Mommy Makeover: Post Partum Surgery in Greenville, SC

Serving Greenwood, Greenville, Columbia, South Carolina & nearby Augusta, Georgia

In addition to its inherent joys, motherhood can also be accompanied by physical changes that affect the way you look and feel about yourself.

Please call our office near Greenville at 864-223-0505 for a consultation.

What is a Mommy Makeover?

The natural process of pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding may leave you with sagging breasts, fat deposits around your hips and thighs, and excess skin surrounding your abdomen. Through a series of complementary plastic surgery procedures often referred to collectively as a “mommy makeover,” board-certified South Carolina plastic surgeon Dr. Ted Vaughn can rejuvenate multiple problem areas and restore a more youthful, natural-looking appearance.

What Our Patients Have to Say

"Dr. Vaughn is the best! He and his staff are some of the kindest, most welcoming people I’ve had the pleasure of meeting. I’m so pleased with my results and my entire experience!"

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What Happens During a Mommy Makeover?

During your personal consultation, you and Dr. Vaughn will discuss your aesthetic goals and treatment options. Depending on your desires and individual physical factors, a mommy makeover may entail procedures including:

Can I Combine Multiple Cosmetic Procedures at Once for a Mommy Makeover?

While each of these procedures may be performed singly, there are benefits to combining multiple plastic surgery procedures in a single visit. Depending on the extent of the procedures performed, undergoing multiple cosmetic surgery treatments in a single office visit can limit both your surgery costs and overall recovery time.

Contact Dr. Vaughn Today!

If you would like to learn more about mommy makeovers and other complementary plastic surgery treatments, please contact the office of Piedmont Plastic Surgery by phone at 864-223-0505 or by filling out the form on our website. We proudly serve patients in the Greenwood, Greenville, Anderson, Columbia, and Laurens areas of South Carolina and Augusta, Georgia.