Your Timeline to Plan Pre-Wedding Body Contouring Surgery

pre-wedding plastic surgeryOn your wedding day, few details are as important as how you look and feel in your dress walking down the aisle. For this reason, more and more brides-to-be are scheduling cosmetic procedures like breast augmentation and body contouring to help them look just as amazing and beautiful on the outside as they are on the inside.*

To make sure you’re able to enjoy your results for your big day, take a look at these guidelines when planning your timeline for plastic surgery before your wedding.*

Six+ Months before: Breast Implants and Tummy Tucks

If you’d like to get breast implants or a tummy tuck for your wedding, plan your procedure at least six months before. Although many women are able to return to their normal routines within a week or two after breast augmentation and abdominoplasty, you’ll still experience swelling and changes to your body shape over the next weeks and months.*

Bear in mind that you’ll want your body contouring results to be complete prior to getting fitted for your dress, so make sure your timeline includes enough wiggle room for multiple fittings.

Don’t be alarmed if your breasts look like they’re sitting too high after breast enhancement – this is a normal part of the healing process.

Three+ Months before: Liposuction

Even if you’ve been killing it in the gym months before your wedding, you might notice that some problem areaslike love handles and belly pooches just won’t go away. In this case, you might want to get a little liposuction so you can look flawless in your wedding dress.*

Schedule lipo three months or more before getting hitched so you can fit into the dress of your dreams.*

*This information is for education only, and is not meant as a guarantee of results. Your results may vary.

 

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Your Timeline to Plan Pre-Wedding Body Contouring Surgery
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Your Timeline to Plan Pre-Wedding Body Contouring Surgery
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Have questions about planning your timeline for plastic surgery before your wedding? Cosmetic surgeon Dr. James Koehler of Fairhope shares a few pointers.
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Eastern Shore Cosmetic Surgery
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