Breast Transplant Surgery Cost In Nebraska

Breast Augmentation Cost in Nebraska

The total cost of breast augmentation includes the following: TOTAL Breast Aug Cost = Surgeon’s fee + implants + Facility fee + anesthesia We are currently running a special for SILICON implants.

The special pricing is $5500 total cost. These prices are for surgery under anesthesia (usually twilight) in our AAAASF accredited Surgery Center. All of our anesthesiologists are board certified. The price includes all follow up office visits related to the surgery. I have 20 years of breast augmentation experience. The special pricing is only good thru June 2012. Call the office for more details. (Ricardo L. Rodriguez, MD, Baltimore Plastic Surgeon)

Nebraska Area: $5,700 (Saline breast implants), $7,200 (Silicone)

Like other doctors have already said, price does vary by region. At my practice in Nebraska, we charge $5,700-$6,500 for saline implants and $7,200-$8,000 for silicone. Those prices are all inclusive. We have a price range because the surgery can be on the higher end of the given range if the patient wants the implant inserted a certain way, like through the arm pit, which takes more time in the operating room.

If the surgery is going to be more complex due to a patient’s scar tissue from a previous surgery, for example, than we would charge a little more and the price would be towards the higher end of the range. (Usha Rajagopal, MD, San Francisco Plastic Surgeon)

Costs of Breast Augmentation in Nebraska will vary. You can find pricing varying from $3000 to $9000 for saline implants and $4000 to $10,000 for silicone implants. There are so many variables that will determine the costs, for example.

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Is your plastic surgeon board-certified? <certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS.org or ABMS.org)>Secondly, is your procedure being performed in an accredited operating suite by AAAASF?

Third, is your surgery being done by an MD anesthesiologist or a nurse anesthetist? (this is a classic money saving measure) This should help you narrow your search. Every surgeon has determined what they feel is appropriate for their expertise and time performing this procedure and taking care of you following the procedure. (Ricardo A. Meade, MD, Dallas Plastic Surgeon)

Breast implant cost in Nebraska

Prices for surgery are regional. They are affected by the skill of the surgeon (more skilled surgeons generally charge higher prices), as well as the implant cost, facility fee, and anesthesia cost.

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It costs more to have an MD anesthesiologist, as you are paying for a more highly trained individual. Facility prices are proportionate to housing prices in the region. (Expensive neighborhoods have high rents for office / facility space, and the price is passed down.)

And finally the implants have an associated price – surgeons who use lots of implants sometimes get a break on the price as an incentive to continue using a particular manufacturer. All that being said, in the Dallas region, you can expect to pay around $5000 for saline implants, and $6000 for silicone. (Michael A. Bogdan, MD, FACS, Dallas Plastic Surgeon)

Typically between $5,000 and $6,500 for breast implants

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I would suggest seeing two or three surgeon board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.

This operation has to be done very precisely to avoid the need for revision surgery. Some studies have shown that 1 out 5 patients has a revision surgery.

This number should really be less than 5% in capable delicate hands. Trust your instincts with the surgeon. (Pramit Malhotra, MD, Ann Arbor Plastic Surgeon)

Breast Implant Cost in Nebraska

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Price shopping for Cosmetic Surgery can be a necessary, and in many ways one of the most important components of your search. But buyer beware, in some instances, you get what you pay for! I recommend that you call as many BOARD CERTIFIED (by the American Board of Plastic Surgery) plastic surgeon’s offices as you feel comfortable with (time, distance, office/surgeon reputation) and decide on at least 3 to visit for a personal interview. Price is important, but the entire package (what exactly you are getting for the implant “price” you refer to) is also an important consideration. What I would look for:

  1. Board Certification? (Ask which boards, not just if the surgeon has a board, and look it up on the internet to confirm!)
  2. How many do they perform a week or a month?
  3. Where is the procedure performed? (Office, certified operating room, or hospital)
  4. Who is the anesthesia team (preferably an MD board certified anesthesiologist)
  5. You should have the surgeon or staff nurses size you on the day of the consult as well as at your preoperative appointment.
  6. What is the follow up protocol? These are just a few things to get you started thinking about what is included in the overall “price” package of breast implant surgery. (John Philip Connors III, MD, FACS, Atlanta Plastic Surgeon)

How long do implants last

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While it is possible to have a manufacturing defect that causes them to fail early on, most implants in Nebraska will last well beyond 10 years.

