could u give me an estimate for breast lift,and tummy tuck. average range price
What's the Average Cost for a Breast Lift and Tummy Tuck Combined?
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Range of costs for a mommy makeover that includes a breast lift and tummy tuck.
Average cost for a breast lift and tummy tuck combined
In USA range of fees are from $9000 to $15,000. You need to see 3 boarded PS in your area to discuss this IN DETAIL!
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Cost for Breast Lift and Tummy Tuck Combined
Pricing for this surgery will vary significantly, based on the extent of a tummy tuck, and also based on the training and expertise of a plastic surgeon. The most expensive plastic surgeon may not always be the best, but the lowest priced surgeon will almost certainly be cutting corners that could impact your safety and / or results.
Look for lots of before and after photos of tummy tucks, breasts lifts and mommy makeovers. Be sure that the tummy ticks didn't leave women with unnatural looking belly buttons or scars around the belly button.
Check the credentials of your plastic surgeon including membership of ASPS and ASAPS. Check for surgical suite accreditation and ask who will be in the OR with you when you have your surgery. If you like the many photos you see, you feel like your surgeon has received excellent training and you like the surgeons philosophy, schedule a consultation. You need to feel like your surgeon listens to you and understands your goals. You need to feel a connection with staff members and you should never feel pressured into scheduling surgery. Prior to scheduling surgery, you should be able to speak to previous patients who have had the same surgery.
The most expensive surgery is one that leaves you with poor result. akin your time searching a plastic surgeon who will be making a permanent change to your body.
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I would say that depends on what type of breast lift and tummy tuck. The general public gives more thought to buying a computer than getting plastic surgery. When you buy a computer you pick the model and features/software then you shop around for the best price. You even do this online on your current computer. If it doesn't work out you can always just return the computer and get your money back in which case you end up where you started. If you apply that reasoning to plastic surgery you would choose a procedure on your own and then shop around for the price and pick the best price. That is the way we have been trained to be consumers in this culture. However, that way of approaching plastic surgery is a loaded weapon that can explode on you. Plastic surgery is a service not a product so if you do not like it or have a problem you cannot give it back and get your money back. You also cannot ever end up where you started. What is more if you have a problem it may not be reversible or may incur additional costs to fix.
The priorities should be safety, results and value (not price) in that specific order and not price as the first and foremost. The way to go about that is to present yourself to one or more plastic surgeons with specific complaint(s) such as sagging breasts with nipples at different levels, abdominal skin hanging over the belly button etc. Then find out what type of procedure(s) would best keeping in mind that there is more than 1 type of breast lift etc. and that 2 different surgeons may obtain similar results with different approaches. Then decide on a couple of safe surgeons, operating facilities and procedures and finally then compare prices between surgeons/procedures and the value of each i.e. what do you get for each dollar spent.
It is not unreasonable to see a physician before getting a price quote. No contractor would quote me a price for redoing my kitchen without seeing it and getting some idea of the work involved. Frequently more than a single surgical technique is available & the physician can only choose which would be best after a face to face examination. First the physician should talk to you. A physical examination follows & then a diagnosis of the problem followed by a plan of action. Then comes a cost quote. No one should want surgery from someone who mixes up this order.
Prices may vary
What is the cost of a breast lift and a tummy tuck .
The term Mommy make over refers to a surgical procedure in which both the breast and the abdomen are operated on to correct changes that happened as a result of being a mom. In essence correcting changes from the collarbone down through the knees.
To correct the changes in the breast to give them a more aesthetic appearance, surgeries would be designed to lift and/or enlarge. The breast procedures could include; a breast reduction, breast augmentation, ,a breast lift , or a breast lift with implants. The surgeries to improve the abdominal contour could include liposuction alone, a tummy tuck with or without liposuction, a lipo-abdominoplasty, or a mini-tummy.
The ultimate cost of a Mommy make over will vary depending on which of these surgical procedures are combined together. The total cost not only is dependent on which procedures you choose, but will include charges for the facility, anesthesia and the surgeon’s fee. Miscellaneous fee could also include implants, medications, pre-op labs, dressings and post op garments. The cost for implants will vary a little bit from Doctor to Doctor. I hope this information help as you explore this great set of procedures.
In Columbus, Ohio where I practice, the total price (surgeon's fees, anesthesia fees and facility fees) for a mommy makeover can range between $6000 and $14000
Cost of Breast Lift with Tummy Tuck Costs, Connecticut
In general the cost of a breast lift and a regular tummy tuck, with a top board certified plastic surgeon, will range from $12000-$18000, depending on where you live. The fees usually include; Doctors fee, OR fee, Anesthesia fee, implants and your follow up appointments.
Average price varies depending on many factors
Mommy makeover procedure costs
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