Mommy Makeovers Restore Pre-Pregnancy Body Confidence
A woman’s body can change dramatically before, during and after giving birth. It’s no surprise that mommy makeovers have become an increasingly popular cosmetic surgery request, especially in image-conscious cities like Los Angeles.
For many moms, the idea of feeling confident in a swimsuit again seems like a pipe dream. But according to Los Angeles-area OB/GYN Dr. David Ghozland, a selection of available procedures and techniques are making that dream a reality for women throughout southern California.
“We’ve found that the mommy makeover has a transformative effect on a woman’s self esteem,” he explains. “While a lot of moms are hesitant at first to consider a procedure that focuses solely on them, the reality is, feeling better about yourself can ultimately make you a more confident mom.”
One of the reasons this kind of plastic surgery is possible is that the types of body changes caused by pregnancy are often unresponsive to diet and exercise alone. Women seeking a mommy makeover can choose from a menu of procedures customized to their unique needs, including:
- Body contouring/liposuction
- Breast lift
- Breast augmentation
- Tummy tuck
As a highly skilled surgeon and OB/GYN, Dr. Ghozland also addresses more intimate concerns, offering vaginal rejuvenation techniques to restore vaginal tightness and sexual pleasure.
“When women come to me and ask ‘How can I get my pre-pregnancy body back?’ they are surprised when I tell them how many procedures we can offer to help them feel beautiful, sexy and confident again,” says Dr. Ghozland. “Vaginal rejuvenation is a minimally invasive procedure that offers numerous benefits to patients and their partners.”
More and more women are recognizing the need to put the “me” back in mommy, and a good place to start is by considering a mommy makeover. As a board-certified Los Angeles OB/GYN, Dr. Ghozland believes women deserve to look and feel their best during every season of life, especially motherhood.
“Moms deserve to feel good about their bodies again,” he says. “They are used to putting kids and family first, and many are finally realizing that how they feel about their appearance is an equally important priority.”