DADDY DO-OVER AT POWER PLASTIC SURGERY
You might have heard of a procedure called a Mommy Makeover, which is done to help restore the shape of a woman’s body after pregnancy and childbirth. A Daddy Do-Over shares the same general idea, but for men. While a man might not experience changes to his body due to pregnancy, he may notice that weight fluctuations and genetics have taken a toll. At Power Plastic Surgery, we offer the Daddy Do-Over procedure to help men look and feel their very best!
What is a Daddy Do- Over?
A daddy do-over is the male version of a mommy makeover. This procedure is meant to address changes that occur to a man’s body over time often related to weight fluctuation. It may include a combination of breast and body procedures to help men achieve a more youthful and toned appearance. These procedures may include the following:
This procedure reduces breast size in men, creating a flatter chest contour. Gynecomastia is a condition that results in enlarged breasts in men of any age. The condition is often caused by hormonal changes, heredity, obesity, or the use of certain drugs. This condition can cause low self-esteem and discomfort in those who suffer from it. Thankfully, gynecomastia surgery can help to correct the issue for a more confident you.
Liposuction is a procedure done to slim and reshape certain areas of the body by removing excess deposits of fat. It can be performed on many areas of the body, including the thighs, hips, buttocks, abdomen, back, and chest area. If you are within 10% of your ideal weight, then liposuction may be able to help you eliminate those stubborn areas of fat.
After many men achieve substantial weight loss – whether related to bariatric surgery or diet and exercise – a new problem may result: loose skin and soft tissue around the mid-section. A tummy tuck removes excess skin and fat from the abdomen, as well as restores weakened or separated abdomen muscles. This creates a smoother, flatter abdominal contour.
How is a Daddy Do-Over Performed?
Your Daddy Do-Over surgery will be tailored to your unique goals and needs. Surgery may be performed under general or local anesthetic depending on the best choice for you. Because there are a variety of procedures that can be included in your Daddy Do-Over, surgery time will differ from one patient to the next. Our team will prep you before your surgery so you are fully prepared for your procedure on surgery day.
Daddy Do-Over Recovery
Following your Daddy Do-Over procedure, our team will give you special instructions on how to best care for your surgical sites and how to take any medications you may be prescribed. It may take several weeks for bruising and swelling to dissipate. As swelling goes down, you will gradually be able to notice your new body contours. Overall recovery time will vary depending on the procedures included in your Daddy Do-Over.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a daddy do over?
The father’s equivalent to a “Mommy Makeover”, the Daddy Do-Over refers to various surgeries that may be performed to address changes in men’s bodies that occur with aging. Women’s bodies aren’t the only ones that change during pregnancies and raising a young family. Often men present with concerns about facial aging and focal areas of fatty tissue that may become resistant to diet and exercise, including the abdomen, flanks, and sometimes chest.
What is recovery like after Daddy-Do-Over surgery?
Recovery after a Daddy Do-Over depends on the specific procedures being performed. Some men may choose to undergo Botox treatment of their foreheads to address prominent wrinkles, which has no downtime. If liposuction or other body contouring surgeries are performed, patients are generally able to resume light exercise within one month and full activity without restrictions by 6 weeks post-op.
What procedures are part of Daddy-Do-Over surgery?
A Daddy Do-Over may range from non-surgical treatments (e.g. Botox and facial fillers), to liposuction of the abdomen, flanks, or chest, to tummy tuck surgery if history of significant weight loss, to surgeries that address facial aging, including facelift and eye lift procedures. A customized treatment plan will be tailored to your aesthetic goals and clinical presentation after consultation with Dr. Power.
How much should I weigh before considering a Daddy-Do-Over?
As for most elective plastic surgery procedures, it is recommended to achieve a healthy and stable weight beforehand. A rough target is BMI
Can I exercise after a Daddy Do Over?
Following non-surgical procedures, you may resume exercise immediately or shortly after treatment. After surgical procedures, it is generally recommended to avoid exercise for one month post-op. Specific recommendations will be made by Dr. Power depending on your specific procedure and recovery.
What is recovery like after Daddy Do Over surgery?
There is no recovery period following non-surgical treatments, including Botox and fillers. Following Daddy Do-Over surgical procedures, most patients require a day or two of prescription pain medication. Return to office-based work is generally possible within a week. If your job is more strenuous, please discuss with Dr. Power during your pre-op appointment for specific recommendations.
What procedures are part of Daddy Do Over surgery?
A Daddy Do-Over may include non-surgical treatments (e.g. Botox or facial fillers), liposuction or tummy tuck surgery, chest reduction surgery, and surgeries that address facial aging, e.g. facelift and eye lift surgery. There is no cookie cutter procedure for a Daddy Do-Over. Recommendations will depend on your aesthetic concerns and clinical presentation.
How much should I weigh before considering a Daddy Do Over?
Before undergoing body contouring procedures through a Daddy Do-Over, it is recommended to achieve a healthy body weight. A target is generally BMI
Who is a candidate for a Daddy Do Over?
A candidate for a Daddy Do-Over is generally an otherwise healthy non-smoking patient who has committed to a healthy lifestyle. The best candidates for body contouring procedures are those who have resistant pockets of fatty tissue that do not respond to diet and exercise. It is recommended to maintain a stable weight for at least a few months before surgery to ensure a more stable outcome.
What are common concerns of why patients consider a Daddy Do Over?
Common concerns of patients considering a Daddy Do-Over include signs of facial aging and fatty tissue on the abdomen, flanks, and sometimes chest. It is unofficially referred to as a “Dad Bod” treatment by some of our patients!
Is a Daddy Do Over covered by insurance?
A daddy do-over is not covered by public insurance.
Do you lose weight after a Daddy Do Over?
If liposuction or tummy tuck surgery is performed during a Daddy Do-Over, weight loss is minimal from surgery. If weight loss is planned, it is recommended to delay surgery until you have achieved a healthy and stable BMI to lead to more stable results.
How do you prepare for a Daddy Do Over?
Following a healthy lifestyle will help you prepare for a Daddy Do-Over. That means trying to follow a healthy diet and exercise plan, quit smoking, reduce alcohol intake, and see your family physician to manage other medical conditions before undergoing elective cosmetic surgery.
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