How much does breast augmentation cost

If you would like bigger breasts, and you’re ready to make a change, breast augmentation can help you achieve the cup size you desire. But one of the first questions you’re likely to ask about the procedure is – how much does breast augmentation cost.

How much does breast augmentation cost

Based on 2018 statistics published by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the average cost of breast augmentation is $3,824. However, the cost can fluctuate for each patient, because there are many different elements that go into breast augmentation surgery.

Factors that affect the cost of breast augmentation

The type of breast implant
Saline implants are less expensive than silicone implants. Whereas silicone implants are filled with silicone gel, saline implants are filled with sterile salt water, and therefore cost less to manufacture.
Experience of the surgeon
The cost of working with a skilled plastic surgeon with extensive experience is usually higher. However, it is essential to choose a board certified plastic surgeon whose approach can achieve the results you desire.
• Geographic location
The cost of living in the city where your surgeon is located, will also impact breast augmentation cost. Breast augmentation is usually more expensive in large metropolitan cities such as New York and Los Angeles, than it is in smaller towns.
Surgery Fees
Anesthesia fees, surgical facility fees, and the cost of post-surgical medications and garments, are some of the other fees that influence the cost of breast augmentation.

Since breast augmentation is an elective procedure it is not usually covered by insurance, but there are financing options available, such as CareCredit.

Would you like to learn more about breast augmentation costs? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Ladera metro area, South Coast Plastic Surgery, Ladera Ranch, CA is our featured practice.

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