When diet and exercise don’t make a dent in your post pregnancy midsection excess, there is a sure cure. The power of scalpel, surgeon and a lot of liposuction can be harnessed into a “Mommy Makeover.”
Of note, WBTV 3 reports, “Doctors say the most important questions, however, are not about their tools, but about their training.” If you’re looking for a “Mommy Makeover,” WBTV offers this advice:
• Make sure your surgeon is board certified with the American Board of Plastic Surgery. A board-certified plastic surgeon has completed three to five years of training in general surgery, a minimum of two to three years of training in plastic surgery and has also passed written and oral tests.
• Check the doctor’s credentials and record with your state medical board.
• Make sure you don’t get a procedure included in the package that you don’t need. The more surgery you undergo at one time, the higher the risk.
• Find out how often the doctor has performed the procedure you’re about to undergo.
• Ask if the surgeon has hospital privileges to perform the procedure you will undergo.
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