The worst part about undergoing breast augmentation tends to be the weeks before the actual surgery. You’ve done your research, you’ve made the decision to go through with the procedure, and now all you have left to do is wait anxiously for your scheduled day for surgery.
Easy, right? That’s not always the case.
As with any important decision, undergoing breast augmentation can be a roller coaster of emotions. You might feel excited about the idea one day, and worried about the outcome Read More >
While this would definitely be a good thing, unfortunately, most insurance companies will not offer to cover breast augmentation as a cosmetic procedure.
There are specific reasons that your breast augmentation could be covered (if you need reconstructive surgery after a Mastectomy, for example), but these reasons are not common.
As a concerned doctor, I always suggest that my patients call and speak with their policy provider about specific costs associated with breast augmentation. Many women Read More >
Are you considering breast augmentation surgery, but remain unsure about how satisfied you’ll be after the procedure? If so, you might find the following information helpful as you make your decision.
On October 15, 2003, the Food and Drug Administration’s advisory panel did a survey of over 5,000 women who had received breast implants (both silicone and saline filled). Of that 5,000, 89% stated that they were satisfied with their surgery and 94% said that they would recommend breast Read More >