Are you interested in undergoing breast augmentation surgery, but not sure how much you should budget for?
We’ve got answers. Take a look at how much breast augmentation costs, including how to tell if this popular cosmetic procedure is a good choice for you!
The Average Cost of Breast Augmentation Surgery
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the average cost of breast augmentation surgery in 2018 was $3,824. This cost doesn’t include fees associated with your implants, surgical center, general anesthesia, or prescription medication fees.
What Influences My Breast Augmentation Cost?
While the average cost of breast augmentation surgery can give you a better idea of what to budget, the truth is that there are many factors that could impact the final cost of your specific surgery.
These factors include:
- Your plastic surgeon’s experience levels and expertise
- Your plastic surgeon’s practice location
- The type of implant you choose
- Whether a breast lift will be needed as well as an implant
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Am I a Good Candidates for Breast Augmentation?
You’re a good candidate for breast augmentation surgery if you meet any of the following criteria:
- You feel unhappy about the size or shape of your breasts
- You feel self-conscious about your asymmetrical breasts, or you are bothered by one breast being a cup size larger than the other
- You’ve always dreamed of increasing your breast size
- You’re a healthy nonsmoker with realistic expectations for the outcome of your procedure
Does any of the above sound familiar? Then we recommend scheduling a breast augmentation consultation, where you can meet your plastic surgeon, ask questions about your surgery, and get a final price for the cost of your breast augmentation procedure.
Got my measurements done last night and I’m now a 30 DD or a 32 D. Which is roughly the same as a 34 C! I think anywhere in the 350-400 cc range would’ve gotten me here, and I’m very happy with my 371’s. Can’t believe the difference. I was wearing 32 B bras before but didn’t fill them out, they were mostly pre-pregnancy bras. Because my chest is wide even though I wear a smaller band size, A cups cut into my side boob but B cups gapped at the top. I didn’t buy any bras because I want to wait another few weeks until they are finished settling. A really great measurement guide can be found on the reddit forum abrathatfits. All you need is soft measuring tape!