What's a ball park cost for Augmentation?

I know there is a vast amount of factors that go into breast augmentation, lifts, and implant manufacturer costs alongside anesthesia, facility, meds, and other costs. But in your experience what is a ball park cost range you typically see for breast augmentation, and breast augmentation + lift. It'd be very helpful if you share a range like 9-10k or 6-7k, etc.
Thanks!

Answers from doctors (27)


Barry J. Kaplan, D.O.

Published on Jun 07, 2016

It is difficult to determine a ball park figure. As noted, cost varies depending on the type of implant (for instance, saline vs. silicone), the surgeon's experience/skill level, the region in which you are having the surgery performed, etc.

However, in our practice, we charge $4,000 (all-inclusive for augmentation) and add $4,000 for mastopexy (lift).

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Answered by Barry J. Kaplan, D.O.

It is difficult to determine a ball park figure. As noted, cost varies depending on the type of implant (for instance, saline vs. silicone), the surgeon's experience/skill level, the region in which you are having the surgery performed, etc.

However, in our practice, we charge $4,000 (all-inclusive for augmentation) and add $4,000 for mastopexy (lift).

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Ralph M. Rosato, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Published on Jun 01, 2016

Price varies around the country. Silicone implants cost more than saline implants. Using a doctor of anesthesia will cost more than using a nurse. Having your surgery in a licensed outpatient facility will cost more than in a physician's office. But remember in all of this that safety comes first, not being penny wise. A bargain priced surgeon may cut corners, and this may lead to a higher risk of complications. I think you are in the ball park with your higher price range for a lift plus augmentation.

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Answered by Ralph M. Rosato, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Price varies around the country. Silicone implants cost more than saline implants. Using a doctor of anesthesia will cost more than using a nurse. Having your surgery in a licensed outpatient facility will cost more than in a physician's office. But remember in all of this that safety comes first, not being penny wise. A bargain priced surgeon may cut corners, and this may lead to a higher risk of complications. I think you are in the ball park with your higher price range for a lift plus augmentation.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Kenneth L. Stein M.D. FACS

Published on May 23, 2016

The cost of a breast augmentation and lift is about $9-$10K.

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Answered by Kenneth L. Stein M.D. FACS

The cost of a breast augmentation and lift is about $9-$10K.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Edward Domanskis M.D.

Published on May 03, 2016

As you mentioned, there are many factors, some of which you have mentioned. The range can be between $5,000-8,000.

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Answered by Edward Domanskis M.D.

As you mentioned, there are many factors, some of which you have mentioned. The range can be between $5,000-8,000.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Michael L. Eisemann, M.D., P.A., F.A.C.S

Published on Sep 30, 2015

The fee for the Breast Augmentation Surgery, including the implants, anesthesia and facility ranges $6,000- $ 7,800. This fee includes all of your postoperative care for the remaining year. We are presently having a "Special Savings Event" for Breast Augmentation. The special savings fees of $6500.00 include Dr. Eisemann's professional fees, the silicone gel implants, the facility fees at the Eisemann Plastic Surgery Center and your post operative care. This offer is time sensitive, so please call today for an appointment.

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Answered by Michael L. Eisemann, M.D., P.A., F.A.C.S

The fee for the Breast Augmentation Surgery, including the implants, anesthesia and facility ranges $6,000- $ 7,800. This fee includes all of your postoperative care for the remaining year. We are presently having a "Special Savings Event" for Breast Augmentation. The special savings fees of $6500.00 include Dr. Eisemann's professional fees, the silicone gel implants, the facility fees at the Eisemann Plastic Surgery Center and your post operative care. This offer is time sensitive, so please call today for an appointment.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Steely Plastic Surgery

Published on Sep 25, 2015

Augmentation costs can vary widely depending upon area of the country, surgeon experience, and implant type used. In a large city with an experienced surgeon, turnkey costs for saline implant can be around 6000, silicone around 7000, and the new anatomic high cohesive gel implants can make costs run over 8000. adding a lift can add several thousand dollars to a procedure depending upon the type of lift needed.
Do not pick you surgeon solely upon price- you are gambling with your outcome. Pick a surgeon that listens to your needs in consultation, seems to have a competent office staff, and has evidence of dedicating the majority of his/her practice to cosmetic breast surgery.

