Factors that Influence the Final Cost
While the average price of a mommy makeover is not available, there are several factors that will influence the final price you pay. These include:
As you might expect, the more experience a provider has (and the better their reputation), the more they can charge for a mommy makeover. Patients are often willing to pay premiums to access experienced surgeons because it improves the chances of a favorable outcome. Some choose less experienced providers to lower costs, but the results may be disappointing.
Location of Practice
Clinics have to charge patients fees to cover their basic costs, and these can vary substantially from location to location. So the location of the practice can influence the price you pay considerably.
Coastal cities, for instance, tend to have much higher rents and wages than rural inland areas. So practices in these locations have to charge patients more, on average, to cover their expenses.
Miscellaneous Surgical Expenses
Lastly, mommy makeovers typically come with additional surgical expenses that add to the cost. Direct fees including the surgeon’s fee and hospital or surgical facility costs. Other fees you may have to pay separately for include anesthesia, post-surgery garments, and prescription medications. If you are unsure of costs, you can ask the practice to provide you with an itemized list.