When you look at yourself in the mirror, do you wish your breasts were a big perkier? Whether your goal is to restore them to their position before children and breastfeeding or your breasts have always just sagged a bit, a breast lift can get your figure to where you want it to be.
One of the main things that holds some women back from scheduling surgery is the cost. Breast lifts are elective procedures, and that means you have to pay out of pocket. Here are the details you need to know about how much a breast lift is going to cost you.
Breast lift surgery will cost more than just pocket change but it doesn’t have to be exorbitantly expensive.
The Surgery Will Cost Several Thousand Dollars
A breast lift will likely be in the $6,000-$10,000 range. As you probably know, there are a lot of things that go into having surgery: surgeon’s fee, anesthesia, operating room expenses, the recovery room stay and compression garments, just to name a few.
Surgeons Determine Their Own Fees
Looking at average prices on the web is a good place to start but it isn’t an exact price. Every surgeon will determine their own fees for a given procedure. They base this on their experience, the complexity of the procedure and in many cases, where their office is located. Get quotes from several local providers, but don’t rely solely on cost when choosing a surgeon.
Additional Costs That Increase Your Bill
Here are some other items that can contribute to the total amount you pay for your surgery.
- Anesthesia fees
- OR rental and room fees charged by the hospital or surgery center
- Garments, pillows and other recovery items you need to purchase
- Prescription medications for pre-op and post-op
At Castellano Cosmetic Surgery Center our price for a breast lift with Dr. Castellano includes all of the above with the exception of post-operative prescription medications.