Mommy Makeover

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Mommy Makeover The term "Mommy Makeover" refers to a group of plastic surgery procedures for women looking to restore or improve their post-pregnancy bodies. Oftentimes, pregnancy and breastfeeding result in weight gain, sagging breasts, and other physical affects that can leave mothers feeling less than refreshed. Mommy Makeovers can include a range of procedures, but often include breast augmentation, liposuction, and a tummy tuck. Mommy Makeovers usually involve getting all of the procedures at once, or over a short period of time.
Typical Minimum Cost of Mommy Makeover (based on national averages):
$9,000.00
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Typical Maximum Cost of Mommy Makeover (based on national averages):
$19,000.00
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National Average Cost of Mommy Makeover:
$14,000.00
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Time Required for Mommy Makeover:
The time required for a Mommy Makeover will vary depending on how many procedures the patient is choosing to have done. On average, Mommy Makeovers that are completed in one session take between 2 and 3 hours.
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Is Mommy Makeover an InPatient or OutPatient Procedure?
Mommy Makeover is an outpatient procedure.
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What are the Side Effects of Mommy Makeover?
Side effects of a Mommy Makeover include bruising, swelling, numbness, and pain during recovery.
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How Long do Mommy Makeover results last?
Mommy Makeovers should last for many years after the surgery. Of course, upkeep in the form of proper diet and nutrition can help make liposuction benefits last.
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What is the recovery time for Mommy Makeover?
Most Mommy Makeover patients will be bedridden for about a week. Avoid heavy lifting and exercise for six weeks. Overall swelling can take as long as three to six months to completely subside.
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Will my insurance company cover Mommy Makeover?
Since a Mommy Makeover is considered a cosmetic procedure, it probably won't be covered by insurance. The exception is if a breast reduction is included in your Mommy Makeover. Some insurance will partially or fully cover the expense of a breast reduction if it can be considered a medical procedure.
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What types of anesthesia is necessary for Mommy Makeover?
Mommy Makeovers use general anesthesia.
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What else can I combine Mommy Makeover with?
Botox, lip injections, Brazilian butt lift, and more.
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Are there less invasive alternatives to Mommy Makeover?

VelaShape™

Mesotherapy

Laser Liposuction


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