Reno Plastic Surgeon and Mother of Two Unveils New Website Dedicated to Mommy Makeovers

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At McCormack Plastic Surgery, Dr. Tiffany McCormack is launching a new website dedicated to women and mothers hoping to renew their natural beauty. Mommy makeovers consist of a combination of plastic surgery procedures directed specifically at the aesthetic enhancement wants and needs of women following pregnancy, childbirth, and the child-rearing years.

Reno Tahoe Plastic Surgery and Mommy Makeover with Dr. Tiffany McCormack

Dr. Tiffany McCormack Mommy Makeover Reno Tahoe

It is not a matter of vanity to still want to look beautiful and feel great about yourself once you have become a mother.

Dr. Tiffany McCormack’s plastic surgery practice has recently unveiled a new website dedicated to the mommy makeover in Lake Tahoe, CA, and Reno, NV. Mommy makeovers combine a number of procedures designed to combat the aesthetic issues that arise during pregnancy, childbirth, and the child-rearing years. Dr. McCormack says she hopes new mothers will take advantage of the many benefits the combination of procedures offers to enhance a mother’s natural beauty, and feels that while mothers make a number of sacrifices for their children, appearance doesn’t need to be one of those.

Dr. McCormack says the combination of procedures that are included in mommy makeover can often be completed in one round of treatment, or at intervals over a period of months depending on the individual needs of each patient. At the first consultation, Dr. McCormack says the entire treatment plan can be developed to address all areas of concern by merging her professional opinion and her patients’ goals and expectations.

One procedure that is typically part of a mommy makeover is a breast lift. According to Dr. McCormack, two main pregnancy-related factors that affect the aesthetic appearance of a woman’s breasts are weight loss following childbirth and breastfeeding. Dr. McCormack says breast lift surgery is a proven way to address breast sagginess and excess skin, and can be combined with breast augmentation to provide a more youthful appearance.

Liposuction in Reno is another possible option that is included in the list of procedures commonly performed by Dr. McCormack during a mommy makeover. With the ability to address a number of areas that can be affected by pregnancy and childbirth, Dr. McCormack says liposuction is the most frequently requested procedure when she performs mommy makeovers. In fact, a recent study from the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery found liposuction to be the second most performed plastic surgery procedure in 2009. In addition, the study found people aged 35-50 accounted for 44% of the 10 million total procedures performed last year, which represents the most likely age group a woman would choose to pursue a mommy makeover. As a mother herself, Dr. McCormack says she understands the physical and emotional demands women experience following childbirth, and the sacrifices mothers willingly make. But, she adds, the way a woman looks and feels shouldn’t have to be one of them. “It is not a matter of vanity to still want to look beautiful and feel great about yourself once you have become a mother."

About Dr. McCormack

Dr. Tiffany McCormack is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. She completed her plastic surgery training and residency at the Stanford University Medical Center, and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. She is an active member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and the American Society of Bariatric Plastic Surgeons. Dr. McCormack has published a number of articles in major medical publications, and has presented work at national meetings and symposia.

McCormack Plastic Surgery is located at 10685 Professional Circle Suite B in Reno, NV, and can be reached at (775) 284-2020 or online at either her practice website or her Plastic Surgery Reno Tahoe Facebook page.

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