There are many reasons to have revisions that may have nothing to do with failure of the implant itself. Approximately 25% of women will have a revision at ten years, but that may be due to capsular contracture, implant malposition or size changes.

The bottom line is if they look good, feel natural and have no evidence of leak on MRI (the gold standard for diagnosing silicone leaks) or mammogram, then there is no need to exchange them.

Not sure what to advise on the rash without seeing it, but you may want to consider a lift if constant irritation or recurrent rashes. (Earl E. Ferguson III, MD, FACS, San Antonio Plastic Surgeon)

Replace implants if there is a problem

Nebraska Implants only need to be replaced if there is a problem. The common reasons for implant replacement are deflation, tight scars (capsular contracture), implant malposition, or a desire to change the implant size.

You definitely need to find out why there is a change in the way your breast feels. (Gary Lawton, MD, FACS, San Antonio Plastic Surgeon)

Do implants last?

If there is nothing wrong with your implants, there is no need to replace them. The rash under your breast and the feeling of “air pockets” are some cause of concern.

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You really should be seen by someone who can ascertain whether these symptoms are a problem. Please seek a board certified plastic surgeon for a checkup. (Shim Ching, MD, Honolulu Plastic Surgeon)

14 year old implants

Implants palced 14 years ago are most probably saline filled. These implants you can keep until a deflation. There is currently no risk to you. However, your body has probably changed in 14 years and if you are at all dissatisfied with your breast, now might be a good time to upgrade to a silicone filled implant. You definitly need to see a plastic surgeon for the issue going on with your left brest. (Stephan Finical, MD, Charlotte Plastic Surgeon)

How long do Implants Last?

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You do not have to exchange your implants every 10 years simply due to time. This is a common misconception. You should only get your implants replaced if you are having a problem. If you are having a problem, we recommend getting an MRI. I have patients who have had the same implants for 32 years, while others had them exchanged at 5 years. As long as you understand that breast implants are not considered a lifetime device and that at some point in your lifetime you will need another breast operation in Nebraska. (Bernard Kopchinski, MD, FACS, San Antonio Plastic Surgeon)

My implants hurt and I feel air pockets

You are not supposed to have a rash, nor pain, nor feeling air pockets. I am not sure what you have. But you may need to have a breast MRI to check if your implants are ruptured. Then only, you would need to replace both implants. if the rash and pain is due to an infection and it is treated, then once all settled and your implants are intact, then you should not need surgery. (Florence Mussat, MD, Chicago Plastic Surgeon)

Breast Implant Longevity

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One of the questions that I am asked most frequently during consultations is how often do the implants last or when should they be changed out for new implants. Many people seem to be under the impression that breast implants should be replaced every ten years, however that isn’t the case.

As long as a woman is happy with her size and shape and assuming the implants are intact (not ruptured), then they do not need to be replaced. When saline implants rupture they typically deflate making it fairly easy to know when an implant needs to be replaced. However, silicone gel filled implants often don’t show obvious signs of rupture. That is why periodic MRI is recommended to check for any signs of implant rupture.

Given that the risk of a ruptured implant is about 1% per year, many women will never need additional surgery to replace an implant. As for your symptoms, it would be best for you to be checked by your surgeon to see what is causing your rash and feeling of air pockets. (Laurence Weider, MD, Dallas Plastic Surgeon)

Choosing breast implant size in Nebraska

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This is a good question and I am sure it will have many different great answers from all the different patient experiences and Plastic Surgeons perspectives.

