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Is My Body Ready For a Mommy Makeover?

Are you done giving birth to children? Are you prepared to adopt a healthy lifestyle? If you've answered "yes" to both questions, then congratulations. You're ready for a mommy makeover.

A well-performed mommy makeover by a plastic surgeon offers you the chance to regain your pre-pregnancy body. While each procedure is tailored to your specific needs, it may involve the following three procedures.

  • Tummy tuck. Tired of having Santa Claus’s belly? You no longer have to sweat it. This will not only remove excess flesh but tighten your skin for a more beautiful looking stomach.
  • Breast augmentation. Have your breasts suffered from breastfeeding? After this, your body won’t show any sign of it.


  • Micro-body contouring. This will remove unwanted fat and allow you to regain your figure.

Mommy Lifestyle Changes

If you would like to maintain the results of your surgery, it is strongly recommended that you adhere to a healthy diet and exercise regularly. It’s also important to have enough rest every day.

Mommy Makeover Recovery Time

The length of it depends on your body. A trusted plastic surgeon will advise you to avoid regular activities and take a break from work for one to two weeks, so you can focus on your recovery. Make sure to schedule follow-up visits as well.

Mommy Makeover Consultation

No one is more qualified than our team at Athenix. Athenix offers Mommy Makeovers at the following locations: Bellevue, Fresno, Irvine, Pasadena or Portland.

Are you ready to take the first step?

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Call us at 888-276-1535 | 8am–9pm Monday–Friday | 9am–5pm Saturday | 11am-5pm Sunday

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During your consultation we will assess and determine which procedure will produce the best results for your specific issue.
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Practice Policy Update Regarding COVID-19 Your safety is our top priority.

To our valued patients,

I hope that you and your families have stayed healthy and well during this difficult time. We want to thank all of the essential workers that provided us with critical services during this period and also to all of you that remained at home preventing the further spread of the virus.

As we re-open our facilities our priority remains the safety and well being of our patients and staff. To that end, we have implemented a number of important safety measures at all of our facilities.

  1. All patients, staff, and caregivers will be screened via a questionnaire and temperature for Covid-19 symptoms at the front entrance.
  2. Only those individuals that pass the screening will be allowed into the facility.
  3. Patients can only bring 1 other person with them to the appointment.
  4. All patients (and caregivers) need to wear a mask while in the facility. Please bring a cloth or other mask with you to the appointment.
  5. Physical distancing will be in effect in the office waiting room and throughout the office.
  6. Once the physical distance capacity has been reached in the waiting room, patients will be asked to wait in their vehicles and will be called to come in at their appointment time.
  7. All surfaces in the office will be cleaned and disinfected at least on an hourly basis.
  8. All patient rooms will be cleaned and disinfected after each patient use.
  9. Caregivers waiting for patients after surgery will be asked to not wait in the facility.
  10. All staff will be wearing PPE in accordance with CDC guidelines.

We understand that these continue to be uncertain and difficult times however we remain committed to your health, well being, safety, and ensuring you the best outcome possible.

All Athenix locations are now open. However, as we continue to practice physical distancing, we are still available for virtual consultations at any of our locations. You can reach us by calling 1-888-276-1535 or email [email protected] to get scheduled.

We thank you for your continued support and trust in Athenix and look forward to seeing you soon.


Gavin M. Dry, M.D. Chief Medical Officer