Breaking down the Benefits
Because tissue is removed from a restricted area, your doctor can create a small and easily concealed incision just above the pubic bone.
Less Time off Your Feet
As a limited version of a full tummy tuck, this procedure is less invasive and consequently requires much less time to recover from.
Unless you become pregnant or regain substantial weight, the results of your mini tummy tuck are usually permanent.
I don't really understand how a mini and full tummy tuck differ...
If I get a mini tummy tuck, what will my results look like?
Can I Afford a Mini Tummy Tuck?
Even if a mini tummy tuck seems better suited to your goals than a traditional tummy tuck, you may still hesitate over the cost: on average, the procedure costs between $4,000 to $15,000.
While the procedure is typically considered cosmetic and not covered by insurance, your doctor should be able to arrange a financing plan so that you can pay affordable installments over time.
So what can I expect during the procedure?
How Do a Mini and Traditional Tummy Tuck Differ?
Are there any other options?
Liposuction: A Minimally Invasive Alternative
Other than a full tummy tuck, the most popular alternative to a mini tummy tuck is liposuction. This procedure is designed to remove small pockets of fat. However, because it cannot repair damaged muscles or trim excess skin, it is usually recommended to patients frustrated by isolated areas of fat rather than those dealing with considerable weight loss or the after-effects of pregnancy.
Refine Your Body
A mini tummy tuck offers an effective, targeted treatment for small areas of concern on the lower abdomen. Schedule a consultation with your doctor to discuss your options and determine if the procedure is right for you.
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