4 Reasons to Get Body Contouring Surgery

Post-Pregnancy Body

We offer a complete Mommy Makeover Surgery, which covers all of the parts of a woman’s body that are mostmommy makeover affected by pregnancy. While it is a beautiful thing to carry your child and give birth, the process can wreak havoc on a woman’s body.

If you have stretched or sagging skin in areas due to baby weight, then the Mommy Makeover could could be perfect for you. The makeover will usually include a tummy tuck, liposuction, breast augmentation and probably a breast lift too.

If you are constantly trying to get your pre-pregnancy body back, with little results from diet and exercise, then give us a call about a tummy tuck surgery..

You Lost the Weight, But Some of those Stubborn Areas Don’t Show it

If you have lost a significant amount of weight, but you still have those stubborn, fatty areas, then liposuction could be the best choice for your body contouring surgery. This is a permanent solution if you have hit your ideal weight range but can’t tone up those stubborn areas.

Areas that liposuction works best on include

  • Inner knees
  • Hips
  • Chest
  • Stomach
  • Thighs

Saggy Belly After Weight Loss

When you lose a large amount of weight rapidly, such as after childbirth or weight loss surgery, you may have stretched out, excess skin that has been left behind. A tummy tuck can remove this skin that exercise just isn’t toning just can’t. A tummy tuck is perfect for getting that toned abdomen after weight loss or pregnancy.

Are You Looking for “Tighter Buns and Thighs”?

A buttocks and thigh lift work great when rapid weight loss leaves you with excess, saggy skin on your lower half. Some people have sagging skin due to genetics. Similar to other cosmetic surgeries, a thigh and bun lift can help rid the body of this excess skin.

These are some of the most common elective body contouring surgeries we offer. When you come into our office, we can discuss what problems you are trying to address and decide together which of these options will be right for you.

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After careful consideration and at the request of our state, and concern for the health and safety of our patients, we are cancelling all non-essential appointments and surgical procedures starting on 3-20-20. Please take note below of the ways that we are available to you over the next couple of weeks:

  • Appointments:Dr. Kearney will still be seeing a small number of post operative appointments over the next couple of weeks as well as any patients that require immediate attention or medical care, by appointment only. We are calling and emailing all patients who currently have appointments scheduled in the next 2 weeks to notify them and reschedule
  • Phone: We will be working remotely and able to answer questions as well as schedule future appointments and surgeries by calling our main number: 858.677.9352. Please note, however, that we will have reduced hours over the next couple of weeks so be sure to call during these times: M-F 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. If you have an urgent matter outside of these hours and need to speak to Dr. Kearney please call 619-270-4935.
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  • Virtual consultations: Can’t come in for an appointment right now? No problem! Dr. Kearney is able to offer phone consultations during the next couple of weeks. Simply email us at [email protected] or call 858-677-9352 during the above hours and we will let you know the simple steps to take.

We apologize for any inconvenience the above changes may cause and are hoping things return to “normal” as soon as possible. Please stay safe and healthy and let’s all try to remain as positive as possible during this time of uncertainty.

We appreciate all of you and look forward to seeing you again very soon!


Dr. Kearney and staff