The way I approach this situation is by following a few fundamental guidlines that respect the patients choice for a desired outcome coupled with breast anatomy and position on the chest wall.

I will engage the patient initially before the intial exam of her chest, to find out her goals from having breast enhancement surgery.

I want to know what they have as a percieved notion of what breast augmentation surgery is, and what they feel it will do for them.

Needless to say there is a lot of breast augmentation surgery being done by specialists in the field and unfortunately outside the field.

I urge the patients considering this procedure to seek the consultation of a board certified plastic surgeon, He or she will have the knoweldge of the fundamentals that will guide you towards a good result.

After I have heard the patients desires, and had a chance to evaluate the patient and her clinical photos. The patient will go through a few steps with me where we evaluate the thickness of the soft tissue envelope, the position of her nipple on top of the breast mound, and obtain measurements of the current breast width.

This is the point where I will look for differences between the two sides that will get amplified after the augmentation. I believe that if the patient is taken through an evaluation of this manner she will end up with a great understanding of the process and have realistic expectations.

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The exact number of cc’s should not be the focus of the discussion, rather it should be the dimensions of the implant that will best fit the patients soft tissue envelope. I like to place the impants below the chest muscle, and I definitely feel that silicone implants feel more natural.

The next thing in choosing the implant in Nebraska is the width of the implant and projection. I want to stay within the patient dimension and not exceed those in order to avoid as much as possible an obvious augmented look. The next thing that I focus on is to see if I need to do something with the nipple during the augmentation.

What I mean by that is that will the implant alone place the nipple at the most forward part of the breast and will it be centered over the implant or will I have to suggest to the patient a breast lift at the same time. There is a great spectrum of impants and this allows us to manipulate projection and width to try to come as close as possible to the patients desired cup size.

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I don’t think stuffing breast implants in your bra at the evaluation will give an estimation of what the end result will look like, and I try it just to give me and idea of how big a patient wants to be! I hope this will help you as you make your decision to get a breast augmentation. (Rami Ghurani, MD, Miami Plastic Surgeon)

Breast implant size

In determining the proper implant size for a patient, I first try to gauge her expectations. I use the current cup size and desired cup size as a first measure. Many patients present with a pre-conceived implant volume that they desire, which is often based on the size that a friend or family member got. This is not the proper way to determine size because that person’s pre-surgery size and shape is most likely not like yours. During the physical examination, I take some key measurements of the breast, the most important of which is the width of the breast.

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I also note the quality of the soft tissue, such as skin quality and deflation, and any asymmetries that may be present from one side to the other. I also note if there is any “droopiness” to the breast. Based on these measurements and patient expectations, a size may be chosen.

I believe that putting a sample implant in your brassiere is an unreliable tool. There are also several imaging programs out there, that can perform 3D enhancement to give a patient an idea of what she might look like. These should be approached with caution because what one sees on an image, cannot always be achieved in surgery. Another useful tool to communicate with your surgeon is to bring in a picture of breasts that you like.

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This will allow your expectations to be more in line with that of the surgeon. Finally, in regards to the “stripper look”, this can be caused be several factors. The first is size and style of the implant.

If a very large or wide implant is chosen, this will give the patient a disproportional look that may not be desired by patients. Also, usually after surgery, the implants tend to look high on the chest.

Most surgeons recommend breast massage to aid with the swelling and allow the implant to descend. If the implant does not descend because it was not massaged, it may remain high and can give an unnatural look. (Moises Salama, MD, Miami Plastic Surgeon)

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The pricing for breast augmentation in 2009:

  • $4,250 – Joel Atchison – Kearney, NE – 2009;

Big breast implants realself cost in 2011:

  • $4,700 – David Finkle, MD – Omaha, NE – 2011;
  • $5,600 – David Finkle, MD – Omaha, NE – 2011;
  • $6,200 – John J. Edney, MD – Omaha, NE – 2011;

