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Dr. Marlon O. Lajo
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$2,859
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Dr. Marlon O. Lajo
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Adraneda Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery
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Adraneda Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery
Adraneda Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery
Adraneda Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery
Adraneda Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery
Adraneda Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery
5.0
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Asian Hospital and Medical Center
MyMeditravel Metro Manila, Philippines
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Asian Hospital and Medical Center
Asian Hospital and Medical Center
Asian Hospital and Medical Center
Asian Hospital and Medical Center
Asian Hospital and Medical Center
3.2
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The Medical City
MyMeditravel Metro Manila, Philippines
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The Medical City
The Medical City
The Medical City
The Medical City
The Medical City
3.1
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JMW Plastic Surgery
MyMeditravel Pangasinan, Philippines
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JMW Plastic Surgery
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Borough Medical Care Institute
MyMeditravel Agusan del Norte, Philippines
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Borough Medical Care Institute
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Shimca Cosmetic Surgery Clinic
MyMeditravel Metro Manila, Philippines
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Shimca Cosmetic Surgery Clinic
Shimca Cosmetic Surgery Clinic
5.0
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Aesthetic Science Clinic
MyMeditravel Metro Manila, Philippines
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Aesthetic Science Clinic
4.3
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Aesthetic Science Makati
MyMeditravel Metro Manila, Philippines
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Aesthetic Science Makati
4.3
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J P Sioson General Hospital
MyMeditravel Agusan del Norte, Philippines
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J P Sioson General Hospital
J P Sioson General Hospital
J P Sioson General Hospital
1.0
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Citimedic Specialty Clinic and Laboratory
MyMeditravel Cagayan, Philippines
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Citimedic Specialty Clinic and Laboratory
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Dr. Marlon O. Lajo Manila Doctors Hospital
MyMeditravel Metro Manila, Philippines
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Dr. Marlon O. Lajo Manila Doctors Hospital
Dr. Marlon O. Lajo Manila Doctors Hospital
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Dr. Marlon O. Lajo Batangas
MyMeditravel Batangas, Philippines
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Dr. Marlon O. Lajo Batangas
Dr. Marlon O. Lajo Batangas
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Dr. Amy Anti-Aging and Cosmetic surgery Center - Ozamiz
MyMeditravel Agusan del Norte, Philippines
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Dr. Amy Anti-Aging and Cosmetic surgery Center - Ozamiz
Dr. Amy Anti-Aging and Cosmetic surgery Center - Ozamiz
Dr. Amy Anti-Aging and Cosmetic surgery Center - Ozamiz
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Dr. Amy Anti-Aging and Cosmetic surgery Center - Gaisano
MyMeditravel Agusan del Norte, Philippines
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Dr. Amy Anti-Aging and Cosmetic surgery Center - Gaisano
Dr. Amy Anti-Aging and Cosmetic surgery Center - Gaisano
Dr. Amy Anti-Aging and Cosmetic surgery Center - Gaisano
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ART - Active Release Techniques
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WSLO - World Society of Lingual Orthodontics
PBPS - Philippine Board of Plastic Surgery
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PCS - Philippine College of Surgeons
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Everything you'll need to know about Tummy Tuck in Philippines

What is the cost of Tummy Tuck in Philippines?

The price of a Tummy Tuck within Philippines primarily hinges on several elements such as the operating doctor's expertise and credentials, hospital selection, and the intricacies of the operation. It could also fluctuate based on your distinct objectives and the degree of surgical intervention required. Ensure you clarify with your clinic if the cited price includes all facets of patient care, from the initial consultation to follow-up appointments.

Engaging in open conversations with your healthcare provider about the all-inclusive costs is essential. Typically, health insurance won't cover aesthetic surgeries like Tummy Tuck. However, they may partially or completely shoulder the cost if the procedure aims to address health issues such as hernias or skin conditions caused by surplus skin. Hence, a comprehensive discussion with your insurance provider about this matter is absolutely crucial.

What does a Tummy Tuck Procedure Involve?

A tummy tuck procedure will get rid of some of your excess skin and fat and will tighten the muscles in your abdominal wall.

What you need to understand is that a tummy tuck procedure is not an alternative for weight loss or an appropriate exercise program. While its results are significantly permanent, maintaining a positive outcome will require you to have a healthier lifestyle.

Furthermore, this type of treatment procedure is not the same as liposuction. A tummy tuck is a major surgery and not all individuals who wish to undergo it are good candidates. Generally speaking, this specific type of treatment procedure is for both men and women who are in good health. This is also suitable for women who have had more than one pregnancy, as well as both men and women who were formerly obese and still have excess fat and loose skin around their belly area.

You will be advised to postpone your plans for a tummy tuck procedure if you are:

  • Planning to get pregnant - you may want to consider it once you’re done having children. A tummy tuck tightens your vertical muscles and future pregnancies may separate those muscles.
  • Planning to lose weight - tummy tuck should be done after weight loss.

