Breast Lift Cost
Breast lift cost is something that nearly all women considering the procedure are going to be concerned with. Here at Beverly Hills Physicians we understand that every plastic surgery patient has to make a decision whether the likely improvement in her physique will justify the expense and time off required. We also understand that, for women on a budget, the decision can be a little harder.
First of all, we would like to emphasize that the procedure, known medically as a mastopexy, is extremely safe and effective, but it does require the skills of an experienced plastic surgeon with a strong sense of aesthetics. It involves not only raising but reshaping the breast and often the areola. It’s only a job for a truly skilled surgeon. All in all, it’s never a good idea to resort to cut-rate practitioners or risky medical tourism, especially for a procedure this delicate. At the same time, our consultants are here to help women who are concerned about the expense by creating payment plans that can work within most budgets.
Fine, but how much does a breast lift actually cost?
Doctors and clinics are often shy about discussing costs prior to a patient seeing a physician. That’s because, very honestly, every case is very different from every other case and every procedure must be customized to the patient. However, we also understand that patients often need at least a very rough idea of what their procedure may cost. The RealSelf website tells us that, based on patient reviews, the cost of a breast lift can be as low as $2,900 and as high as $12,500. The average expense is $7,900.
What else should I know about a breast lift?
Breast lifts are a highly effective procedure that can reshape and lift breasts that have drooped due to aging, breast feeding, etc. Scarring can be minimized and mostly hidden by a skilled plastic surgeon and women may typically be able to continue breast feeding after obtaining a procedure.
I’m interested in learning more about a breast lift; how do I get started?
The first step is to book a consultation at one of our Southern California offices. You can do that by contacting us at the phone number above. You can also reach out by requesting a complimentary consultation online. However you choose to get in touch, our friendly and empathetic team of consultants and medical professionals look forward to hearing from you.