Mommy Makeover Tummy Tuck, Prices & Photos

What is a Mommy Makeover Tummy Tuck?

In a mommy makeover tummy tuck, you get a set of procedures used to treat areas of the body after pregnancy. A cosmetic surgeon or  board-certified plastic surgeon may suggest breast lift or breast augmentation options in addition to the mommy makeover tummy tuck.

The main difference between a tummy tuck and a mommy makeover tummy tuck is the focus on women following childbirth and the combination of another mommy makeover procedure.

How is the The Mommy Makeover Tummy Tuck Performed?

In a Mommy Makeover Tummy Tuck, the tummy tuck surgeon makes a long incision from one hip bone to the other, along the bikini-line. Another incision is made around your belly button to free it from the surrounding skin. The surgeon lifts the flap of abdominal skin. They connect the weakened or torn muscles so your belly is thin and you can begin to see results from exercise once again. The surgeon then stretches your skin down and past the incision line. They suture your abdomen, and then cut away the excess skin and tissue. Finally, the surgeon marks where they want to place your belly button and they reposition it.  

This procedure is then followed by another surgery such as breast augmentation, such as a breast lift or any other surgery determined by the mommy and her doctor. Each mommy makeover is different depending on her needs and her desired outcome.

What are the Advantages to the Mommy Makeover Tummy Tuck?

One of the biggest advantages of the mommy makeover tummy tuck is the convenience. Mother's usually like the fact they receive a total body contour. 
Another bonus is the recovery time is shared with another procedure.

What are Disadvantages to the Mommy Makeover Tummy Tuck?

The biggest disadvantage for a mommy makeover tummy tuck is the scar from hip to hip. There is also a higher risk with multiple surgeries. Last, surgery recovery can take several weeks.