Many women express disappointment with the slow progress they make after childbirth back towards their pre-pregnancy body. Even with a disciplined diet and exercise regime, many new mothers never achieve the results they are looking for. To help women take back control of their bodies, Dr Vlad Milovic offers a… Read more »
Topic: Breast lift
A common question asked during consultations is whether you can breastfeed after a mastopexy or breast lift procedure, and the answer will vary between patients as well as the breast lift technique used. As a general rule, it’s better to wait until you have decided not to have any further children because… Read more »
This month, Dr Milovic is asked about the top 3 questions he was asked by mummy patients in April. There are of course more questions that are asked about the mummy makeover procedure, but some were asked more frequently than others. “Sharing is caring” : If you like this post, please share it… Read more »
MUMMY MAKEOVER: Many women experience significant body changes following pregnancy and birth and multiple pregnancies only compound these changes. You might want to refresh your face at the same time or change the shape of your nose. There are several combinations, often done at the same time by a qualified… Read more »
Following on from my previous post, Mummy Makeover (Part 1) – What you Need to Know, this post will provide an overview of Recovery and Aftercare once you have a Mummy Makeover procedure. If you haven’t read Part 1, it’s a good idea to go back and read it. Mummy Makeover… Read more »
What a transformation, don’t you think? My patient, 34 year old and mother of 2, underwent a mummy makeover procedure – breast lift and tummy tuck – to repair significant abdominal wall laxity and muscle separation, as well as saggy (ptotic) breasts from her pregnancies.
CAN A BREAST AUGMENTATION FIX SAGGING BREASTS? Some patients have asked me whether a breast augmentation alone can fix droopy or sagging breasts (breast ptosis). They may be hoping to avoid having two procedures and/or are concerned about scarring. Unfortunately, my answer is a resolute “no” – well, that… Read more »