I don’t want anyone to know I’ve had a mummy makeover…Monday, October 12th, 2015, 8:05 am
If you’re fed up with feeling so self-conscious about your post-baby body, you may be considering cosmetic surgery. However, for many women in this position, the last thing they want is to attract any further attention, either at the time of surgery or to the results. It may be that you don’t want people making judgements, or simply that you like to keep your own business to yourself. Frequently heard at Mr Maisam Fazel’s Essex mummy makeover clinic are two concerns: firstly, can I have the surgery with no one knowing? And, secondly, will my new body contours give me away?
What is the recovery like?
While you may not want the world and his wife to know you are having a mummy makeover, you will need support in the days and weeks following your surgery. In the immediate aftermath, you will feel groggy and unsteady on your feet. Do bear in mind that a tummy tuck is invasive abdominal surgery and you will feel sore as your muscles repair. After your mummy makeover, Mr Maisam Fazel will send you home with comprehensive aftercare instructions, including guidelines on movements to avoid, wound care, special compression garments that aid healing, and the importance of rest. Planning for your downtime with a well-stocked freezer and practical help with childcare and everyday chores will help you do this discreetly without compromising your recovery.
I want the results to look natural…
In the hands of an experienced surgeon such as Essex-based Mr Maisam Fazel you can achieve beautiful, natural-looking results, with uplifted breasts that complement your body’s frame and a tauter abdomen.
By choosing a surgeon with both skill and a natural aesthetic eye, and by having realistic expectations of what surgery can achieve, you can enjoy the results of your mummy makeover – and say goodbye those feelings of self-consciousness.
Category: Latest News