Procedures for Women

Breast Enlargement

Choosing to have a breast augmentation can be a very exciting decision. Having the ability to enhance your appearance can have a very positive affect on your self-esteem even before you have the procedure.

You may already have a surgeon or you might be looking at financing options first… either way, can help you understand your options.

Surgeon Fees

Each surgeon will charge a specific rate for their services. It is important that you find a surgeon you trust, whose work you admire and who cares about your goals and wants to help you reach them. Try not to be a bargain hunter with your surgeon. You don’t want to scrimp on or take chances with breast enhancement surgery. Not only is your health and safety important, but you will wear the outcome for years to come.


Depending on the physical requirements of you job, you should be able to return to work within a few days. If your job is physically demanding, it is best to take some extra time off so you don’t put additional strain on the sutures. Your breasts might be sensitive for two to three weeks, and your scars will begin to fade after three months. Following your surgeon’s precautions after your procedure will help speed up your recovery and will ensure the best possible results.

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At a Glance
1 to 2 hours

General Anesthesia

In/Out Patient:  
Out Patient

2 weeks or more


Breast implants tend to last for decades, but many women choose to replace their implants after 10 to 15 years. Implant manufacturers tend to offer warranties for their products, and the FDA requires that plastic surgeons only use approved implant devices for the surgeries they perform.