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Answered by Steely Plastic Surgery

Augmentation costs can vary widely depending upon area of the country, surgeon experience, and implant type used. In a large city with an experienced surgeon, turnkey costs for saline implant can be around 6000, silicone around 7000, and the new anatomic high cohesive gel implants can make costs run over 8000. adding a lift can add several thousand dollars to a procedure depending upon the type of lift needed.
Do not pick you surgeon solely upon price- you are gambling with your outcome. Pick a surgeon that listens to your needs in consultation, seems to have a competent office staff, and has evidence of dedicating the majority of his/her practice to cosmetic breast surgery.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Afshin Farzadmehr, M.D.

Published on Sep 25, 2015

It could start anywhere from $4000 and up depending on what needs to be done and type of implants chosen. I have performed these operations for over 14 years and have offered all range if prices.

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Answered by Afshin Farzadmehr, M.D.

It could start anywhere from $4000 and up depending on what needs to be done and type of implants chosen. I have performed these operations for over 14 years and have offered all range if prices.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


The average costs for breast augmentation vary according to the factors you have listed as well as the region of the country where the surgeon is located. In my practice a breast augmentation with silicone implants ranges from 5,800-7,500 and an augmentation with lift from 7,500 to 10,000.

Answered by Charles A. Messa, III, M.D., F.A.C.S. (View Profile)

The average costs for breast augmentation vary according to the factors you have listed as well as the region of the country where the surgeon is located. In my practice a breast augmentation with silicone implants ranges from 5,800-7,500 and an augmentation with lift from 7,500 to 10,000.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


More About Doctor David A. Bottger, MD

Published on Sep 24, 2015

You have identified accurately the many variables affecting breast augmentation pricing. Having said that, the general range in most cases would be between $6,000 and $9,000.

Answered by David A. Bottger, MD (View Profile)

You have identified accurately the many variables affecting breast augmentation pricing. Having said that, the general range in most cases would be between $6,000 and $9,000.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


The average is so wide that it is pretty meaningless to know. Breast aug on the low end is probably about $4000 and on the high end about $15,000. Aug plus lift would be about $7000 on the low end and $20,000 on the high end. But those are guesses.

Remember, a doctor on the low end could be fantastic and a doctor on the high end totally mediocre. Go to a board certified surgeon who is a member of ASAPS (surgery.org). Meet a couple and make your decision.

If their prices are still too high, don't go to an unqualified non-board certified doctor. The thing to do is go to the local major university hospital that has a plastic surgery training program. Residents in their final months of training, about to go out on their own in the immediate future, do surgery staffed with prominent plastic surgeons from the community. That's my suggestion for well-priced surgery.

Answered by Steven Teitelbaum, M.D.. F.A.C.S (View Profile)

The average is so wide that it is pretty meaningless to know. Breast aug on the low end is probably about $4000 and on the high end about $15,000. Aug plus lift would be about $7000 on the low end and $20,000 on the high end. But those are guesses.

Remember, a doctor on the low end could be fantastic and a doctor on the high end totally mediocre. Go to a board certified surgeon who is a member of ASAPS (surgery.org). Meet a couple and make your decision.

If their prices are still too high, don't go to an unqualified non-board certified doctor. The thing to do is go to the local major university hospital that has a plastic surgery training program. Residents in their final months of training, about to go out on their own in the immediate future, do surgery staffed with prominent plastic surgeons from the community. That's my suggestion for well-priced surgery.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Larry Leverett, MD, FACS

Published on Sep 23, 2015

$5500 - $6000

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Answered by Larry Leverett, MD, FACS

$5500 - $6000

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Stephen Greenberg, MD

Published on Sep 23, 2015

Because I evaluate each case based on individual need, breast augmentation costs can vary . There are other factors that determine the price such as implant type, anesthesia and medication. However the range should be between 6-8k plus 2-3k for the lift.

