How Much Do Implants Cost? The 7 Major Costs That Come With Breasts Implants
How Much Do Implants Cost? The 7 Major Costs That
Come With Breasts Implants
Here Are The 7(Seven) Biggest Expenses That Come With
Breast Implants And Breast Surgery Many people
incorrectly think that the expense of implants only
includes the figure listed on the brochure from the
doctor. What could be more wrong.... As soon as you get
into the process, you quickly learn that there are many
costs associated with breast implants that most women
never see coming. There are ways to trim these
expenses. Read On....
There are 7(Seven) Main Expenses related to Breast
Implants that must be considered and you must pay if
you plan on getting breast implants. It's not only the
surgery you need to make sure you can afford before
undergoing this procedure. Be aware of these costs
BEFORE you start down the road of breast implants
Overall, there are 7 major costs you must be prepared to
afford if you plan on getting breast implants, it's not just
the surgery itself you need to make sure you can afford
before undergoing this procedure. Due to the high costs
associated with breast implants, it's recommended to
look into other options for increasing your breast size. If
the following costs seem crippling to you and your
allowance, an enhancement cream such as Brestrogen
will be more affordable and is proven to increase breast
size. While the results might take 6 months, compared
with the couple hours it takes to insert an implant, this
is one of those things where patience pays.
While the results might take 6 months, compared with
the couple hours it takes to insert an implant, this is one
of those things that is worth the wait. It is actually
healthier for you and The RISK is much LESS too...
The Following Are Your 7 (SEVEN) EXTRA EXPENSES :
1. Consultation Before you have surgery, you will have a
meeting with one or more doctors to discuss your goals,
pricing, and options. This consolation costs anywhere
from $50 to a couple hundred dollars. It's recommended
that you check out a number of surgeons before making
your decision but in order to do this you have to be able
to afford multiple consultation fees. While this fee is
almost always carried over like a down payment on your
surgery costs, it is almost never refundable if you don't
decide to go with that surgeon.
2. Surgery The cost for surgery is only for surgery-the
payment to the actual doctor who will be cutting you
open. This is the price listed on the websites and
brochures for surgery costs. Breast implants usually cost
somewhere between $4,000 and $8,000. Costs largely
depend on where you live and the notoriety of the
plastic surgeon you select.
3. Anesthesiologist As their title suggests, these are
high-paid and highly trained individuals with a very
important job. They must get you fast asleep so that you
don't know anything that is going on during the
procedure. The anesthesiologist doesn't just administer
the drugs and leave, they must stand by throughout
your entire surgery in case something goes wrong -- like
you wake up. This is an added cost on your surgery bill,
due on or before the day you are operated on. It usually
costs at least $500 and can go all the way over $1000.
This is an important job.
4. Pain Meds After surgery the pain is not pleasant, it
feels like a large truck has been parked on your chest.
Walking around is difficult and after a week of being in
bed, there's only two things to do, sleep or pop pain
pills. If you don't have insurance this can get very
expensive. However you ARE going to want them.
5. Time Off Work : The recovery time is about 5 or 6
weeks, although if your job is not too physically
demanding, you could be back to work within a couple
of weeks. However for over a month you will hurt. You
will want pain meds too. Your lifting capacities will be
low. Take it easy.
6. New Bras You are getting a new set of breasts. Your
old bras are junk. Go out and buy yourself a some nice
new bras. At least you won't need padded bras now. You
will save there.
7. Future Costs : Some implants are covered within 10
years of popping, but you'll have implants long after this
and there's no guarantee you'll be covered before.
Therefore, if complications occur after your surgery you
will need to see a doctor and if you can't afford this,
implants could cost you a lot more than big boobs will
ever provide. To your implants in the best shape
throughout your whole life you should really get them
replaced every 10 years. They can lose form after a long