Pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding can all permanently change the way your body looks and feels.

Planning Your Surgery

What does it entail?

Post-pregnancy procedures usually involve a range of plastic surgery procedures designed to address multiple issues. Every woman is different and the procedures chosen will be guided by individual wishes and needs.

Before any plastic surgery procedure, you will meet with the surgeon to discuss issues and treatment options. The most common issues women with children mention are:

  • Loss of volume or droopiness of the breasts;
  • Excess skin or volume of the stomach area;
  • Vaginal stretching or labial tears caused by childbirth;

Post-pregnancy procedures are equally common for women of any age, but we recommend that you wait until your family is complete before going ahead.

Our Sydney clinics are located in Chatswood, Broadway or Parramatta so you can choose the location closest to you to make visits as convenient as possible.

What plastic surgery procedures are common post-pregnancy?

Some mothers might only need or choose to have one surgical procedure, while others may be candidates for several procedures.

Post-pregnancy procedures can include:

  • Abdominoplasty – To remove excess skin;
  • Liposuction – This procedure removes fatty deposits and is commonly used on the tummy area, hips and/or thighs;
  • Breast lift or enhancement – Used to raise the breasts or increase volume, a breast lift usually includes breast implants.
  • Breast reduction – Some mothers wish to reduce the size of their breasts once they’ve completed breastfeeding.
  • Vaginal rejuvenation – Also known as vaginoplasty, this can involve tightening a vagina which has been stretched or torn after childbirth or repairing torn or distended labia.

Book a consultation

During your initial consultation, you can discuss which procedures you require.

Book a consultation today in one of our Sydney clinics to discuss your options and the expected results.

What Are The Risks Associated With This Procedure?

Plastic surgery, like any surgical procedure, carries inherent risks and potential complications.

Please read our Risks and Complications of Plastic Surgery page.