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Answered by Stephen Greenberg, MD

Because I evaluate each case based on individual need, breast augmentation costs can vary . There are other factors that determine the price such as implant type, anesthesia and medication. However the range should be between 6-8k plus 2-3k for the lift.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Randy Proffitt, MD, F.A.C.S.

Published on Sep 23, 2015

In the Mobile, Alabama area the range for a breast augmentation with saline implants is between $4000 to $5000, all inclusive. the range for augmentation with silicone implants is $5000-6000.

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Answered by Randy Proffitt, MD, F.A.C.S.

In the Mobile, Alabama area the range for a breast augmentation with saline implants is between $4000 to $5000, all inclusive. the range for augmentation with silicone implants is $5000-6000.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Remus Repta M.D.

Published on Sep 23, 2015

Absolutely. Breast augmentation costs will vary between 6 and 9k. Breast augmentation and breast lift together will vary between 10 and 15 k.

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Answered by Remus Repta M.D.

Absolutely. Breast augmentation costs will vary between 6 and 9k. Breast augmentation and breast lift together will vary between 10 and 15 k.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Gerald Minniti, M.D., F.A.C.S

Published on Sep 23, 2015

Hi there, breast augmentation alone is about $8-9.5K, depending on implant (I don't use saline implants, and I high recommend you don't choose them, regardless where you go). With a lift it is about $10-14K, depending on implant and lift type. This would include everything except lab fees and medications, which usually range around $250 combined. Thank you!

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Answered by Gerald Minniti, M.D., F.A.C.S

Hi there, breast augmentation alone is about $8-9.5K, depending on implant (I don't use saline implants, and I high recommend you don't choose them, regardless where you go). With a lift it is about $10-14K, depending on implant and lift type. This would include everything except lab fees and medications, which usually range around $250 combined. Thank you!

Published on Jul 11, 2012


David C. Yao MD, FACS

Published on Sep 23, 2015

Thank you for asking. You are knowledgeable about the numerous factors involved with the ultimate cost. Geographic location varies the price as well. While it may be a straightforward case, the complexity of the patient's specific case also plays a role. The pricing shouldn't be too low or high. The pricing really is an individualized case (somewhat like an estimate from a contractor for a re-modeling) and is difficult to say in an online forum. Seek out different board certified plastic surgeon consultations and assuming the actual plan is actually equal then you will see what is appropriate. Best wishes

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Answered by David C. Yao MD, FACS

Thank you for asking. You are knowledgeable about the numerous factors involved with the ultimate cost. Geographic location varies the price as well. While it may be a straightforward case, the complexity of the patient's specific case also plays a role. The pricing shouldn't be too low or high. The pricing really is an individualized case (somewhat like an estimate from a contractor for a re-modeling) and is difficult to say in an online forum. Seek out different board certified plastic surgeon consultations and assuming the actual plan is actually equal then you will see what is appropriate. Best wishes

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Robert A. Shumway, MD, FACS

Published on Sep 23, 2015

9-10K or more.

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Answered by Robert A. Shumway, MD, FACS

9-10K or more.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Daniel C. Mills, M.D., F.A.C.S

Published on Sep 23, 2015

Saline augmentation is the cheapest at about $5200 to $5500. Silicone is generally around $7500. Silicone with a left is generally about $1100. Certainly this differs from Beverly Hills where it is at least 40% higher as it also is in New York City. You can also spend less if you go to the mills that have billboards. But those physicians rarely see you after the surgery or even before and certainly don't care about education. You usually are not taken well care of there and every doctor knows his worth. You only have one body so you don't want to go to the cheapest bidder. Look for a surgeon that is a member of the American Society for aesthetic plastic surgery as he is the cream of the crop

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Answered by Daniel C. Mills, M.D., F.A.C.S

Saline augmentation is the cheapest at about $5200 to $5500. Silicone is generally around $7500. Silicone with a left is generally about $1100. Certainly this differs from Beverly Hills where it is at least 40% higher as it also is in New York City. You can also spend less if you go to the mills that have billboards. But those physicians rarely see you after the surgery or even before and certainly don't care about education. You usually are not taken well care of there and every doctor knows his worth. You only have one body so you don't want to go to the cheapest bidder. Look for a surgeon that is a member of the American Society for aesthetic plastic surgery as he is the cream of the crop

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Joseph M. Perlman, M.D.

