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Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation, or breast enhancement, is one of the most personal decisions you will ever make for your body.

Do you dream of a larger bust size? Wish for a perkier profile? Desire a more youthful shape?

All are achievable with breast augmentation or breast reshaping surgery performed by a board-certified plastic surgeon. Our team takes an artistic approach and uses the latest surgical techniques to create a natural-looking result that you will love.

What is breast augmentation?

Breast augmentation involves using breast implants or the transfer of fat to increase the size of your breasts and improve breast shape and symmetry. Women of all ages who have smaller breasts, as well women who have lost volume and shape due to pregnancy or weight loss, can gain confidence from this cosmetic surgery procedure.

During surgery, the implants you select during your consultation will be placed and positioned for optimal appearance and symmetry. General anesthesia is commonly used. You will see a difference in breast size and shape immediately, and your incisions will heal and fade over time. You will be able to go home after the procedure.

Breast implants video

Watch this video by retired surgeon, Dr. Kahler, to learn more about breast augmentation with breast implants.


Learn more about breast implants

Saline breast implants are solid silicone shells filled with saline (sterile salt water). They come in a variety of sizes and profiles to help you achieve the look you want.

During your consultation, our team will help you carefully choose the implants that will help fulfill your aesthetic goals.

The FDA has approved the use of third generation silicone gel implants, which have several advantages that Dr. Kahler will explain. He also offers the most recent FDA-approved “cohesive” silicone implants.


Breast Augmentation Before & After Gallery

Please note that each patient's body and results are unique.

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How much does breast augmentation cost?

Breast augmentation is a cosmetic procedure and is not covered by insurance.

Fee quotes are given at the time of consultation and range from $4,200 to $5,200 (depending on additional procedures that may be required). This includes the physician charge, facility fee, anesthesia fee, pre-operative visit, post-operative visits for up to three months, dressings and garments.


Breasts in black lace bra.

Visualize the new you

Mentor breast implants provides a way to visualize yourself with breast augmentation in just seconds. Simply upload a photo!

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