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How Much Does a Tummy Tuck Cost?

Are you working hard to get rid of that extra tummy pooch, but you’re frustrated by lack of results?

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Why Can’t I Get Rid of My Tummy Pooch?

It’s not your fault. Stubborn tummy pooches and tires – especially those that result from pregnancy and/or getting older – are often signs of abdominal damage. That means some abdominal muscles may not be laying in their naturally flat position; as a result, they create a “pooch”, especially between the belly button and pubic mound. Bottom line: This tummy pooch can’t be targeted through diet and exercise alone, because it’s not an excess fat issue; it’s a structural one.  That’s why a tummy tuck is the best answer for getting rid of a tummy pooch. This cosmetic surgery – also known as an abdominoplasty – is a surgical solution that aims to repair and re-flatten damaged abdominal muscles, thus helping patients get their youthful, pre-baby bodies back.  A tummy tuck can also be combined with liposuction to deliver best results.  

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How Much Does a Tummy Tuck Cost?

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the average cost of a tummy tuck is $6,253. This is the baseline cost, as this estimate does not include important factors such as:
  • The cost-of-living index where your plastic surgeon is located
  • The skills and expertise of your plastic surgeon
  • General anesthesia costs
  • Surgical center fees
  • And more
Tummy tuck surgery is definitely a procedure where you want to find the most qualified plastic surgeon possible, even if the tummy tuck cost may be a little high. After all, this person will be responsible for your health, well-being, and safety – and that’s not something you can just put a price tag on!   “After losing 87 pounds I decided I would treat myself and get a tummy tuck that I have been wanting for some time. I researched and thought Dr Scot Brenman would be best. Well suffice it to say I am not thrilled with my results. Ultimately my tummy is flatter which was what I wanted but my belly button is 2 inches above the incision line which I hate! He promised lipo which til this day I’m betting he didn’t do! Also his aftercare was thee WORSE! He never followed up with me after the removal of my drains! No way will he receive another one of my hard earned dimes!” *
This visit was a pleasure! Dr. Brenman thoroughly explained my options and did seem rushed. He answered all my questions and made me comfortable with making my decision. Gina was friendly and helpful in facilitating scheduling etc. I feel confident in my choice.
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Schedule your complimentary consultation at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Scott Brenman in Philadelphia and Plymouth Meeting, PA. Please call (267) 687-2180 and our staff will gladly offer you a convenient appointment in the near future. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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