Published on Sep 23, 2015

In Houston, I would say board certified plastic surgeons are charging 5500-$6500 for saline augmentations and $6500-$7500 for silicone gel. This includes the surgeons fees, hospital and anesthesia fees. There may be other physicians the charge less but most either are not board certified plastic surgeons or don't have a lot of experience with breast augmentations.

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Answered by Joseph M. Perlman, M.D.

In Houston, I would say board certified plastic surgeons are charging 5500-$6500 for saline augmentations and $6500-$7500 for silicone gel. This includes the surgeons fees, hospital and anesthesia fees. There may be other physicians the charge less but most either are not board certified plastic surgeons or don't have a lot of experience with breast augmentations.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Ronald V. DeMars M.D.

Published on Sep 23, 2015

Breast augmentation run approximately $6,000 to $7,000. Where as an Augmentation with a Lift really depends on the type of breast lift that is done.

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Answered by Ronald V. DeMars M.D.

Breast augmentation run approximately $6,000 to $7,000. Where as an Augmentation with a Lift really depends on the type of breast lift that is done.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Paul Wigoda M.D.

Published on Sep 23, 2015

Prices vary greatly by region of the country. Whereas in new york city or Canda, a breast augmentation may cost $10,000, in south florida (fort lauderdale), I charge $5500 for silicone implants done under general anesthesia in a fully accredited facility. That includes everything except medications and pre-op blood work which can be done by your doctor or a nearby lab (they charge $99 for labs and ECG). If a lift is needed, the price may vary depending on how much of a lift...is it just periareolar or a full wise pattern/anchor type lift? the additional cost can be from $1500 to $3500 since there is a big difference in the amount of time and work involved in doing different lifts. I have patients travelling to me from all over the country because they can pay for the surgery and a hotel, have a little vacation, and still spend less than having it "at home". Best of luck.

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Answered by Paul Wigoda M.D.

Prices vary greatly by region of the country. Whereas in new york city or Canda, a breast augmentation may cost $10,000, in south florida (fort lauderdale), I charge $5500 for silicone implants done under general anesthesia in a fully accredited facility. That includes everything except medications and pre-op blood work which can be done by your doctor or a nearby lab (they charge $99 for labs and ECG). If a lift is needed, the price may vary depending on how much of a lift...is it just periareolar or a full wise pattern/anchor type lift? the additional cost can be from $1500 to $3500 since there is a big difference in the amount of time and work involved in doing different lifts. I have patients travelling to me from all over the country because they can pay for the surgery and a hotel, have a little vacation, and still spend less than having it "at home". Best of luck.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Peter Lee, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Published on Sep 23, 2015

$6000 to $7000 range is a reasonable cost for augmentation, including surgeon's fee, anesthesia, facilities fee, and silicone implants. When you factor in adding a mastopexy or lift, this could add another four to five thousand as this will likely more than double your OR time.

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Answered by Peter Lee, M.D., F.A.C.S.

$6000 to $7000 range is a reasonable cost for augmentation, including surgeon's fee, anesthesia, facilities fee, and silicone implants. When you factor in adding a mastopexy or lift, this could add another four to five thousand as this will likely more than double your OR time.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


More About Doctor Tom Pousti, M.D.

Published on Sep 23, 2015

Costs of surgery will vary from region to region and from surgeon to surgeon; please don't make this the primary factor in choosing your plastic surgeon. Experience, safety record, and quality of work will matter most. it would be much better to save up have the procedure done correctly; revisionary surgery can be more costly (in many ways).
In my practice, the range would be $7500-$10,500 depending on the type of implant and how much of a breast lift is indicated.

