Are you interested in the cost of breast augmentation? There are many factors that determine the total cost of breast augmentation. Depending on implants used, anesthesia, facilities, etc., the average total cost of a breast augmentation is between $6,600 and $7,300 but could fall outside of that range. As one of Dr. Ronald Schuster’s valued patients, you will receive a personalized quote and one of our surgical coordinators will go over it in detail with you. We will make sure that your breast augmentation is affordable and provide you with the best financing and payment options available.
The cost of your breast augmentation procedure will depend on the following:
The type of implant being used. The approximate cost of a breast augmentation based on the implant used is:
- $6,700 for saline implants
- $7,200 for Gel/silicone Implants
- $7,300 Ideal® implants
- $8,000-$12,000 for breast augmentation with fat transfer
- $12,000 for breast augmentation with lift
Prices reflect all charges, including the surgeon’s fees, anesthesia, facility fees, and the cost of the implants. These prices are subject to change and should only be used as a reference.
There are other cost-related factors to consider beyond the price of the procedure itself. Surgery is an investment and while the cost is a major factor it should not necessarily be the deciding factor. Results should outweigh the monetary concerns. That’s why choosing a board-certified plastic surgeon like Dr. Schuster with years of experience is crucial. The potential for revisions. Having your breast augmentation performed by a skilled plastic surgeon will save you money in the long run. An inexperienced surgeon may cost less upfront, but if they botch your breast augmentation, you will need a breast implant revision. After the failed surgery and revision, you could end up paying much much more.
Costs associated with the recovery process. Recovery can come at a “cost” as well. It is important to be prepared for emotional, physical, and time-related costs. It is important to set yourself up with the necessary support system in place. Make sure friends and family are able to be readily available to help with childcare, housework, and physical and emotional support. Be prepared to miss out on any regular activities for a few weeks while you heal. Once recovery is complete, you’ll be cleared to resume the full range of work, social, and lifestyle activities.
Since breast augmentation is an investment, you should always choose a board-certified plastic surgeon who will get it right the first time. This will not only reduce the risk of complications but also leave you with a look you love.
Have Additional Questions About Breast Augmentation? Contact Us Today
If you are considering breast augmentation surgery and want to know what options are available within your budget, call us today at 410-902-9800 to schedule a consultation. We welcome patients living in Baltimore, Owings Mills, Towson, and throughout Maryland. Virtual consultations are available for patients located out-of-town.