Price For Breast Implants In Naperville
Certainly the cost for breast implant surgery in Naperville will vary widely within a given community and between various geographic areas. While price is certainly important, especially given the current economic climate, choosing a surgeon who is qualified and experienced with whom you feel confident in through the consultation process (and personal referrals) is more important.
This is a decision that is too important for patients to base completely on price. This is your body and your life we are talking about! (Sean A. Simon, MD, Miami Plastic Surgeon)
Breast augmentation cost
The cost is not as important as the quality of the surgeon and quality of care, that is what you are paying for. You can assess the quality of care by how much time your surgeon spends with you (how attentive/how much discussion)
That will give you an idea of quality of care after the surgery. How available the surgeon and staff are to you (qualifications and experience).
Choose your surgeon on that basis not the cost, because a bad outcome will cost you more. However, the cost ranges from $5500-7000. (Samir Shureih, MD, Baltimore Plastic Surgeon)
Naperville Breast Implant Costs
Breast augmentation prices vary according to the region of the country and to the location of the surgeon. If a surgeon has an office in Beverly Hills, the cost of rent and staffing is more expensive than Anaheim.
For this reason, the costs vary. The experience of the surgeon also enters into the costs. Surgeons with more experience and time in practice will generally charge more for their services.
In general, the costs of a breast augmentation in Orange County are $5000 to $7000 dollars for a board certified plastic surgeon with several years of experience. (Robert M. Wald, Jr., MD, Orange County Plastic Surgeon)
Breast Implant Prices in Naperville
There is definitely a wide range of prices for breast implant surgery. Prices vary from surgeon to surgeon and from city to city. Although pricing is important to your decision, the most important factor to consider is safety. Cheap surgery is easy to find but very expensive to correct. Make sure you research the surgeon’s credentials, the facility, and the anesthesia.
The price of the surgery should be all inclusive with no hidden charges. The average price of breast implants is approximately 6000-7000 dollars for saline implants and approximately an additional 1000 dollars for silicone implants. (T.Y. Steven Ip, MD, FACS, New York Plastic Surgeon)
Cost of breast implants in Plano and Frisco
We charge $5400 for saline implants. This includes the surgical fee, AAAASF-accredited surgical facility, M.D. anesthesiologist, the breast implants, the platinum-plus extended warranty from Allergan, and all routine postoperative visits. (Ronald Friedman, MD, Plano Plastic Surgeon)
Cost of breast implants varies by surgeon and geographic area
The cost of breast augmentation surgery depends on several factors including the type of implant (saline vs silicone), your physician, the area where you live and the type of anesthesia you receive (general vs local with sedation). The approximate cost in my practice ranges from $5200 (package price for saline implants, includes my fee, facility, anesthesia , cost of implants and postop visits) to $6200 (package price for silicone implants).
This price may vary depending on whether a patient is having a revision or replacent, as well as the possible need for a breast lift with an augmentation. Be certain to verify your plastic surgeon’s credentials, making sure they are certified by the American Board of Pastic Surgery and the facility where your surgery is being performed is accredited by the state in which your physician practices. Beware of prices that seem to good to pass up. Remember, you get what you pay for. (David A. Robinson, MD, Munster Plastic Surgeon)
Price of breast implants in Naperville IL
Breast augmentation price includes the surgeon’s fee, facility, anaesthesia and the implant cost – saline or silicone. Breast augmentation with saline implants cost generally about $6000 and with silicone implants about $7500 for all the parts I mentioned above. Be mindful that when you call different offices you may only be quoted the surgeon’s fee which may sound really low until you actually go in for a consultation – so always ask what the quoted fee includes. Any significantly low price in your area should raise a red flag about the qualifications of the surgeon – make sure they are board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and have privileges to perform breast augmentation at a respected local hospital. Those two questions are the most important so that you can eventually compare apples to apples. (Bahram Ghaderi, MD, Chicago Plastic Surgeon)
How Long Do Breast Implants Last?It is common in plastic surgery to inform patients that the average breast implant lasts approximately 10 years based on many different factors.
Some of the factors could be related to weight loss/gain, breast feeding, and the natural aging of the breasts. This can cause patients to be unhappy with the appearance of their breast augmentation. In those cases, they can be candidates for revisionary surgery.
If you are experiencing pain around your breast implant, you may have developed a capsule contractor, which is the over development of scar tissue around the implant.
Also, the pockets that your implants are placed in, may have widened, which could also make you a candidate for revisionary surgery. Naperville vreast implants can last well over 10 years, if patients are happy with their appearance, and not experiencing any adverse symptoms. (Frank Campanile, MD, Denver Plastic Surgeon)
How Long Do Breast Implants Last?
My patients frequently asked me how long do breast implants last and if they should have them replaced every 10 years. The bottom line is that the current generation of silicone breast implants will likely last your lifetime and do not need to be replaced every 10 years.
The silicone breast implants available in the 1980s and early 1990s had a very thin shell and were likely to leak. When the implants leaked, the liquid silicone spread throughout the implant pocket and sometimes into the surrounding tissue, making removal very difficult.
For this reason and for concerns that silicone caused diseases, the silicone implants were taken off the market for cosmetic surgery in 1991. Subsequently studies were done that showed there was no link between silicone and any disease. The implants were redesigned and improved in 2006. The new design implants had a much tougher outer shell than the old implants and a very low leak rate.