Answered by Tom Pousti, M.D. (View Profile)

Costs of surgery will vary from region to region and from surgeon to surgeon; please don't make this the primary factor in choosing your plastic surgeon. Experience, safety record, and quality of work will matter most. it would be much better to save up have the procedure done correctly; revisionary surgery can be more costly (in many ways).
In my practice, the range would be $7500-$10,500 depending on the type of implant and how much of a breast lift is indicated.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Otto Placik, MD

Published on Sep 23, 2015

BAM: 3-10K
Lift + BAM: 5-15K

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Answered by Otto Placik, MD

BAM: 3-10K
Lift + BAM: 5-15K

Published on Jul 11, 2012


More About Doctor Christopher Pelletiere, MD

Published on Sep 23, 2015

The costs can vary widely based on a number of factors - geography, surgeon experience, place of surgery, etc. The range around the US is from $4000 - $10,000 depending on what needs to be done. For price ranges specific to your area, the best thing to do is to contact a few board certified plastic surgeons in your area and see where they fall in that range.

Answered by Christopher Pelletiere, MD (View Profile)

The costs can vary widely based on a number of factors - geography, surgeon experience, place of surgery, etc. The range around the US is from $4000 - $10,000 depending on what needs to be done. For price ranges specific to your area, the best thing to do is to contact a few board certified plastic surgeons in your area and see where they fall in that range.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


In my office breast augmentation is generally in the $5000 range (saline) up to $6000 (silicone) up to a little more for a large augmentation (above 600cc). An XL augmentation (1000cc or more) can cost $10,000. These estimates include all of the fees involved- surgeon's fee, board certified MD anesthesiologist, OR in a real hospital, bra, preoperative CBC and pregnancy test, implants, and all of your pre- and postop visits. The only thing not included are the medications, which may be covered by your medical insurance or may be purchased for around $100-$150.

Similarly, the total cost for a breast lift ranges from a donut mastopexy/ augmentation in the $6500-$7500 range all the way up to a full, anchor type mastopexy/ augmentation in the $10,000-$11,000 range.

The total may be slightly higher or slightly lower than the estimates above based on your anatomy, medical history, special requests, etc.

When you get quotes you do want to make sure they are all-inclusive, and also find out where your surgery will take place (office, ambulatory surgery center, hospital) as well as who will be providing your anesthesia (nurse, CRNA, anesthesiologist).

Answered by Don R. Revis, Jr., M.D, F.A.C.S (View Profile)

In my office breast augmentation is generally in the $5000 range (saline) up to $6000 (silicone) up to a little more for a large augmentation (above 600cc). An XL augmentation (1000cc or more) can cost $10,000. These estimates include all of the fees involved- surgeon's fee, board certified MD anesthesiologist, OR in a real hospital, bra, preoperative CBC and pregnancy test, implants, and all of your pre- and postop visits. The only thing not included are the medications, which may be covered by your medical insurance or may be purchased for around $100-$150.

Similarly, the total cost for a breast lift ranges from a donut mastopexy/ augmentation in the $6500-$7500 range all the way up to a full, anchor type mastopexy/ augmentation in the $10,000-$11,000 range.

The total may be slightly higher or slightly lower than the estimates above based on your anatomy, medical history, special requests, etc.

When you get quotes you do want to make sure they are all-inclusive, and also find out where your surgery will take place (office, ambulatory surgery center, hospital) as well as who will be providing your anesthesia (nurse, CRNA, anesthesiologist).

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Tracey H. Stokes M.D., F.A.C.S.

Published on Sep 23, 2015

Depending on the type of implant : saline, silicone, or shaped. The price including anesthesia runs between $6500 to $8500.

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Answered by Tracey H. Stokes M.D., F.A.C.S.

Depending on the type of implant : saline, silicone, or shaped. The price including anesthesia runs between $6500 to $8500.

Published on Jul 11, 2012

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