Last fact-checked: 14 March 2020
Find out about mommy makeovers in Tijuana if you’re looking for affordable options to get your body back into shape after pregnancy.
Even after rigorous exercise and dieting, many moms still struggle to get their pre-pregnancy shape back. However, breasts, the tummy and other areas can be fixed with a mommy makeover – all in one go!
The surgery is expensive for most of us, but travelling abroad to places like Tijuana can reduce your outlay by at least 50%, making the surgery much more of a viable option.
With Medical Departures you can find quality-checked surgeons and clinics in Tijuana that you can rely on. Our background checks mean that you are assured of good standards that are comparable with anything you would receive at home - from the expertise of the surgeons to the hygiene and safety measures employed.
Mexico has some excellent healthcare facilities, but standards do vary. In metropolitan areas such as Tijuana, and especially because the city is so near to the US-Mexico border, there are a great many facilities that cater to international patients. However, it is imperative you take measures to ascertain your surgeon and clinic is up to the job.
Our quality-checks take in legal/criminal records, as well as verifying professional registrations, qualifications and affiliate memberships of medical staff. Site visits and collection of patient testimonials also form part of the process, and if we’re satisfied with what we see, we list the clinic on our website, together with virtual video tours and high-definition photos of the clinics. This makes it easier for patients to see what they’re getting, and make an informed decision about who and where to book with.
We pride ourselves on being transparent, offering a dependable way of booking your surgery abroad. No additional fees are added, although you will need to have a proper consultation with your surgeon before the final price is confirmed.
The savings on the cost of a mommy makeover in Tijuana is normally what initially prompts most patients, especially from the US, to consider traveling here. Booking with Medical Departures guarantees you the best prices – so ask us for a free quote to compare.
You can also get started now by checking out these leading facilities in Tijuana for mommy makeovers:
The time is variable, depending on what procedures you include in your mommy makeover procedure. Most include a tummy tuck, and you could well be having breast augmentation, butt or thigh surgery and/or liposuction. With this in consideration, you mommy makeover is likely to take several hours.
Your surgeon will be able to give you a more accurate timeframe after you book through our site and we put you both in touch.
Mommy makeovers are major surgery; as it encompasses different parts of the body, you will experience some discomfort, especially in the days following surgery. You will be given pain relief but will feel stiff and tender, possibly for a number of weeks.
You will heal gradually during the weeks after surgery and will find you can do a little more each day. Even when you feel a lot better after a few weeks you will need to take it easy and avoid vigorous exercise, heavy lifting and anything strenuous until six weeks.
Mommy Makeovers cost, on average between $8,000 - $10,000 in Tijuana, compared to $15,000 - $20,000 in the United States, but this is dependent upon the procedures you include.
[Please note: these prices are approximate estimates based on international data, calculated at the time of writing.]
Find out more and see what’s available at our quality-checked clinics.
Book you mommy makeovers in Tijuana directly through our site or via our Customer Care Team and look forward to saving thousands on the price of this normally expensive surgery.
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