Op.Dr. Ömer Ekin - Aesthetic Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon
Breast reduction and sagging may occur after birth, breastfeeding and excessive weight changes. Abdominal loosening and cracks may occur. There may be fat in the lumbar region. After each aesthetic operation on the body, other problematic areas come to the fore. Therefore, the procedure for these three sites with a single operation is more successful. The aesthetics performed in these areas in the same session are known as Torsoplasty (Maternity Aesthetics). In torso sculpture, breast, abdomen and waist area that covers the body.
Who can have Aesthetics of Maternity?
Maternity Aesthetics can be done to all mothers who have completed pregnancy and breastfeeding period and therefore have deformations in the breast, abdomen and waist area. Women who have a fit body before birth and want to return to their old body after birth are suitable candidates for this surgery.
What should be done before surgery?
As in all cosmetic surgery operations, the person should quit smoking 2 weeks before and 2 weeks after the surgery if he is using it. Aspirin and so on. If you use the drug with a blood-thinning effect, it should be left at least 10 days in advance. If there is a different situation, the patient should inform his / her doctor.
What is the surgical technique?
Maternity Aesthetics is personal and planned for the problem. Nozzles can be reduced, stitched or enlarged. Depending on the sagging of the abdominal skin, mini or full abdominal stretching may be applied. Laser lipolysis and liposuction can be applied to the areas with regional lubrication. The desired places can be thinned or plumped. The procedure is performed under general anesthesia under operating room conditions. The operation takes between 3 and 6 hours depending on the procedures to be performed.
How is the recovery period after surgery?
Patients are followed up in hospital for 1 or 2 days after surgery. Patients who start to walk early in the postoperative period use special bras and corsets for 1 month. Bathing can be done after 2 days. After discharge, patients are followed up as an outpatient. Heavy sports should be avoided for the first 6 weeks.