Just like any other cosmetic procedure, the cost of your breast augmentation should take into account more than just the surgery itself. In fact, a breast augmentation should be considered an investment in your overall physical, mental, and psychological well-being. As the actress, Blake Lively said, “The most beautiful thing you can wear is confidence.”
We wholeheartedly agree, which is why we encourage our patients to schedule a consultation about those physical areas on their bodies that leave them feeling less than confident, for whatever reason.
Financial Factors Impacting the Overall Cost of a Breast Augmentation
The actual cost of a breast augmentation can vary from patient to patient and range anywhere from $6,000 to upwards of $12,000, as there are several considerations to take into account, such as the type of implant — saline vs. silicone, the level of experience your plastic surgeon brings to the table (literally), along with the expense associated with the requisite anesthesia, and post-surgery medications.
Even geographical location can impact the cost of a breast augmentation. Typically, the larger the city, the more expensive the procedure, compared to those performed in smaller suburban communities.
In other words, the overall cost of a breast augmentation is not a one-size fits all formula.
We invite anyone considering a breast augmentation to schedule a consultation with Dr. Sterling, during which time he will be able to provide you with an estimate of what your specific procedure will cost.
Meet Dr. Sterling
Dr. Daniel A. Sterling is double-board certified by the American Board of Surgery and American Board of Plastic Surgery, giving him experience and training that only a select few physicians share. He treats patients from all over New England, including New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.
Schedule your breast augmentation consultation by calling our office at 603-518-5450 or contacting us online.