I am 5'3", weigh about 125lbs & would like a quote on saline & silicone implants w/the tummy tuck.
What is the Total Cost of a Mommy Make over W/breast Implants & Tummy Tuck?
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Cost of Breast Implants and Tummy Tuck
In my practice, these procedures (including implants, anesthesiologist, surgery center, surgeons fee, post surgical garments and care, pain medicine, bandages, etc.), all inclusive, cost $12 - $14 K. This may NOT include a secondary revision, if needed (about 5% within two years). You save about $1K by choosing saline. If you are very thin and/or flat chested, gel is preferred, in my opinion.
Cost of mommy makeover
This can vary wildly depending on how much is being done. For mommy makeovers in Michigan the range would be 11,000 - 15,000. Mommy makeovers come in very different forms. The simplest is a silicone breast augmentation (forget about saline for most cases) plus a mini tummy tuck. The biggest procedure would be silicone breast augmentation with breast lift, full tummy tuck, and liposuction of the flanks. The results of this procedure are amazing though. It really addresses most of the major problem areas of droopy hollow breasts, loose abdominal skin with stretch marks and distorted belly button, and flank fat. You essentially get all the right curves accentuated, and the "wrong" ones reduced.
Total Cost of a Mommy Make over W/breast Implants & Tummy Tuck
I can ONLY give a range from the lowest with salines to the highest with silicone. $10,000 to $20,000. Hope that helps but in person evaluations work best. From MIAMI Dr. Darryl J. Blinski, 305 598 0091
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Although the cost is important, the MOST important issue here is the qualifications of the surgeon. otherwise correcting the problems created by nonqualified persons is very high.
Choose your doctor based on qualifications, BOARD CERTIFIED PLASTIC SURGEON( AMERICAN BOARD OF PLASTIC SURGERY).
meet with several then make your decision. Expect to pay for a total cost between $12-17K
Mommy makeover costs
In the hands of an excellent plastic surgeon in a major metropolitan area, the total costs for a mommy makeover that includes a tummy tuck, breast augmentation, facility fees, anesthesia costs etc should run somewhere between $10-20,000. Any less would probably be a warning that the surgeon isn't very experienced.
Cost of mommy makeover: tummy tuck and breast implants
Depending on the exact type of tummy tuck and breast implants (silicone or saline) and/or need for a lift, the price could vary anywhere from $6-20,000.
What is the total cost of a mommy makeover w/ breast implants and a tummy tuck?
Cost silicone vs saline and tummy tuck
Mommy Makeover: $8,000-$10,000
Breast augmentation and tummy tuck are frequently performed cosmetic surgery procedures that are associated with high rates of patient satisfaction. Prices vary widely and depend on several variables. It’s important to make sure the fee quote includes the surgeon’s fee, facility fee, anesthesia charges, implant costs and pre and post-operative care. Each of these components may vary widely depending upon the surgeons practice.
Generally, surgeons who operate in dedicated outpatient cosmetic surgery centers are able to offer lower facility fees then those who operate in hospitals. The surgeons fee can vary depending on regional differences and levels of local competition. Anesthesia fees can vary and this may be related to the use of a nurse anesthetist verses a physician anesthesiologist. In addition, silicone breast implants are significantly more expensive then saline implants.
When all of these variables are considered, fees in the Midwestern United States for breast augmentation combined with abdominoplasty vary between $8,000 and $10,000. It’s important to remember that although price is an important component of your decision, it’s not the only consideration. Make sure that your plastic surgeon is board certified and has the appropriate qualifications and experience.
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