Plastic surgery helps women regain pre-baby bodies

09/17/2013 | Baltimore Sun, The

Demand for breast augmentations, breast-lifts and abdominoplasties has increased over the past decade, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, driven in part by women seeking to regain form after giving birth. Pregnancy affects every mother's body, as abdominal skin and muscles expand and breasts stretch, says plastic surgeon Larry Lickstein. "You can't exercise your loose skin away," Lickstein said.

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