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Cosmetic Surgery & Beauty Magazine — January 25, 10:42 AM

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Dr. Enrina: When a mother undergoes pregnancy, labour and breastfeeding results in physical changes especially to areas like the tummy and breasts. Should patients experience increased fat deposits in localised regions due to weight gain, simple liposuction may be able to treat such problems. Conversely, if patients undergo significant weight gain in addition to the delivery of large babies, tummy tucks may be recommended as the two straight muscles in front of the abdomen (rectus muscles) may become separated and cause protrusions of the internal organs. Along with coveted results due to the strengthening of core muscles, tummy-tucked mums can additionally regain flatter tummies through excess skin excisions as well.
Cosmetic Surgery & Beauty Magazine finds out how mothers get back to their old selves (or better) with a little help from their plastic surgeons. Part 2 - Liposuction (on 17 Jan 2021 - 11:00am) Part 3 - Tummy Tuck (on 19 Jan2021 - 11:00am)
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Dr. Dilip further verifies that procedural price may be variable based on surgical difficulty and time spent in operation. In addition, combination procedures may be carried out at the same time, with different plastic surgeons offering differing surgical fees based on the types of combination surgeries performed.
Dr. Soma concurs with Dr. Yeo that nothing can or should replace consultations. Not necessarily because resources are wrong, but because online information is typically generic. He estimates, “Every patient is unique and has different facial and bodily shapes. Cosmetic Surgery& Beauty magazine debunks some cosmetic surgery myths (continued)