How body changes after having babies
Unlike our parents generation, today mothers want to stay young and feel young, and preserve the body they’ve had. The music they listen to, the restaurants they go to, the clothes they wear, all have a lot to do with it. It’s a new generation. It's Wonderful!
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgery (ASPS), 36% of the 9.9 million surgical and minimally-invasive cosmetic procedures performed were on patients between the ages of 30 and 39; 29% of them were aged 20 to 29.
Breast augmentations increased 55% from 2000 to 2006, going from 212,500 procedures to 329,326. Breast lifts — another favorite among the mommy makeover crowd — went up 96% during the past six years, with the total number of procedures going from 52,836 to 103,788. Tummy tucks jumped a whopping 4,384% and buttock lifts increased 174%.
Many new mothers are concerned with how their body changes as a result of pregnancy. It is natural to have such concerns.
In the past 35 years Dr. Ellenbogen has performed more than 1000 breast lifts, and tummy tucks.
In fact, Dr. Ellenbogen is regarded as one of the top breast surgery, tummy tuck, rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty and facelift facial surgeons in the world by his peers. He has won numerous awards for his leading-edge techniques, which have been adopted by plastic surgeons worldwide.
Rich S. Ellenbogen, MD - Plastic Surgeon - serving plastic surgery patients in Beverly Hills, Los Angels, Hollywood, CA and worldwide!