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A Quick Guide To Mummy Makeover Surgeries

At Longevita, we understand the stresses that your body can go through when you’re pregnant, and just after giving birth it can be difficult to get your body back to its former glory. Having to tackle stubborn fat and sagging skin in the aftermath of giving birth can be daunting. Fortunately, we offer a number of mummy makeover surgeries which can provide you with a brand new, rejuvenated and youthful looking body, all performed at our A+ rated facilities in Turkey. Here, we’re taking a closer look at the mummy makeover surgeries you can opt for, and what these surgeries entail.

Breast Enlargement & Uplift

During pregnancy, as a result of swelling to the breasts and the milk glands, the skin will become stretched, allowing the breast gland to drop and causing breasts to sag. Losing volume in your breasts is common after having a baby, particularly after breastfeeding, and as result, many new mums often opt for breast enlargement and uplift. Breast enlargement is actually one of the world’s most popular cosmetic procedures for a broad number of reasons, and the procedure can also help to improve a new mum’s self-confidence. At Longevita, we offer two different types of breast implants as part of the breast enlargement procedure, and these are teardrop and round silicone implants. These implants feel very similar to natural breast tissue, and closely mimic human fat in order to ensure the implants look natural too.

The breast uplift procedure, on the other hand, can help restore the shape of the breasts, after elasticity has been lost as a result of pregnancy. A breast lift essentially does what it says on the tin – it lifts the breasts in order to make them appear youthful and perky. As part of our mummy makeover surgeries, a breast uplift can be combined with breast enlargement procedures.


Generally, many surgeons will recommend to wait at least 3-4 months after having a child before opting for liposuction. Liposuction can help to remove stubborn fat which is left as a result of pregnancy. If the fat is localised, and cannot be removed through diet and exercise, then some new mums may opt for this procedure. At Longevita, we offer three different types of liposuction, some being more invasive than others. The three techniques on offer here at Longevita include:

  • Surgical Liposuction
  • Laser Liposuction
  • VASER Liposuction

Liposuction can essentially help to remove the fat and tone the body and can be combined with a tummy tuck procedure for optimum results.

Tummy Tuck

After giving birth, your stomach will not have the same abdominal tightness that it had previously, as a result of the abdominal muscles having to stretch and separate in order to accommodate the growing child. The only thing guaranteed to return the body back to its original shape is a tummy tuck, also known as abdominoplasty. This procedure can help new mums to flatten the skin on their stomach and tighten the muscles. This can be performed in conjunction with liposuction.

Fat Transfer To Bum

A very common option for women whose figure has depreciated since pregnancy and giving birth to their child is a fat transfer to bum. This particular treatment can help provide a new level of volume and definition to the buttocks and can provide a subtle curve. Also referred to as a bum lift, the procedure is minimally invasive, and fat is transferred through the VASER liposuction technique and transferred to the buttocks area. This reduces the risk of any form of rejection, which implants can result in, and provides a natural-looking result.

All of our mummy makeover treatments can provide our patients with the body that they had prior to their pregnancy. Many of these treatments can be combined into a single package, in order to ensure all desired results are achieved. To find out more about the treatments that we offer at our A+ rated facilities in Turkey, book a consultation with a patient consultant, today.