Considering a Mommy Makeover?

October 20, 2018

Becoming a mother is one of the most joyous occasions a woman can experience. Unfortunately, the physical changes that coincide with childbearing are not so joyous for some, leaving many women exploring plastic surgery options like breast augmentations and tummy tucks to get their “pre-baby” body back. At Boulder Valley Plastic Surgery, we proudly offer Mommy Makeover procedures that can be customized to suit your needs and surgical goals. Check out the procedures that are commonly included in this procedure, then call us at 303-449-6666 to schedule your free consultation with Dr. Swail!

Surgeries Included in Mommy Makeovers

Breast Surgeries

Pregnancy and breastfeeding can take their toll on a woman’s body, particularly her breasts. Breasts may become less full and the tissue may lose its elasticity, resulting in tissue that sags and hangs lower than it did before having children. There are three common types of breast surgeries that may be considered during a Mommy Makeover:

You can share your concerns about your breasts during your consultation with Dr. Swail, and he will work with you to come up with a surgical plan that will work best for your needs.


Tummy Tuck

The human body is amazing in its ability to adapt to certain circumstances. A woman who normally has a 30-inch waist may see that measurement creep closer to 50 inches as she gets closer to delivery. While this is an amazing part of pregnancy, it often results in stretch marks, loose, sagging skin in the midsection, and overstretched abdominal muscles. A tummy tuck is often included in a Mommy Makeover to address these concerns. There are three primary types of tummy tucks, including:

  • Mini-tummy tuck: tightens loose muscles in the lower abdomen and removes excess skin below the belly button
  • Full tummy tuck: tightens loose muscles in the upper and lower abdomen and removes excess skin from above and below the belly button
  • Extended tummy tuck: tightens loose muscles throughout the entire abdomen and removes excess skin from the flanks, as well as above and below the belly button

The type of tummy tuck that Dr. Swail recommends will take your body composition and your individual concerns into consideration in order to deliver optimal post-surgical results.


After having one or more children, women often struggle with excess fat deposits around their abdomen, thighs, and hips. Some of these fat deposits are so stubborn that not even a healthy diet and moderate exercise can get rid of them. Liposuction offers a surgical solution for women who are unhappy with baby weight that just won’t budge, as it is breaks up and removes deposits of fat. During the liposuction procedure, Dr. Swail will remove excess fat and he will sculpt and contour the area of concern to restore a flatter, more youthful appearance. If you would like to learn more about this procedure, our surgical team is happy to speak with you about the procedure and the recovery involved.

Learn More About Mommy Makeovers

Are you done having children and unhappy with the appearance of your breasts, stomach, or other areas of your body after having children? If so, then you may be a candidate for a Mommy Makeover procedure that can help you recapture the tight, firm contours of your youth. During your consultation with Dr. Swail, he will discuss the options you have for breast surgery, including a breast augmentation, lift, and reduction, as well as liposuction and a tummy tuck. He will also discuss your goals and expectations and review your health history to ensure that the procedure is right for you.

Ready to get your youthful figure back? Call our plastic surgery office in Boulder to learn more about Mommy Makeovers!

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