The #HappyCampers who choose our Fort Worth, Texas practice for a mommy makeover enjoy a transformative experience that does wonders for their confidence. Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Steven Camp combines body contouring and breast enhancement procedures to help patients restore the youthful contours of their bodies after having children.
Learn more about Dr. Camp’s extensive surgical training and experience and his dedication to personalized patient care by requesting a consultation using the online form. Or call our practice at (817) 228-4315 to schedule an appointment.
A Customized Procedure
Dr. Camp understands the consultation can be a bit intimidating for many patients. He helps patients feel comfortable by discussing their aesthetic goals and getting to know them on more personal level. This is especially helpful for women considering a mommy makeover, which involves multiple procedures performed during a single operation.
After a thorough physical exam, Dr. Camp recommends the surgical approach he believes will best address your concerns and meet your cosmetic goals. A mommy makeover usually combines some of these procedures:
Your Personal Best
Your mommy makeover possibilities are (almost) endless.
Some women may also benefit from the nonsurgical ThermiVa® for vaginal rejuvenation following childbirth. ThermiVa uses radiofrequency energy to help tighten lax vaginal tissue. Dr. Camp’s practice is one of the few in the Fort Worth area to offer ThermiVa. Our nurses usually perform the ThermiVa procedure to help make the experience more comfortable for our patients.
In addition, some women ask Dr. Camp about buttock augmentation using fat removed during liposuction, a procedure that’s often called a Brazilian butt lift.
The combination of body contouring and breast enhancement procedures involved in a mommy makeover requires a plastic surgeon with extensive training and experience. When performed by a surgeon with Dr. Camp’s background, a mommy makeover is safe and produces results that exceed most patients’ expectations.
Dr. Camp’s versatility enables him to adapt surgical techniques to meet each patient’s unique needs. That may involve a modified incision or using liposuction to sculpt a more feminine shape for the hips and waist. He uses his expertise as a plastic surgeon to combine the correct procedures for each patient.
A good mommy makeover candidate is in good general health and close to her ideal weight, which helps enhance the recovery process.
Dr. Camp is known for going the extra mile for mommy makeover patients during their recovery. It’s part of the #HappyCamper experience. Dr. Camp personally checks in with you after your surgery, and provides his cell phone number to call with any concerns you may have.
Dr. Camp provides detailed postoperative instructions that we encourage you to follow. The tummy tuck component of a mommy makeover typically involves the longest healing time and you will need a good support system in place, especially if you have small children.
Your Common Questions
Can I have children after a mommy makeover?
Mommy makeover surgery does not affect your fertility in any way, so you’ll be physically able to have a baby after surgery. However, Dr. Camp typically recommends against it. This is because the surgery doesn’t prevent additional changes from occurring again—it only repairs existing concerns. Getting pregnant again may undo some of these repairs and necessitate revisionary surgery to maintain your results. To get the most out of your mommy makeover, it’s best to wait until you’re done having children before moving forward with surgery.
How much does a mommy makeover cost?
The cost of a mommy makeover varies from patient to patient. This is because the overall procedure is customized to meet your needs and determined by the specific procedures included in the surgery. The cost of your surgery is all-inclusive and includes the implants you select, the fees charged by the facility and anesthesia team, any necessary support garments and aftercare products, and pre- and post-op visits with Dr. Camp. During your consultation with Dr. Camp, you’ll have a candid discussion about cost. Our staff also provides you with a written quote that breaks down the cost of your surgery. You can take this document home with you to review in-depth and share with other decision-makers in your household.
When can I go back to work?
Again, the answer to this question depends on the specifics of your surgery. However, most mommy makeover patients take a minimum of 2 weeks away from work and their normal daily activities. A longer break may be required if your job is physically demanding or if your surgery was extensive. Although you’ll be able to head back to the office after a couple of weeks, you’ll need to spend additional time away from working out and other types of vigorous physical activity. While it can be tough for busy moms to stay off their feet, it’s vital to take the time so your body can heal relatively undisturbed.Back to Top