough time to heal properly and consult with an expert. Dr. Ronald Lohner is an experienced, board-certified plastic surgeon based in Philadelphia who offers customized procedures to his patients after a one-on-one consultation. He completed his undergraduate education at Dartmouth College and medical school at UMDNJ-Rutgers. Currently, Dr. Lohner is Chief of Plastic Surgery at Bryn Mawr Hospital and holds a faculty appointment at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. His peers have selected him as a Philadelphia-area Top Doctor for the last eight years. His office is located at [primary_address] in [primary_city], [primary_statefull], on the Main Line. Please call his office at [primary_phone] to schedule a consultation for your mommy makeover procedure.