The question most frequently asked at Surgispa is: “How much does breast augmentation surgery cost?” This isn’t surprising, since breast augmentation is the most commonly performed procedure at my Las Vegas and Henderson locations. During a client’s consultation, I take the time to go over details so there are no surprises. This includes cost, which typically ranges from $4,600 to $6,000. This price range includes anesthesia and facility fees. We also offer simple financing options. Every woman’s body and desired result are different, but there are a few vital factors that contribute to the cost of all breast procedures.
Breast augmentation cost depends on 5 main factors:
This depends on how complicated the surgery will be and the amount of time it will take to complete. Surgeons with more experience and expertise may charge a higher fee than a surgeon with less experience.
There are a wide range of breast implants to choose from. Saline implants are the most affordable, and cohesive silicone implants (gummy bear implants) are more costly.
Clients may opt for other surgeries in addition to breast implants. The most popular include breast lift, tummy tuck, and liposuction (as in a mommy makeover, for example).
During your consultation, we’ll talk about other costs associated with your breast augmentation surgery, which will include preoperative clearance if needed, medications, and a compression bra. All follow-up appointments are free for one year after surgery.
I also have a unique open-door policy for postoperative clients. They are always welcome to stop by the office so I can answer any questions or address concerns.
Financing can make it easy on your budget
While I always recommend choosing a plastic surgeon based on the doctor’s credentials, procedure cost is also a necessary consideration. Qualified SurgiSpa patients can finance their procedures through CareCredit® to spread the cost out over time with affordable monthly payments. Financing assistance can include no-interest options or fixed monthly payments to fit a variety of financial situations.