How Much Do Breast Implants Cost? – Dr. Ted Eisenberg

Around the country, the cost of breast implants falls between $6,000 and $10,000. On your initial phone call, our friendly, experienced staff will discuss the price and payment policy for saline or silicone breast implants.

Dr. Ted Eisenberg, the first and only plastic surgeon in the Philadelphia, New Jersey and Delaware region to focus his practice entirely on cosmetic breast surgery, has performed more than 7,000 breast augmentation surgeries.

At your free consultation, which will run about 45 minutes, you’ll talk with Dr. Eisenberg about your expectations and find out what breast implants can accomplish. Together, you’ll discuss the difference between saline and silicone implants and choose your breast implant size. You’ll also see before and after photos. Finally, you’ll get the details of the procedure, review the risks of surgery, and learn what you can expect during the recovery period.

Call us at 1-888-SHAPE-12 to schedule your free consultation. If it's difficult for you to call us during the workday, complete our online virtual consultation form.

Does the price include anesthesia? It’s important to ask this question because the price quoted sometimes includes only the surgeon’s fee. Dr. Eisenberg’s price is all-inclusive: It covers his surgical fee, hospital and anesthesia costs, breast implants, laboratory tests, and all postoperative visits – usually at 1 week, 3 weeks, 3 months and 9 months.

While some doctors choose to perform breast augmentation and breast lift surgery in an outpatient surgicenter, Dr. Eisenberg does all of his surgeries in the safety of the operating room at Nazareth Hospital in Northeast Philadelphia. His team of anesthesiologists, nurses, technicians, and recovery room staff are talented, competent and sensitive to his patient’s needs.

Breast Augmentation Payment Options

We accept cash, checks, money orders, direct wire deposits, credit cards (VISA, MasterCard and Discover), and third-party financing.

How does financing work? A number of financial institutions offer loans specifically for plastic surgery. We work with two reputable health care financing companies that are very accommodating to our patients with favorable approvals, quick processing, and minimal red tape. Their affordable financing plans allow you to make monthly payments, sometimes with no money down. The interest rate is based on your credit history; the companies are currently offering loans at 0% interest.

Please call us at 1-888-SHAPE-12 before you apply. We’d be happy to give you the approximate cost of the procedure you are considering and recommend the company that would best suit your needs.

When you are ready to apply for a loan, you can click on the corresponding company link below and complete their quick and easy application.

We recommend that you don’t apply to more than one company at the same time, because too many inquiries can lower your credit score.







Our Location

Dr. Ted Eisenberg’s office is located in Northeast Philadelphia, just off of U.S. 1 and within a few miles of I-95. Most of our patients comes from the Mid-Atlantic region – Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and New York. While many of our breast augmentation and breast lift patients live in this region and return to their own homes after surgery, others travel to see us from around the country and around the world. That's why on our website you'll find welcome pages in 12 languages.

Frequently  Asked Questions

 Does it cost more to get bigger breast implants?
It’s rare for surgeons to charge more for a breast augmentation with larger-sized implants. Manufacturers don’t charge by the cubic centimeter either: They set one price for all off-the-shelf saline breast implants, whether they are 200 or 600 ccs, and another price (about $1,000 higher) for silicone gel breast implants.

Are saline and silicone breast implants the same price?
Plastic surgeons commonly charge about $1,000 more for silicone gel implants than for saline implants. That’s because silicone gel implants are more expensive to produce, and manufacturers pass that cost along to doctors.

Will my health insurance cover the surgery?
Cosmetic surgery procedures, such as breast augmentation, breast implants, and breast lift, are considered elective surgeries and are not covered by health insurance.

Can I send in $1,000 at a time until I have paid in full?
Yes, as long as the fee is fully paid before your breast implant surgery. Some women do send weekly or monthly payments to us instead of making a one-time payment. If you can purchase your furniture on layaway, why not your new breasts?

Why do I have to pay for surgery in advance?
Because unlike cars, houses, or 52-inch flat-screen televisions, breast implants can’t be repossessed if you don’t pay your bill.

Can I deduct breast implants as a business expense?
It depends on how you use them. An exotic dancer from Indiana deducted the cost of her breast augmentation on her taxes in 1994. When the IRS objected, she took her case to tax court. The judge allowed the write-off; he ruled that her enhanced breasts were necessary stage props because they were used to generate revenue at the Indiana club where she danced. Her case made tax law history.

Read and Watch More

The Scoop on Breasts: A Plastic Surgeon Busts the Myths: Dr. Ted Eisenberg has performed more than 7,000 breast augmentations, which earned him the Guinness World Record for most breast augmentations performed in a lifetime. He drew on his vast experience to write this informative, entertaining and award-winning book, in which he candidly answers more than 200 actual patient questions on breast development, breast implants, breast lift and more. Read all about it here.

Our Cosmetic Breast Surgery Video Blog: Get answers to more of your breast augmentation, breast implants and breast lift questions in our video series. Our 22 short videos cover topics from "When Will My Breast Implants Drop and Fluff?" to "Pregnancy and Breast Implants: What to Expect."


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