The information NOT included is how much you paid and for what? You called your procedure a "tummy tuck" and perhaps your surgeon did also. If he did, how much did you pay, and how long was this portion of your procedure scheduled for? Was your muscle sheath tightened as part of your procedure? Was your belly button transposed into a new opening in your tightened abdominal skin (scar around the umbilicus)? Did you have liposuction of the abdomen as "part" of your tummy tuck?
I assume you were happy with your breast surgery. I hope your surgeon is an ABPS-certified plastic surgeon, not a "cosmetic surgeon" of some other specialty training.
What I see when I look at your photographs is a short scar consistent with a "mini" tummy tuck. I cannot see a scar around your belly button, but this could be hidden within the belly button if it IS present. This does not look like a full and "standard" tummy tuck, which would have a scar extending further towards your hips, a scar around your belly button, muscle tightening (called rectus sheath plication), and a tighter overall result.
So if your surgeon is not a fully-trained and ABPS-certified plastic surgeon, that may explain the incomplete job, particularly if you were told you were having a full and "standard" tummy tuck and all of its proper components (and if you paid for a "full" tummy tuck).
But, regardless of training and certification, if you paid for a mini tummy tuck, that is what you got, and that is why we routinely tell patients on this site that mini-surgeries tend to give mini-results. You get what you pay for. BTW, the "smooth tuck" fits this appearance--liposuction of the abdomen and "some" skin tightening (at a high full tummy tuck cost). This degree of skin laxity requires a full "standard" tummy tuck, not what it appears you had.
If you paid for a full tummy tuck and 2-3 hours of operating time, I must say that this does not look like what you got. I would be particularly upset if I heard this was performed by an ABPS-certified colleague, for we can and should do better than what you show (IF this was supposed to be a full tummy tuck and you paid for that).
In general, whenever I perform plastic surgical procedures for my patients, they know in advance (verbally and in writing) that any touch-up or revisional surgery is done without surgeon's fee, but with the full knowledge that the patient is responsible for operating room, anesthesia, and any implants, garments, etc. used for them. Fortunately, since I operate in my own accredited in-office surgical facility, my costs are ALWAYS lower than the hospital. "Free" re-dos are not "built-in" to the fees I quote for surgery since they occur infrequently. But if I have to do a no-surgeon's-fee operation, and the patient has to pay (again), there is an implicit MUTUAL understanding that surgery requires not only my best efforts, skill, and attention to detail, but also the patient's compliance with restrictions, instructions, and follow-up visits to monitor progress and make ongoing recommendations. Healing, risks, and complications are not always controllable by the surgeon OR the patient, and a shared responsibility for re-do costs is not only reasonable and fair, but a proper inducement for both the surgeon AND his patient to do their best.
I would be very interested in the training and certification of your surgeon, the exact procedure quoted and paid for, and what was actually done and dictated in the operative report. There's more to this story! Best wishes!