Pick up a celeb news magazine (and, if you ever visit a nail salon, you have no choice but to) and you’ll likely see multiple headlines touting a star “rocking her post-baby body,” snapping back into shape” and wowing the world on the red carpet mere months after birthing a human. So, what’s wrong with the rest of us who struggle to shed the pounds and deal with saggy boobs, a stomach pooch, or loose skin (and, sigh, sometimes all of the above.) Absolutely nothing! Pregnancy and childbirth can wreak havoc on our bodies – celebs included. They just have the benefit of a team of hair, makeup, and wardrobe stylists, on-call fitness trainers, and, of course, Photoshop. Many also get a little help from a board certified plastic surgeon. And the latter option isn’t reserved only for the rich and famous.
Here in Bergen County we’ve got access to a double board certified plastic reconstructive and cosmetic surgeon right in Paramus at Aydin Center for Plastic Surgery. It’s there where masterful surgeon Dr. Aydin performs aesthetic cosmetic surgery of the face and body, including minimally invasive procedures and even reconstruction of breast cancer survivors and those with traumatic injuries. For moms looking to explore their options, Dr. Aydin first focuses on explaining to patients just what cosmetic plastic and aesthetic surgery can achieve, allowing them to make educated decisions. Patients then work with Dr. Aydin to come up with a unique plan customized for each individual. The idea isn’t to create perfection but rather look and feel good by enhancing natural beauty.
Dr. Aydin’s popular Mommy Makeover often includes breast augmentation, a breast lift, a tummy tuck and liposuction but many patients may only need one of those components. Aydin Center also offers a variety of non-surgical options including Pellefirm Skin Tightening, Sculpsure Fat Reduction, and Cellulaze Cellulite Treatment for those looking for treatments with less downtime.
And whatever route you choose, you’ll be in good hands. Dr. Aydin attended UC Berkeley and New York Medical College (where he now serves as an Assistant Professor of Surgery) and completed his residency at Saint Vincent’s in Manhattan during which time he even managed to research a Melanoma vaccine. And if the 4,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility looks familiar maybe it’s because his practice was featured on the latest season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey. Dr. Aydin offers complimentary consultations, so if you’ve been toying with the idea, now’s the time to do it. You might not end up in Us Weekly, but (even better!) you’ll end up looking as good as you feel.
Aydin Center for Plastic Surgery, 140 N Route 17, Suite 200, Paramus, 201.345.0100