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Sierra Leon
2 months ago


This might be a rather “silly” question but is there anyone or any establishment that might offer a pro bono or reduced cost for a breast augmentation? After breastfeeding my child for over a year my breasts are completely gone. I don’t have the extra money at the moment for the procedure

Procedure: Breast Augmentation
Location: Grand Rapids, MI

Replies 4

Jaime Caloca Valenzuela
ASPS Int. Surgeon

Yes, of course. I am able to offer breast augmentation at reduced costs. Jaime Caloca Jr., M.D.

Rahul Vemula
ASPS Surgeon
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Please be very cautious and wary of low cost cosmetic surgery. The price is usually too good to be true. There are many high volume low quality centers in the US and neighboring countries where you may not be operated on by a board certified plastic surgeon or the first time you meet your surgeon is the day of surgery.

One viable alternative is to seek out a resident cosmetic surgery clinic at an academic medical center which has a Plastic Surgery Residency program. At such programs, you will be usually operated on by a chief resident in plastic surgery who is in their final year of training. They work under the close supervision of a board certified plastic surgeon. With something like this, you can ensure that you will get the highest quality of care, have someone available for follow up and also have a significant cost savings.

best wishes for a safe surgery!

Alfred Antonetti
ASPS Surgeon

You may deed a breast lift in combination with the augmentation and this is a risky operation that is best performed by a good ABPS certified or eligible plastic surgeon. Remember that cheap plastic surgery is no good and good plastic surgery is not cheap.

Andrew Livingston
ASPS Surgeon

I'd be happy to see you. It won't be free, but may be less expensive than what you expect. And, I'm in GR


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