Mommy Makeover Price
A mommy makeover restores the shape and appearance of a woman’s body after she is done having children. These procedures are very common, as today’s women want to stay young and feel young. By getting their bodies back to their pre-pregnancy shape (and fixing other areas that need attention), women are able to feel the best they ever have!
If you are considering having a mommy makeover done, one of the first questions you probably have is price. According to one article, 62 percent of women say they would have a mommy makeover if cost wasn’t an issue. Understanding how these procedures are priced out and how you can manage costs is important, as you might find that a mommy makeover is more affordable than you thought.
What is the Average Cost of a Mommy Makeover in San Francisco?
On average, mommy makeovers cost between $10,000 and $30,000+. However, this is a very broad price range, as it all depends on what procedures you are having done and the surgeon you choose. Generally, experienced, board-certified plastic surgeons charge more for their services. This isn’t to say that they are better than other surgeons, but you can expect to pay more for experience and board certification.
Dr. Shahin Javaheri is double board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology (ENT). Prices through SF Plastic Surgeon are competitive and in line with the San Francisco area. To determine how much a mommy makeover will cost you, schedule a consultation and Dr. Shahin Javaheri will break down the costs based on your individual needs and goals.
Types of Procedures that May be Included in a Mommy Makeover
One of the reasons why mommy makeovers vary in price is because there are many different procedures you can have done. Some women only need a breast lift and a tummy tuck, while others opt for full breast reconstruction, vaginal rejuvenation and liposuction.
The more work you have done, the more you can expect to pay for the procedure. With this in mind, it’s also more cost effective to have everything done at the same time, as this results in lower costs for anesthesia, the operating room and the surgeon.
Here are the most common procedures that may be included in your mommy makeover, as well as their average costs. Keep in mind that these costs are for the procedure only and do not include anesthesia or operating room expenses.
- Breast augmentation ($5,000-$10,000). Breast augmentation uses breast implants or fat transfer to increase the size of your breasts. This procedure can also add fullness to the breasts after pregnancy.
- Breast lift ($5,000-$10,000). A breast lift removes excess skin and tightens the surrounding tissues to reshape and support the breasts. Breast lifts are extremely popular, outpacing breast implants 2-to-1.
- Buttock augmentation ($5,000+). A buttock enhancement improves the size, contour and shape of the butt. One of the most popular procedures is a Brazilian butt lift, a type of specialized fat transfer that does not involve implants.
- Tummy tuck ($6,000+). A tummy tuck removes excess skin and fat from the stomach area, while also creating a smoother, firmer profile. Even with a strong workout program, many women are unable to achieve their desired results without a tummy tuck.
- Liposuction ($3,500+). Liposuction removes excess fat to slim and reshape areas of the body. It also improves body contours for a smooth profile. Some of the most common areas for fat transfer are the thighs, hips and buttocks, abdomen and waist, upper arms and calves and ankles.
- Vaginal rejuvenation ($3,000+). Vaginal rejuvenation covers a few different procedures, including labiaplasty, clitoral hood reduction and vaginoplasty. It’s important to discuss the different procedures with Dr. Shahin Javaheri to determine which one will reach your goals.
What Other Fees Should I Account For?
The above costs are for the procedure only. Be sure to talk to your surgeon about other related expenses, such as anesthesia costs, surgical facility fees, surgeon’s fees, post-procedure medications and post-surgery garments. Living in a large city like San Francisco, you can expect these prices to be more than the national average. San Francisco has a high cost of living that translates to medical services as well.
Even though mommy makeovers can be expensive, we encourage clients to look beyond price. Paying for a cheaper surgeon can lead to costly problems down the road, plus put your health in jeopardy. Even though mommy makeovers are generally safe, they are still surgeries that can lead to complications.
The American Academy of Plastic Surgeons recommends choosing a surgeon who is certified by a well-respected organization like the American Board of Plastic Surgery. This certification ensures the surgeon has received the proper training and experience to handle complications and deliver superior results. This qualification is not easily obtained and requires a high level of training and education.
How Can I Manage the Cost of a Mommy Makeover?
If you’re unhappy with your post-baby body and are having a hard time achieving the results you want with diet and exercise, it’s worth looking into the costs of a mommy makeover. Once you get the total price, you can then work out a financial plan that makes sense for you and your family. It’s important to feel good about yourself!
For example, SF Plastic Surgeon offers two financing plans to our clients – Alphaeon Credit and Prosper Healthcare Lending. You can apply for these financing plans directly online. We find that many clients feel less overwhelmed when they see the payments broken down over a span of time.
You can also use a credit card to finance your mommy makeover, which is a very popular option. It’s typically easy to qualify for, and sometimes you can get interest-free payments for a short period of time. Specifically, CareCredit is a medical credit card designed for medical expenses. It offers introductory interest rates from 6 months to 2 years.
Will Insurance Help Pay for Any Part of My Procedure?
Mommy makeovers are considered cosmetic procedures, so they’re not covered by insurance. The only time insurance will pay for these surgeries is if you have a medical reason for removing excess fat or skin. It’s also important to know that insurance may not cover complications from the procedure. For example, if you get a breast infection after having breast augmentation, you’ll have to pay for medical care out of pocket.
Additionally, if you get silicone breast implants as part of your mommy makeover, it is recommended to have an MRI done three years after the surgery and every two years after that. Silicone implants can leak without you knowing, which is why the MRIs are highly recommended. These imaging scans are not covered by insurance (in this case), so be sure to budget for them as well. We don’t want our clients to skip their MRIs due to cost.
Schedule a Consultation for a Mommy Makeover Today
Before you start worrying about the cost of a mommy makeover, schedule a consultation with Dr. Shahin Javaheri to discuss your options. You really won’t know what the final numbers are until you talk to a qualified surgeon who can address your needs and the procedures that will help you reach your goals.
Consultations through SF Plastic Surgeon are free and no obligation, so there’s no risk in chatting with our doctor. Dr. Shahin Javaheri wants you to have all the information you need to make an informed decision that makes you feel happy and confident – the first steps towards your new body!
Mommy Makeover Price FAQs
The overall cost for mommy makeover surgery can range from $10,000 to $30,000.
The mommy makeover is for women who want to regain what’s been lost following pregnancy, gravity, and aging.
Insurance companies will not pay for a mommy makeover plastic surgery unless there is a health related reason you need to remove fat or skin from your tummy area.
A “mommy makeover” typically includes several cosmetic procedures, such as a tummy tuck, a breast-lift with or without implants, and liposuction.