One of the most obviously affected areas of a woman’s body, when she has children, is her tummy. As the protective barrier, the womb where her precious baby is growing, mom’s stomach gets stretched to the limit. Even worse than the incessant tummy rubbing during pregnancy is the sad fact that your abdomen remains distended after giving birth. There are a variety of abdominal contouring procedures which can help your stomach area recover post baby, such as:
Breastfeeding is the best option for your baby. It is good for your health too. However, it does not do much for the appearance of your bosom! You may be shocked at how deflated and sagging they have become when you compare it to the voluptuousness you enjoyed during pregnancy and breastfeeding. The good news is that surgical correction of these typical changes can easily be done by:
Being a new mother is a joyous experience. It is also overwhelming, exhausting, and all-encompassing. There are various other mommy makeover plastic surgery procedures which will help you find your mojo again.
Average Mommy Makeover Cost
Mommy makeover surgery is a great investment if you want to get your body back after pregnancy and childbirth. Here is a brief breakdown of what is involved in the cost:
- Fees for Anesthesia
- Surgical facility costs – operating room, etc.
- Costs for any Medical Tests required
- Post Surgery Garments
- Post Surgery Prescriptions for medication
- Plastic Surgeon fee
The cost will vary based on the procedure(s) selected for your Mommy Makeover. The average cost provided below is as per information provided by American Society of Plastic Surgeons for 2016 and does not include anesthesia, operating room facilities or other related expenses:
Full Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck): $5,798
liposuction, excision of excess skin, tightening of fascia and re-positioning of the umbilicus.
Liposuction allows minimally invasive contouring to create the ideal abdominal contour for every patient.
Breast Augmentation: $3,719
Restoring and enhancing volume, refilling of the skin redundancy and lifting of the nipple and areola can all be achieved with implant placement.
Breast lift for women who have skin laxity and redundancy without significant volume loss; or women who do not want prosthetic implants.
Breast Reduction: $5,631
Lifting the breast higher on the chest, reducing excess skin, and reducing and repositioning the nipple and areola.