June 5, 2021
Mastopexy & Abdominoplasty Combo Lloyd|Dr Daniel Saco Vertiz, english speaking plastic surgeon lima peru, Mastopexy & Abdominoplasty Combo, plastic surgery in lima
Combining a breast lift (mastopexy) and abdominoplasty in the same surgery is convenient.
Mastopexy allows you to have firmer and lifted breasts. Meanwhile, a tummy tuck rebuilds the abdominal wall and removes excess flaccidity and fat.
The final result is a better shaped, sleeker, and more toned body.
Did your abdomen and breasts lose firmness after pregnancy?
After pregnancy and breastfeeding, your body is no longer the same. The breasts tend to sag, as does your abdomen. Both gradually lose their shape and these areas become droopy, or saggy.
These physical changes can create a lack of confidence and discomfort with your body. However, thanks to aesthetic procedures we can recover your figure and help you feel great about your body again.
There are two ideal interventions to achieve this: mastopexy and abdominoplasty. Both procedures are the best solution to regain that flat abdomen and those firm breasts that you had before pregnancy.
Why are mastopexy and abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) the right procedures?
Mastopexy is a surgical procedure that involves lifting the breasts to regain their natural shape. In addition to this, it improves the position of the nipples and the areola to achieve aesthetically satisfactory results.
On the other hand, with a tummy tuck, you can regain the firmness of your abdomen. When a woman becomes a mother, the skin of the abdomen is very sagging and, in some cases, can also cause stretch marks. Therefore, this procedure is ideal and eliminates excess fat, droopy skin, and restores the firmness of the abdomen.
Consequently, and thanks to these surgeries, you will have a phenomenal change and a restored figure.
What are the benefits of having both surgeries at the same time?
Although they could be performed separately, combining the two interventions offers many benefits:
– The main benefit is that you recover your figure in less time.
– The recovery of both procedures occurs simultaneously, therefore, it is a shorter period.
– The cost is less because combining treatments means using the OR only once. You will also have a single prescription of medications, including antibiotics and analgesics.
– By performing both operations at the same time, the discomfort caused in the postoperative period is experienced only once.
Mastopexy and Abdominoplasty at the same time?
Yes, absolutely! Today it is very common to perform mastopexy and abdominoplasty treatments at the same time. Most people are able to undergo these treatments in one surgery. However, our specialist must assess whether you are suitable to undergo both procedures at the same time.
It is important to assess four fundamental aspects:
- any previous illnesses and regular medications
- if the patient suffers from anemia or other conditions
- the amount of body surface to be intervened and
- the anesthesia time.
At what age is it advisable to have a mastopexy?
There really isn’t a recommended age for this procedure. However, if you plan to become pregnant soon, it is best to wait. Also, in case you are considerably overweight or are in the process of major weight loss, then it is also important to wait.
How risky are these procedures?
Don’t worry. With modern technology and advanced techniques, these surgeries have become very safe. When you are in the hands of a good surgeon, a highly trained team of assistants, and the most advanced technology, this makes the surgery very safe.
Consequently, combined mastopexy and abdominoplasty treatments are two procedures that will offer you excellent results. By doing these two treatments together, you can recover your natural figure and look amazing again.
Do you feel that you need this change in your life?
If you feel this is a good option for you, Dr. Saco-Vertiz and our team can help you.
If after pregnancy, you lost your natural figure and need a mastopexy and abdominoplasty, please contact us.
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