Demand surge for mum’s ops

There has been a spike in so called ‘mummy surgery’ thanks to way celebrity mothers like Cheryl Tweedy , inset, look after childbirth.  More new mums than ever are having work dine to quickly get their bodies back into shape after childbirth.

Tummy tucks, boob jobs and breast lifts are all in demand. Plastic surgeon Gary Ross said: ‘Mummy makeovers combine body and breast rejuvenation surgery. Following pregnancy there is a a change in the skin quality and elasticity. ‘often women look to improve the contour of both their breast and their abdomen at the same time.’

Women are also turning to treatments like body-jet fat transfer where water jets move fat from one area of the body to another.

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