Mommy Makeovers with Dr. Mariam Awada
A mommy makeover aims to restore a woman's physical shape and confidence after childbirth. Many women detect changes in their bodies after giving birth, and many parts of the body can be treated; the most prevalent are the breasts, abdomen, waist, genitalia, and buttocks. A Mommy Makeover is a combination of three or more surgical and cosmetic operations to repair and restore your physique after pregnancy and motherhood.
Dr. Mariam Awada is a nationally recognized Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon for natural breast augmentation enhancements, mommy makeovers, liquid facelift, and rhinoplasty. She is a nationally recognized specialist and pioneer in cosmetic makeovers using minimally invasive techniques for surgical and nonsurgical beauty treatments.
Dr. Mariam Awada had the desire and dreamed of becoming a doctor when she was twelve years old. Her interest in the human body drove her to seek a combined undergraduate degree in Biology and Chemistry. She was a top student in medical school; therefore, she was able to choose her medical specialty.
At the age of twenty-five, she discovered her passion for plastic surgery while attending medical school. For the last 25 years, this has been her developing obsession. She feels tremendous appreciation for assisting each patient in improving their function, self-image, and overall well being.
Her superb expertise, creative sense, and attention to detail resulted in outstanding cosmetic surgery outcomes. Her compassion, sensitivity, and awareness of each patient have resulted in lifelong meaningful connections and achievements.
As a professional, a mother, and a woman, Dr. Mariam understands why pregnancy and the postpartum period may seem like adolescence, as hormonal, sleep, energy, and appetite variations throw off the body's regular responses to mood and weight control. Combining new social duties with acne and stretch marks makes it natural to feel uncomfortable and awkward in both body and mind.
Balancing self-care after pregnancy and baby care is no easy task. It's much more difficult in a society that offers little social support to mothers and puts an unreasonable expectation for women to look polished and at ease in their new job. According to studies, the opposing demands of vigilance and flexibility take a toll on new moms; as a result, many women have unrealistic expectations about how much control they can and should have over their postpartum bodies.
There are various treatments that moms would enjoy, according to Dr. Awada. They may, for example, receive breast augmentation.
The weight increase and loss that occurs with pregnancy and the changes in hormones and nursing habits may all have a significant impact on the look of your breasts. Whether you believe your breasts have lost volume or are no longer as perky as they once were, many parents choose breast augmentation, also known as breast enlargement, to restore their breast size.
For people who are satisfied with their breast size but not with their sagging breasts, a breast lift is the next best operation for repairing droopy breasts and restoring their perky look.
Excess skin from the lower breast is removed during a breast lift to elevate breast tissue and tighten breasts that have lost volume owing to pregnancy and nursing.
Liposuction is another option. It is a standard procedure for women who want to remove fatty tissue from love handles, belly flab, saddlebags, and other fat deposits resulting from pregnancy. Diet and exercise may only do so much to help your skin restore suppleness, particularly in the abdomen. A complete or minor tummy tuck may tighten skin and erase stretch marks and remove Caesarean section scars.
Patients can also choose to do a lower body lift. This is popular among women with many children. It's a procedure that removes loose skin and extra fat around your abdomen that has collected through numerous pregnancies. By eliminating this excess skin, women may achieve the smoother and leaner lower body look of their pre-childbearing years.
Some issues must be considered before undergoing a Mommy Makeover. These include your current lifestyle and health, how cosmetic surgery for moms will affect your family life, and which regions of your body you want to improve.
You must be in excellent health and at least 18 years old to be a qualified Mommy Makeover candidate. You should also avoid having any more children. Moms who have shed pregnancy weight but still want to get rid of sagging skin and persistent fat pockets are suitable candidates for post-baby cosmetic surgery treatments, frequently included in Mommy Makeover programs.
This makeover is equally appropriate whether you have delivered naturally or by C-section. Following a caesarean section, it may be the ideal approach to correct sagging skin or scars. To bear in mind, Mommy Makeover is not suitable for new mothers, and it would help if you gave your body some time to change before receiving any therapies.
In recent years, the number of women receiving mommy makeover treatments has increased considerably. Why? Mommy makeovers provide mothers a revitalised sense of self-confidence by assisting them in looking and feeling their best! They aren't only for first-time mothers.
These operations may be adapted to your body's demands, whether you've just had children or have older children.
Dr. Mariam Awada