Breast Augmentation Costs in Dallas, Texas
- Asked by missy76
- 2 years ago
All Inclusive Breast Augmentation Near Dallas TX Under 5,000? Just trying to see what my options are...after divorce my credit is not good and I need to be able to afford the procedure and not eat ramen noodles for a year!!!
The fees are much different in different regions of the country. Always search out a board certified plastic surgeon with lots of experience. Typically saline implants are less than the silicone gel implants. Sometimes the surgeon can get discounted implants for a patient that has a financial hardship. Its worth asking.
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Make sure you go to a board certified surgeon. Costs in Chicago are typically higher than $5,000 but it does vary in other states. If you have to save up a little more and wait for a great surgeon, it will be worth it to you in the end! Good Luck!
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The price of breast augmentation vary from region to region and doctor to doctor. The cost of breast augmentation includes the following: 1) Surgeon's fee, 2) Implant cost, 3) OR/Facility fee, 4) Anesthesia fee. Different hospitals/surgery centers will offer different pricing for anesthesia and OR fee. In terms of implants, there are two types: silicone and saline. Silicone is usually about $1000 more expensive than saline. Surgeons fee will vary depending on plastic surgeons. Remember to find a board-certified plastic surgeon. It is your body. You should not look for some one cheap but some one well-regarded. Talk to you family and friends who have gotten plastic surgery. Find a well-qualified surgeon that you can connect to. In my area, Houston, breast augmentation ranges $5000 to $6500.
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The fees around he country will vary. In Dallas it may be less than in NYC. You should ask around int he community but do not focus jsut on price to find a surgeon.
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