In preparation for a tummy tuck procedure, you will need to have a consultation with your surgeon.  During your consultation, you will be asked about your expected result, goals. Furthermore, your surgeon will also discuss the following options:

  • Partial abdominoplasty (Mini abdominoplasty) - this is for those people who have fat deposits below their navel area. This type of tummy tuck procedure usually lasts about two hours, depending on the case.
  • Complete abdominoplasty - With this type of tummy tuck surgery, an incision is usually from hip bone to hip bone following the contouring of skin, tissue, and muscle as needed. It will also be required to move the patient’s belly button; patients must also have tube drainage under their skin for a few days.

Before your actual surgery, you may be asked to do the following:

  • Quit smoking two weeks before and two weeks after your surgery.
  • Eat well balanced complete meals.
  • Stop taking certain medications before and after your surgery (prescription drugs, herbal medicines, and supplements)

A tummy tuck procedure typically lasts for about one to five hours, depending on your case. You will also be given general anesthesia while you undergo the surgery, meaning, you will be asleep during the whole procedure.

How Long Should You Stay in Philippines?

Depending on the extent of your tummy tuck, you may need to stay in the hospital overnight or leave the hospital on the same day. However, since you have to attend follow-up checkups and allow your body to heal, you have to stay in Philippines for at least 7 days following your discharge from the hospital. Your surgeon will check your overall health and remove the stitches during the follow-up checkups.

What's the Recovery Time for Tummy Tuck Procedures in Philippines?

The recovery period after a tummy tuck depends on various factors, such as your general health, body weight, and age. In general, you may be able to go back to work (if your job does not require a lot of physical activities) and perform light exercises (such as walking) within 2 to 3 weeks after the surgery. You may need to wait for about 6 to 8 weeks until you can go back to your full normal routine, including performing vigorous activities. Still, your body will continue to heal for a few more months, so it’s better to take it easy until your surgeon allows you to return to your full activity.

What sort of Aftercare is Required for Tummy Tuck Procedures in Philippines?

Your surgeon will give you detailed aftercare instructions. To avoid any complications, it is important that you follow them closely. The instructions may include restrictions (such as staying away from alcohol and nicotine), light exercises, and a healthy diet. Your surgeon will also tell you how to find an optimal resting position to make you comfortable during recovery. It is important to keep moving and doing some light exercise after the surgery to keep your blood flowing and reduce the risk of a blood clot.

To maintain the results of your tummy tuck, you need to maintain a well-balanced diet and exercise regularly, at least about 30 to 60 minutes every day. You should also limit your alcohol intake. Staying fit and in shape is the main key to keeping the results for a long time.

What's the Success Rate of Tummy Tuck Procedures in Philippines?

Most patients who have had a tummy tuck reported that they achieve positive results.The Tummy Tuck has exhibited a noteworthy record of success, with a plethora of patients revealing remarkable enhancements in self-concept and perception of physical appearance following the procedure. Nonetheless, it's crucial to harbor genuine prospects and apprehend that the outcomes of the procedure may not always be as anticipated, as they hinge on personal factors such as body framework, genetic inclinations, and lifestyle habits such as exercise and alimentation.

The proficiency of the surgeon and the facilities of the clinic where the procedure transpires greatly influences the success rate. Another pivotal success determinant should be the satisfaction of the patients with the outcomes. Hence, patients are motivated to actively participate in the decision-making procedure, sharing their aspirations and receiving feedback on attainable results.

Only about 3.1% of people developed complications following the surgery.

Are there Alternatives to Tummy Tuck Procedures in Philippines?

While there are non-surgical options that can be considered as an alternative to this type of treatment procedure, it's important to remember that these alternatives will not give you the same results as a tummy tuck. These non-surgical alternatives only give off limited amounts of skin tightening and a small amount of non-surgical fat reduction.

CoolSculpting - in this procedure, your fat cells will be frozen and eventually be eliminated by your body. You will usually see results after a few weeks and its final effects will be shown typically within three months.

SculpSure - unlike CoolSculpting, SculpSure makes use of laser beam light to kill your fat cells. During the procedure, the laser will be used to heat the fat cells to a point of irreversible damage. Once your fat cells are damaged, they will eventually be swept away by your body’s lymphatic system. This procedure is particularly great for the upper and lower abdominal area, as well as flanks. Little to no recovery time is needed, and full results can be seen within 12 weeks after the first treatment.

What are Potential Risks of Tummy Tuck?

Although the success rate is high, you need to be aware that the procedure does have some risks of complications. These include:

  • Seroma (fluid accumulation beneath the skin)
  • Unexpected scarring
  • Poor wound healing
  • Unexpected scarring
  • Tissue damage or death
  • Bleeding
  • Infection
  • An allergic reaction to anesthesia
  • Changes in skin sensation

This is why following your surgeon’s aftercare instruction is very important, as it helps reduce the risk of complications.

Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers

Update: 20/10/2023