The widespread popularity of female celebrities’ svelte physiques has helped set a new standard for how fast new moms want to get back into shape; and the resources that were once only available to the rich and famous have become an option for women everywhere.
Throughout the 1970s and '80s, pregnant celebrities quietly reduced their public appearances, preferring to be out of view. Beginning in the 1990s, however, the public’s appetite for celebrity photography began to ripen. Female actors started using fans’ fascination with their personal lives to further their fame. Many stars began showcasing their pregnancy during movie promotions.
The strategy proved to be a wise one. Much of the celebrities’ fan base was made up of a captive audience of young moms who responded enthusiastically to seeing their likeness replicated in a famous person.
Enthusiasm for celebrity culture has only intensified with the ubiquity of the Internet. Fans have had an increasingly difficult time separating the standards they hold celebrities to from the standards to which they hold themselves.
Experts believe that within reason, this effect has had a positive influence as more and more women are motivated to be active in order to maintain healthy-looking physiques. Plastic surgeons have also enjoyed some benefit as clients are increasingly likely to seek out body sculpting techniques to improve their appearance.
The Mommy Makeover is a popular bouquet of procedures that has helped many new moms recover their pre-baby figures. The Mommy Makeover combines a breast procedure such as a lift or augmentation with an abdominal procedure like a tummy tuck or liposuction. By performing the procedures within one operation, surgeons are able to create a dramatic aesthetic change with minimum interruption to the patient’s routine. Many women have enjoyed great results with a Mommy Makeover, helping them achieve the goals they have for their physical appearance and aligning their looks with those of public figures they admire.
The popularity of such techniques is increasing as plastic surgery, in general, becomes more popular in North America. Reports show that between 2010 and 2011, there was an increase of about 5% in the number of procedures performed. Comparing 2010 to 2000, there has been an 85% increase in the number of patients opting for a minimally invasive surgery.
The author of this article is associated with the The Plastic Surgery Clinic, a Toronto-area facility that specializes in body contouring procedures.For more information visit:www.theplasticsurgeryclinic.com
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