Average price of boob implants is $5500 in 2011 in Nebraska

Cost of procedure in 2012:
  • $5,600 – David Finkle, MD – Omaha, NE – 2012;
  • $5,700 – David Finkle, MD – Omaha, NE – 2012;
  • $5,700 – David Finkle, MD – Omaha, NE – 2012;
Cost of surgery breast on average is $5670 US dollars in 2012 in Nebraska

The pricing for perfect breast implants in 2013:

  • $4,900 – David Finkle, MD – Omaha, NE – 2013;
  • $5,200 – Richard J. Bruneteau, MD – Omaha, NE – 2013;
  • $6,000 – Richard J. Bruneteau, MD – Omaha, NE – 2013;
  • $6,300 – Richard J. Bruneteau, MD – Omaha, NE – 2013;
  • $6,400 – David Finkle, MD – Omaha, NE – 2013;

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Average cost of breast augmentation procedure is $5760 in 2013 in Nebraska

Dr cost of larger breasts in 2014:

  • $3,900 – John J. Edney, MD – Omaha, NE – 2014;
  • $3,995 – R. Samuel Bryant, MD – Lincoln, NE – 2014;
  • $4,200 – Richard J. Bruneteau, MD – Omaha, NE – 2014;
  • $4,300 – Marie E. Montag, MD – Omaha, NE – 2014;
  • $4,500 – Marie E. Montag, MD – Omaha, NE – 2014;
  • $5,700 – John J. Edney, MD – Omaha, NE – 2014;
  • $5,700 – Richard J. Bruneteau, MD – Omaha, NE – 2014;
  • $5,700 – Richard J. Bruneteau, MD – Omaha, NE – 2014;
  • $5,900 – David Finkle, MD – Omaha, NE – 2014;
  • $5,900 – Marie E. Montag, MD – Omaha, NE – 2014;
  • $6,350 – Richard J. Bruneteau, MD – Omaha, NE – 2014;
  • $6,500 – John J. Edney, MD – Omaha, NE – 2014;

The price for implant surgery breast on average is $5220 US dollars in 2014 in Nebraska

Dr cost of larger breasts in 2015:

  • $4,600 – Ronald R. Hollins, MD – Omaha, NE – 2015;
  • $4,775 – John J. Edney, MD – Omaha, NE – 2015;
  • $5,180 – John J. Edney, MD – Omaha, NE – 2015;
  • $5,800 – John J. Edney, MD – Omaha, NE – 2015;
  • $5,900 – David Finkle, MD – Omaha, NE – 2015;
  • $5,900 – David Finkle, MD – Omaha, NE – 2015;
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  • $5,900 – David Finkle, MD – Omaha, NE – 2015;
  • $5,900 – David Finkle, MD – Omaha, NE – 2015;
  • $5,900 – Dr Finkle – Omaha, NE – 2015;
  • $5,900 – Dr. Finkle – Omaha, NE – 2015;
  • $6,000 – Richard J. Bruneteau, MD – Omaha, NE – 2015;
  • $6,200 – John J. Edney, MD – Omaha, NE – 2015;
  • $6,250 – David Finkle, MD – Omaha, NE – 2015;
  • $6,400 – Richard J. Bruneteau, MD – Omaha, NE – 2015;
  • $6,500 – John J. Edney, MD – Omaha, NE – 2015;
  • $9,300 – Marie E. Montag, MD – Omaha, NE – 2015;

The average cost of procedure for breast implants is $6030 in 2015 in Nebraska

Plastic surgery for breast clinic price list in 2016:
  • $4,465 – R. Samuel Bryant, MD – Lincoln, NE – 2016;
  • $5,900 – David Finkle, MD – Omaha, NE – 2016;
  • $6,000 – John J. Edney, MD – Omaha, NE – 2016;
  • $6,000 – John J. Edney, MD – Omaha, NE – 2016;
  • $6,100 – John J. Edney, MD – Omaha, NE – 2016;
  • $6,365 – John J. Edney, MD – Omaha, NE – 2016;
Average cost for boob augmentations is $5810 in 2016 in Nebraska
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