I had a c-section recently due to the fact my son was very large...I did not mind this at the time, but it seems my skin is sagging off of me...I don't know what to do...Does anyone have any answers out there on the cost of a tummy tuck...Something that is considered afforadable.
Answers on the cost of a tummy tuck
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Tummy tuck cost
Although the cost varies, the national average is approximately 6-15 thousand for a full tummy tuck with an anesthesiologist. Good luck.
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Congratulations on your new baby!
As you have experienced, pregnancy, childbirth, and breast-feeding produce significant changes to woman's body. Many women become interested in body contouring after going through this process. We commonly perform tummy tucks on women who are postpartum but recommend that they wait at least for six months after they have completed breast-feeding before undergoing such procedure. This amount of time will allow the hormones in your body to dissipate and for your body to achieve its final postbaby result. We love performing tummy tucks on women who have had cesarean sections because we can create a more delicate scar below where you currently have your C-section scar.
In our practice, we feel that as every patient is unique so is every tummy tuck. During the initial consult, we spend a great deal of time understanding the patient's concerns and what their aesthetic priorities are. This allows us to design a tummy tuck just for them. These tummy tucks are often done in combination with liposculpture, and liposuction. Many of our patients, use this opportunity to receive other surgeries in the same setting and take advantage in the cost savings and in a single recovery process. For this reason, the costs of the tummy tuck may vary considerably. The price of the surgery may range between $5000 and $13,000.
Clearly, this is a significant investment on the part of the patient. However, patients considering such a surgery should keep in mind that the cheapest way to have the surgery is to have it performed correctly the first time. Unfortunately, we have seen many patients here in South Florida that have received tummy tucks from providers who are not plastic surgeons and then present to the office requesting a revision. These patients will not only have to cover a second procedure but their options may be limited depending on the tissue and scarring that was left from their first surgery.
Therefore your best bet is to work with a board-certified plastic surgeon who is very experienced in, plastic, liposuction, and body contouring. They will be able to thoroughly evaluate you and determine if you are a candidate for surgery and what other modalities can help you reach your aesthetic goal.
Congratulations again and enjoy your beautiful new baby!
Tummy tuck fees
The fee for a tummy tuck will vary around the country. This can run anywhere from $5000-$15000 depending on where you got to get it done.
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Tummy Tuck Cost
The cost of cosmetic surgery is almost completely based on time of surgery and surgical supplies. Unlike an insurance procedure, every minute of cosmetic surgery adds up in anesthesia fee, surgeon fee, and facility fee.
I would recommend consultation with 3 board certified plastic surgeons in your region to get an accurate estimate. Cost can fluctuate depending on the facility used (hospital vs. office) and the geographic region. The ASPS and ASAPS website have wonderful resources on pricing based on geographic region.
In Houston, Texas, a standard abdominoplasty runs from 7-10k. Cost can go up or down significantly depending on whether a mini tummy tuck or bodylift is necessary. Also, I routinely use liposuction for optimal contouring, which can affect the overall price depending on time necessary.
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Costs for tummy tuck
The total costs for abdominal contouring will depend on the procedure(s) you will need. It could be a tummy tuck, an extended tummy tuck, and may require adjunctive liposuction as well. The total costs will be a total of your surgeon's fees + operating room/facility fees + anesthesia fees + a possible overnight stay charge if required. The total cost will likely range between 6 to 12k depending on these factors. Please visit with a board certified plastic surgeon to learn more about your options
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Saggy tummy skin after c section
At the very least, you will need a scar revision but would most likely benefit from a mini/full tummy tuck. Depending on the surgery, costs will vary from 2-12,000 USD.
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Tummy Tuck Cost
Check for cost information with surgeons in your area. My advice however is to shop surgeon and shop results, don't shop technique, and don't shop cost. The lowest up front price may be the most expensive surgery you ever have if you develop complications, problems, and/or a poor result. Go for quality. You'll forget about what you paid in a few years, but you'll see your result daily for the rest of your life.
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Cost of Tummy Tuck
There are wide variations in the costs for tummy tucks and other aesthetic surgeries which are mainly geographical. The cost in Huntsville (and in Louisville) likely will be a great deal less than it would be on either coast. You should be able to obtain an estimate of the costs which you will incur by phoning plastic surgeons offices, but remember that you probably would not want the cheapest surgeon in town operating on you if you are having brain or heart surgery.
Cost for Tummy Tuck
Each surgeon selects their own fees, but in Huntsville, AL the average cost for a tummy tuck procedure done in an outpatient surgery center would be ~$7,000. There may also be the need for a night of overnight care at a hospital or a recovery center which should be factored in to the total cost.
How Much Does Tummy Tuck Cost
Fee range is from $5,000 to $12,000 in USA. Seek well qualified and experienced PS. From MIAMI DR. Darryl j. Blinski
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