Combined Procedures Los Angeles

Combined Procedures ModelTime is precious when you’re a mom. Between school, work, and extracurricular activities, it’s hard to find a moment to yourself – let alone find the time needed to recover from plastic surgery. You can reduce downtime and get back to normal quicker by arranging your procedures into one combined plastic surgery. Our Los Angeles patients love the many benefits of the Mommy Makeover.

Learn how you can benefit from a Mommy Makeover by requesting a free consultation online. You can also call our office at (877) 298-9915 to set up your appointment. We also invite you to continue your cosmetic surgery research by reading our eBook which explains the plastic surgery process from start to finish.

Why consider combined procedures?

If you are like many moms, you are probably interested in improving more than one area of your body, such as your breasts and your tummy. However, you might be worried about the time away from work and family. By combining multiple procedures like breast augmentation and a tummy tuck in one operation, you can get the results you want with only one recovery period. It also saves you money since you pay only once for anesthesia, medications, and facility fees. Plus, there’s the added perk of seeing your total transformation sooner and at once, rather than in stages.

How it works

During your initial consultation in Los Angeles or Beverly Hills, you’ll discuss combined plastic surgery and one of our plastic surgeons will go over which options will work best for your concerns. During this time, you will be evaluated in order to determine if plastic surgery can accomplish your goals. If you are a good candidate, you will receive a surgical plan that addresses your areas of concern. Some common surgical combinations include:

  • Breast Lift and Tummy Tuck
  • Breast Augmentation and Tummy Tuck
  • Breast Lift and Liposuction
  • Breast Augmentation and Liposuction
  • Liposuction and Tummy Tuck
  • Breast Reduction and Liposuction

Your treatment will depend on which procedures you choose, but most combination surgeries are performed under general anesthesia in the safety of our accredited surgical facility.

Is a follow-up required?

You will be asked to return to our office regularly for several months after surgery so that your doctor can monitor your progress and answer all of your questions as you heal.

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