Breast Augmentation Offer – Package Deal with Dr Mark Doyle, Specialist Plastic Surgeon on the Gold Coast
Breast augmentation surgery is a surgical procedure performed to increase the size and projection of your breasts using breast implants, your own fat, or both. This special package price does not include the optional extra of fat transfer (fat grafting).
Breast Enlargement procedure or Boob Job has a very high patient satisfaction rate according to RealSelf’s Worth It survey.
As a Specialist Plastic Surgeon in Queensland, Dr Mark can provide you with a caring, supportive environment and decades of experience to help you achieve your desired result.
This all-inclusive special deal price of $12,990 includes:
- Dr Mark Doyle’s surgical fees
- High-quality silicone Motiva Breast Implants (which come with an extensive warranty)
- Round sized implants, between 200CC and 400CC
- Under the muscle placement of breast implants
- Crisalix 3D imaging
- Hospital theatre fee at John Flynn Private Hospital
- Day stay at John Flynn Private Hospital
- Anaesthetic fee
- All post-surgery appointments
- Post-surgery pack including garments and scripts for pain relief and antibiotics (if required)
This special offer is suitable for:
- First-time breast augmentation patients
- Women within a healthy BMI
- Women who live on the Gold Coast
- Women who live elsewhere – interstate or overseas (initial consultation can be arranged via FaceTime or Skype)
- Women with realistic expectations about what breast augmentation can achieve
If you would like to add any of the following options to your breast augmentation package price, additional fees will apply:
- Breast implants larger than 400CC
- Breast lift – Breast Lift with Implants
- Fat grafting – Fat Transfer Breast Augmentation
- Teardrop (anatomical) implants – Breast Implant Options
To book a consultation with Dr Mark Doyle, please contact Gold Coast Plastic Surgery during clinic hours.
Breast Augmentation Package Price – Fees and Costs of a Boob Job
Breast augmentation surgery is amongst the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures performed around the world. If you are considering breast enlargement, you may be wondering how much it costs.
However, if you have attempted to determine the cost of breast augmentation in Australia, you may have realised that an exact figure is hard to find. The fact is that the exact cost of breast augmentation surgery varies amongst patients, making it very difficult for a surgeon to advertise an accurate price.
Essentially, there are four cost components to breast augmentation pricing: implant costs, surgeon’s fees, anaesthetist’s fees and hospital fees.
Surgical fees are fixed and typically include the cost of the entire breast augmentation surgery, pre-operative care and aftercare. These fees will differ from surgeon to surgeon, depending on the surgeon’s professional qualifications, experience, professional recognition, popularity and even the location of their practice.
Breast augmentation surgery with Dr Doyle will be performed under a general anaesthetic. Anaesthetists, like most other medical specialists, do not have a standard scale of fees. Thus, the anaesthetist fee will depend on the qualifications of the anaesthetist who attends to you. Again, expect to be given an estimation of fees prior to your procedure.
Hospital fees will vary significantly from facility to facility. All major surgery by Dr Doyle is performed at John Flynn Hospital in Tugun.
Keep in mind that surgeons and anaesthetics are regarded as “independent contractors” who utilise the facilities of private hospitals. As such, Dr Doyle is unable to negotiate, discuss or agree on the arrangements that the hospital makes with patients regarding fees.
As breast augmentation surgery is typically performed as a day procedure, the cost given as hospital fees will not include an overnight stay – only two or so hours in the operating theatre and the time required to recover from anaesthesia. If an overnight stay is required, expect the fee to increase.
Breast Implant Costs
There are a wide variety of breast implants available and Dr Doyle will discuss these with you depending on the result you are looking to achieve.
While you can choose between both saline and silicone implants, most Australian surgeons recommend silicone breast implants. While these are more expensive, silicone implants are far less likely to ripple or wrinkle and, unlike saline implants, will not leak or deflate.
The price of your implants will also vary depending on the brand, texture, size and shape you decide on. Teardrop-shaped implants are typically more expensive than round implants and naturally, the larger the implant size, the higher the cost will be. Again, Dr Doyle will help you determine the texture, size and shape that will best suit your goals.
Is breast augmentation covered by medicare or private health insurance?
Breast augmentation is typically considered to be a purely cosmetic procedure and is thus not covered by Medicare. Despite this, Medicare may cover some of the costs if there is a medical reason for the surgery, for example, breast reconstruction following a mastectomy or congenital abnormality such as tuberous breasts.
Whether your private insurance fund covers breast augmentation will depend on the type of policy you have. Depending on your policy, some hospital fees and other costs may be reimbursed. Anything that is not covered will be an out-of-pocket expense. Ensure that you clarify exactly what is and isn’t covered with your insurance fund before you book a breast augmentation procedure.
For more information about the prices of Breast Augmentation – Phone the clinic or contact us