How Much Does a Breast Lift Cost?

Are you interested in breast lift surgery, but not sure how much you should budget for the procedure? 

We’ve got the answers you need. Take a look at the average cost of a breast lift, including the factors that can influence the final price of your breast lift surgery.


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Average Cost of a Breast Lift

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the average cost of breast lift surgery was $4,816 in 2018. This is the year when data was last available, so expect that the cost will increase by a couple of hundred dollars when 2019 data is released.

This isn’t the final cost of your breast lift surgery; in fact, you should consider this figure to be the starting point for how much you should budget. 

Let’s take a closer look at the additional factors that can influence the total cost of your breast lift surgery.

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3 Factors That Influence Your Breast Lift Cost

1. Your plastic surgeon.

Your plastic surgeon’s certifications, education, and experience can all play a role in how much you end up spending on your breast lift. This is a good thing, as you’ll want to be extremely cautious of any plastic surgeon who’s a bit too cheap or offers steep discounts on their surgery. 

When it comes to your physical health and mental well-being, you should only be putting yourself in the hands of the very best.

2. Your location.

Your location can have a sizeable influence on how much you should budget for your breast lift. If you live in an affluent zip code, expect to spend a little bit more than someone who lives in an area with a more modest cost of living.

3. Surgical fees.

Additional – but necessary – surgical fees can tack on to your breast lift surgery costs. These fees can include:

  • Fees associated with your surgical center
  • Costs of general anesthesia
  • Prescription medications
  • And more

The best way to find out how much your breast lift surgery may cost is to schedule a consultation with a plastic surgeon. By the end of the consultation, you should have a firm idea of how much your surgery may end up costing you.

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Ready to find out how much your breast lift surgery may cost? Schedule your complimentary consultation at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Scott Brenman in Philadelphia and Plymouth Meeting, PA. (267) 687-2180

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