At Indiana Plastic Surgery, the cost of breast augmentation with saline implants is typically $4,720, while silicone implants tend to run between $5,470 and $6,470. These numbers include the surgeon’s fee, anesthesiologist fee and hospital fee.
Because there are many individualized, customizable elements to a well-performed breast enhancement, exact pricing requires a personal consultation. Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. David Robinson is committed to making life-changing plastic surgery procedures accessible to patients in various financial situations. More »
Women seek breast augmentation for a number of different reasons. Dr. Robinson is a board certified plastic surgeon who knows that every woman has a unique set of circumstances that has led her to consider breast augmentation. He loves to share his many years of experience regarding the benefits of this surgery with prospective patients. If you are on the fence about breast augmentation, check out some of the reasons why thousands of women choose implants every year. More »
A familiar and somewhat easy measurement, women often request a specific cup size when first considering breast augmentation. “It is very common for patients to try and correlate the size (in cc’s) of a breast implant with the cup size they are trying to achieve,” says Dr. Robinson. While it is natural to have a cup size in mind—this should not be the determining measurement when it comes to your breast augmentation. Dr. Robinson explains, “Do not get hung up on the amount of cc’s—but, instead on the final appearance you are trying to achieve.”
Only a mother can truly understand the effect that pregnancy, childbirth, and nursing can have on the body. Whereas some women are lucky enough to have their bodies bounce back, most women struggle to regain their pre-baby figure. Diet and exercise are important—but many moms find themselves at a standstill. Women find that no amount of cardio will lift your breasts back into place just as no number of crunches can remove the excess, sagging skin from around your stomach. Even the most active of mothers can have a tough time losing their so-called ‘baby weight’. More and more, mothers are embracing cosmetic surgery as a means of rejuvenating their post-baby body. More »