Moms Deserve a Tummy Tuck

Published on: July 19, 2017

After carrying your child (or children) for 9 months and delivering them into this world, your body has been through a lot of changes. Bones moving, muscles and skin stretching, weight gain and loss can sometimes be too much change for your body to bounce back from. No matter how many sit-ups you do, your tummy may never be as taut as you remembered it being in your younger years.

Going through all that work, and still being unhappy with your body, may mean it’s time for you to consider giving yourself the gift of a tummy tuck. You deserve it! You can finally get the tight tummy you want, plus you can even talk to your surgeon about taking care of the C-section scar during the procedure. There are several other options of skin tightening, liposuction, and muscle shaping that you can explore with your plastic surgeon.

Many women feel so much better after their tummy tuck. With a tight tummy you can enjoy shopping for clothes again and will notice that they are even fitting the way you want. With a better self body image you will receive a new confidence and will be reminded that you can accomplish what you set your mind to. Feeling better about yourself with your improved, toned tummy will help the intimacy in your relationship with your partner, making you feel even more attractive.

Having a child is something to celebrate, but it can be frustrating when your body won’t seem to bounce back to the youthful appearance that you remember. Talking to an experienced plastic surgeon will help you determine if getting a tummy tuck is the best option for you. Call to schedule your consultation today.

Posted on behalf of:
Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists, P.C.
2001 Peacthree Road #630
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 355-3566

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