Pay now, or pay later?

 

Most surgeons will require 100% payment prior to performing breast augmentation surgery. Your particular surgery may cost higher or lower, depending on the complexity of the procedure. In addition to surgery costs (including the facility, surgeon, and anesthesia fees), there will usually be additional fees for labs and medications required for after surgery. All fees, payment arrangements, and options canl be discussed during the consultation appointment.

 

Will insurance plan cover the costs of my surgery?

 

No. Breast augmentation is considered aesthetic surgery. As a rule, insurance companies will not subsidize any amount of your surgery.

 

Are there risks involved?

 

As with any surgery, there will alwyas be a small percentage of risk.

 

Thousands of successful surgeries are performed every week in the United States. There are a small percentage of patients who may experience an adverse reaction to the anesthetic or can be affected by postoperative complications such as infection blood clots, or poor healing. These problems can occur even if the surgeon performs the operation with the utmost skill. Since smoking can interfere with proper healing and aspirin may increase the risk of increased bleeding, you will be advised to avoid both before and after surgery. No surgeon can offer risk-free surgery or guarantee a perfect result.

 

How long is recovery?

 

In general, you should avoid strenuous exercise. You should also avoid other activities that raise your blood pressure (including the simple act of bending) for several weeks after surgery. It also takes time for the visible signs of healing to subside (such as swelling and bruising). You can't expect to see final results of your surgery right away. Plan your social activities to allow sufficient time for proper recovery. - edit done