Category Archives: Mommy Makeover

After a Mommy Makeover: Unexpectedly Great Changes

If you’ve had children, you know the toll that pregnancy and breastfeeding can take on your body: stretched skin, saggy breasts, and the annoying belly pooch that refuses to disappear no matter how many hours you spend at the gym. A Mommy Makeover is the best way to get that “pre-baby body” back. Read the rest »

Labiaplasty: The Perfect Addition to Mommy Makeover

In the world of cosmetic surgery, labiaplasty is still a relatively new addition. As its popularity grows, more and more women recognize its value as an addition to mommy makeover surgery. Most of the women considering labiaplasty here at St. Louis Cosmetic Surgery have a lot of questions about the procedure, as well as its role in a mommy makeover. Read the rest »

Dr. Lund re-elected to prestigious ASAPS Board of Directors

At its most recent meeting held in Montreal, Canada, the members of The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) reelected Dr. Herluf Lund to its Board of Directors. This will Dr. Lund’s second three-year term on the Board and he will assume the Chairmanship of the Finance and Investment Committee and the Administration Commission. Read the rest »

A Plastic Surgeon’s Guide to Mommy Makeovers

We plastic surgeons at St. Louis Cosmetic Surgery here in Missouri love the mommy makeover almost as much as our patients do. This incredibly versatile surgery, which actually involves several procedures at once, can be completely tailored to a patient’s specific desires, incorporating a personalized blend of face, breast, and body treatments into a single, transformative surgery. Read the rest »

A Day in the Life of a Plastic Surgeon: Breast Augmentation

According to The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), 330,631 breast augmentation procedures were performed in the United States by board-certified surgeons in 2012. Of those cases, 72% of them were done with silicone breast implants, which have enjoyed a surge in popularity since they were re-introduced to the market in 2012 after the FDA lifted the ban imposed in 1992.   Read the rest »