For women who are unhappy with their breast size or shape, breast implants can give a huge boost of confidence and self-esteem, along with increasing their sense of femininity. But if you’ve started researching breast augmentation, then one of the first things you’ve probably looked at is breast implant cost. Women who visit for their complimentary consultation often have a range of prices that they’ve seen online or heard from friends or family. However, a variety of factors go into the final, total cost for breast implants–which we discuss below. If you’re considering breast augmentation but are wondering how much breast implants cost, the best thing to do is to give us a call today at (817) 529-9199.
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How to Get Started With Us
When you call us, you’ll get to talk with our warm and welcoming staff. We love getting calls from our new patients. During your initial consultation, you’ll get to talk with your doctor about your goals for the procedure, as well as your medical history. Your surgeon will also take the time to answer all of your questions and address any of your concerns. Plus, if you’re still unsure after your first consultation, we’ll even schedule a second consultation free of charge. We are committed to ensuring you feel 100% comfortable with every step of the process.
Give us a call today at (817) 529-9199, and we’ll get your journey started.
What Are the Major Factors for Breast Implant Cost?
Patients often come to us hoping for a specific dollar estimate for their breast implants. Unfortunately, giving that kind of specific figure is practically impossible when it comes to medical procedures like breast augmentation. There are too many different factors that are either unknown or unique to you that go into determining the final cost of the operation.
Type of Breast Implants
There are several different types of breast implants that women can choose from: saline, silicone gel, or cohesive silicone gel (“gummy bear”) implants. Of course, each of these types of implants can vary in cost. Saline implants tend to cost less because the technology has been around longer. The newest type of implant, the gummy bear type, is usually the most expensive.
Regarding breast implant costs, women will pay a different amount than someone in another state. This is due to the different rates that surgeons and hospitals charge nationwide.
Surgery and Hospital-Related Charges
Some of the biggest unknown expenses are related to your care in the hospital and other costs related to the surgery. This includes things like tests, anesthesia, post-surgical garments, and much more.
Of course, your surgeon will charge a fee for their skill, knowledge, and time–which can also vary depending on the type of operation, how long it takes, and if there are any complications.
There are also some other costs that patients may not have considered. For example, your doctor will often prescribe medication after the surgery to help manage pain which may also add to the final cost.
Can Health Insurance Reduce Breast Implant Cost?
Patients that elect to get breast augmentation will usually end up paying for it out of pocket. Health insurance often does not cover elective breast augmentation surgery, and they may not even cover breast surgery to correct certain illnesses. However, health insurance may sometimes cover breast reduction or a correction for a mastectomy. You should review your health insurance benefits and talk with your provider before making any elective surgery decision.
Financing for Breast Implants
MP Plastic Surgery offers all patients the opportunity to finance the cost of their operation. During your consultation, your doctor will discuss your financing options in great detail with you.
Why Work With Us
Our doctors understand that any decision that impacts your appearance is incredibly personal and important. Sometimes, patients don’t get all the information they need in one visit, or they have additional questions. That’s why we’ll schedule a second, complimentary consultation for you if you’re still uncertain about moving forward.
The second reason is his honesty and transparency. If one of our patients isn’t a good candidate for a procedure or he believes that the procedure is unsafe for their health, we tell them, and we explain why. This kind of honesty is critical to making wise and safe decisions for our patients. Give us a call today at (817) 529-9199.