You are the perfect candidate of Mommy Makeover Surgery in Tijuana Mexico. You have devoted big part of your life to the beautiful miracle of bringing children into the world, breast-feeding them and doing the zillion other things mothers all over the world do to nurture healthy and well developed babies.
You may even have done this more than once. In the process, because you have observed times of rest, diligently eaten right, thinking of your baby first, you have gained some pregnancy related weight. Fortunately, all that is done; your baby, child or children are well launched and on their way through to a happy productive life.
So it’s Mommy time now, and you deserve everything you want to and need to do for yourself. Of course there are challenges: Pregnancy induced fat that just won’t drop off at the treadmill, a saggy tummy still showing stretch marks from baby, and once firm breasts that have lost some elasticity consequent upon breastfeeding
Discover the true and non-manipulated results that Dr. Soberanes has achieved for patients with a Mommy Makeover Procedure.
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Dr. Soberanes provides safe plastic surgery at his Da Vinci Plastic Surgery Clinic in Tijuana, Mexico. Graduated with honors, over 24 years of experience, and an excess of over 6,000 plastic surgery procedures performed since 1996.
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