Choosing plastic surgeons for your “mommy makeover” is critical. Finding a surgeon with professional credentials, expertise, and board certification has never been easier with Bruno | Brown Plastic Surgery. We are committed to providing technically advanced, cutting-edge procedures while using sound surgical principles to obtain safe, effective results.
What’s Included In A Mommy Makeover, DC
Mommy makeovers typically included a variety of surgical procedures. No mommy makeover journey/procedure will look the same, as each person will have a specific goal or surgery planned.
We understand that choosing plastic surgery is a personal, private, and often life-changing decision. The procedures you select will change depending on your personal goals and lifestyle factors that are unique to you.
The surgery can include things such as:
- Tummy Tucks
- Breast Enhancement
- Breast Lift
Additionally, some people might want to address facial features that might have been affected by motherhood such as botox, a facelift, and more.
Finding The Best Plastic Surgeons In Washington DC For Your Mommy Makeover
The doctors, Dr. Bruno and Dr. Brown, at Bruno | Brown Plastic Surgery, have hospital privileges at Sibley Memorial Hospital, Suburban Hospital, INOVA Fairfax, Loudoun, Fair Oaks Hospitals, and Baltimore Washington Medical Center. This allows for procedures to be performed at a range of well-respected accredited medical facilities.
Bruno | Brown Plastic Surgery also has offices located in Maryland, DC, and Virginia. The practice is conveniently located at the Barlow Building in Chevy Chase, Maryland, in Tysons Corner, Virginia, and in Glen Burnie, Maryland.
Our Chevy Chase office in the Barlow Building includes a state-of-the-art operating room, providing private cosmetic surgery in an office setting with board-certified anesthesiologists.
Consultation For DC Mommy Makeover
Our practice offers mommy makeovers to help rejuvenate one’s body post-pregnancy. This is a very sought-after cosmetic surgery that helps reverse the undesirable physical effects of childbearing through a combination of aesthetic goals.
During a consultation, our doctors will work with patients to develop a personalized plan. This aims to outline the combination of procedures that will best meet your needs.
During your consultation, we may discuss the following:
- Rejuvenation of the abdomen
- Body contouring techniques
- Lifestyle and activity levels
- Breast lift
- Breast enhancement
Benefits Of A Mommy Makeover In DC
The benefits of a mommy makeover may include the following:
- Removal of excess, loose, or hanging skin. This may be the result of weight loss or pregnancy.
- The lifting and enhancing of the breasts
- Reducing the appearance of stretch marks, particularly after pregnancy
- Increasing confidence and self-image
Reviews, Mommy Makeover, DC
As one of our patients has shared their story, they explained what a mommy makeover is, stating:
“A mommy makeover can mean different things to different mommies. It typically means getting your body back to be where it was before you had children. It could be breast augmentation, a breast lift; in my procedure, it was a breast reduction.
And then typically it is a tummy tuck of sorts. Also, there are wide variations in the type of tummy tuck you might need. It could just be a little nip of excess skin, or a full-blown tightening of the stomach muscles while also addressing the skin and fat.
Some can also add in some liposuction for contour in some areas that [weight] is hard to lose.
It seems like a big surgery because it’s doing a lot, but honestly, combining a breast surgery with a tummy tuck doesn’t add any recovery time. Might as well do them at the same time! There are also cost savings in doing multiple procedures together.”
They also stated their thoughts and nerves about the procedure:
“I was most nervous about the pain. I had an appendectomy years ago and it was excruciatingly painful, so I was assuming this would be worse than that.
But the truth is that cosmetic surgery is all external, there is no cutting through a muscle, no working on the insides. It’s totally external, just skin and fat.
And so the recovery and the pain level are not nearly as bad as we would think it would be.”