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Maternity and Beauty go Hand-in-Hand with Mommy Makeovers from We Know Beauty

We Know Beauty's panel of expert plastic surgeons consistently perform Mommy Makeovers with the most beautiful results

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A new mother's time is filled with tending to her little ones and taking care of small and large matters that impact the whole family. This level of commitment to her flock is unwavering as the needs of her children change over time. The first few years of motherhood require a great deal of physical and emotional stamina. Many mothers are disappointed to see that even after all of the daily running around, the excess belly fat that develops during pregnancy will not recede. Even if the lady of the house sticks to a strict diet and works out consistently, she may find that the sagging skin around her mid-section will not shrink.

We Know Beauty, the Los Angeles network of leading, board certified plastic surgeons, offers Mommy Makeovers to women struggling with these issues. The six talented and thoroughly experienced We Know Beauty surgeons deliver impeccable plastic surgeries, including rhinoplasty, breast augmentation, blepharoplasty, abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), and liposuction. Mommy Makeover is a combination procedure which may incorporate tummy tuck, breast lift, breast augmentation, and/or liposuction. Each component of an individualized Mommy Makeover is recommended to sculpt the patient's curves, with each surgeon applying his expertise. For instance, Dr. Anous of We Know Beauty specializes in tummy tuck. With We Know Beauty, the post-surgery body often surpasses the woman's pre-pregnancy form, with the patient proclaiming she has never looked better. In this way, Mommy Makeovers by We Know Beauty consistently exceed expectations.

During the initial consultation, the We Know Beauty professional assesses the patient's problem areas to recommend the best Mommy Makeover. Like any cosmetic surgery, the Mommy Makeover is a serious procedure with the mother needing the proper provisions for recovery. The recovery time period ranges, but most surgeons recommend that patients refrain from heavy-duty activity for five to six weeks. The We Know Beauty expert supervising and performing the Mommy Makeover will provide details for tummy tuck and/or liposuction recovery prior to and following the surgical procedures, allowing the client to make necessary arrangements for recuperation. This may entail a relative or close friend staying with the patient to help with kids and house cleaning, especially during the first week or two of recovery.

The beautiful results of We Know Beauty's Mommy Makeovers are reflected in the pictures and testimonials presented on the group's official website. A recent patient speaks of the breast augmentation she received from Dr. Mandris of We Know Beauty. "I came to Dr. Mandris looking to fix what I considered breast feeding damaged breasts," the mother patient relates. "…He did an amazing job… Dr. Mandris and his staff took excellent care of me and made me feel very comfortable…now my breasts look beautiful and perfect." This is just one of the many patients that attest to the talent of the We Know Beauty surgeons.

A new year is a time for change, and the timing might be right for receiving a Mommy Makeover. We Know Beauty provides services throughout the Southern California area, including Beverly Hills, Pasadena, the San Fernando Valley,  Los Angeles County, Ventura County, San Bernardino County, and the Inland Empire. The prospective client can conveniently schedule a complimentary consultation for Mommy Makeover or one of We Know Beauty's other surgical procedures.

Visit www.weknowbeauty.com for more information, or call 800-832-0510.

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