The silicon inside is a cohesive gel, similar to bread dough. Even if the implant is cut in half the silicon does not spread anywhere. MRI studies have shown a very low leak rate and I personally have not seen any of this generation implant leak. The manufacturers guarantee the implants for life, meaning that they will provide a replacement implant. If there is a leak in the first 10 years, they also will reimburse you $3500. With the above data in mind, I tell my patients that no one knows for sure the exact lifespan of current silicone breast implants but I would not be surprised if they lasted their lifetime, although no one can guarantee that.
Since the leak rate is so low and the available data shows that silicone does not cause any known disease, I no longer recommend that patients have MRI scans every 3 years and I no longer recommend that they replace them every 10 years. (John Squires, MD, Denver Plastic Surgeon)
Duration of Breast Implants
Breast implants are to be replaced when they break, which can occur anytime between immediately post-op to never (they last forever). (Scott Loessin, MD, Key West Plastic Surgeon)
Life Span of Breat Implants
Generally speaking implants should last a lifetime. However, occasionally they will develop stress areas just like any inert substance.
The pain, rash and air pockets you are experiencing should not be there at that stage and I recommend immediate evaluation of this issue and possible implant exchange or at least explore the pocket.
The skin findings may not be related. (Thomas Trevisani, Sr., MD, Orlando Plastic Surgeon)
The implants made 14 years ago are very different then the ones made now. Implant companies have been developing better and better devices. I recently visited the Mentor plant in Texas and saw many of the recent updates. Although they are not considered lifetime devices, implants can last a million years.
Most people will want them changed in a 10 year period but especially if you’ve developed a rash. I would suggest that if the rash is due to the implant or is fungal in nature, consider removal of the implant. (Jacob Freiman, MD, FACS, Miami Plastic Surgeon)
How to choose the right size of implants
This is probably the most important question that I am asked as a Plastic Surgeon and, unfortunately, there is no easy answer.First, the “right” size is really relative. What you feel is appropriate may not be what your neighbor or your friend or your sister feels is appropriate.
In addition, how a specific size will look on you versus someone else is dependent on a number of factors. To help my patients select an appropriate size, I take the all-important step of actually listening to them.
I ask them what cup size they currently are, what cup size they would like to be, and why they are considering augmentation.
These three questions tell me an awful lot about a patient’s expectations as well as their intentions. I then perform an exam during which I take specific breast measurements as well as examine the degree of breast ptosis and skin laxity.
But before I even meet with the patient, I actually have them size with my medical assistant. By combining all of this information, I can generally arrive at a size that will be appropriate for this patient.
That being said, patients commonly remark after surgery that they wish they had gone a bit larger. With that in mind, I always take our selected size and adjust upwards slightly to account for this as well as the fact that the implants will appear smaller when placed beneath the muscle.
Breast augmentation in Naperville IL is a science but, more importantly, it is an art. Choose a surgeon based not only on technical skill but also on his or her aesthetic eye.
Remember, a good surgeon often performs a good part of the surgery before they even get to the Operating Room through careful planning. Good decisions made before surgery are often as or more important as those made during surgery. (Gregory A. Buford, MD, FACS, Denver Plastic Surgeon)
Try on the implants for proper breast implant sizing
The keys to proper implant sizing for augmentation are to “try on” the implants to see the change in volume that you are comfortable with and to make certain that the implant you choose is not larger than the diameter of your breast.
The “stripper look” that you describe is a result of not following the second suggestion (using an implant which is too large for your breast). This can lead to this very unnaturally appearing result. (John Whitt, MD (retired), Louisville Plastic Surgeon)
Choosing the perfect breast implant size for you
TIPS FOR PICKING A GREAT BREAST IMPLANT Getting a GREAT Breast Augmentation result has nothing to do with the ability to stick the largest possible implant in a woman’s breasts and walk away. (Although unfortunately that is what is commonly done and is the reason for the many unhappy stories we all hear).
To get a GREAT breast augmentation your surgeon has to consider how well your current breast tissue can cover any given breast implant (to hide it and make it look as if always was a part of your breast). As part of this consideration, the stretchiness of your breast skin and the degree of flatness of the chest wall must also be considered. Although many measurement systems exist – none are a substitute for common sense and experience. All breast implants ripple and such ripples can be seen and felt through the skin. (especially when leaning over).
It is therefore VERY important to pick an implant which can fit and be covered by your current breast (within its diameter). Such a diameter would indicate the width of a natural looking and feeling breast augmentation in Naperville IL. The stretchiness of the skin would suggest how much of a breast height / projection your breasts may easily accommodate while the degree of chest flatness (vs early sloping) may suggest when to pick a narrow based / high profile implant which would stay on the chest plateau rather than a wider based implant one which may slide sideways and do battle with your arms as they move forward. Finally, the essential factor for a good outcome is picking a real plastic Surgeon who answered all your question, listened to your concerns and who you trust. Good Luck. (Peter A. Aldea, MD, Memphis Plastic Surgeon)
Realself prices for plastic surgery breast implants in 2009:
- $9,800 – Naperville IL – 2009;