Breast Augmentation Utah | Crofts MD Plastic Surgery

Breast Augmentation

What is Breast Augmentation Surgery?

The goal of breast augmentation is to create beautiful-looking breasts that look and feel natural. Dr.
Crofts uses silicone or saline implants to increase the size and projection of the breast. Dr. Crofts will decide with you what implant shape, style, and fullness you want to achieve your ideal look. Breast augmentation alone does not change the breast’s basic shape, nor does it address breast sagginess (ptosis). In order to achieve their desired results, some patients may need lifting or reshaping of the breast tissue along with the placement of implants. These are things Dr. Crofts will address with you during your consultation.

The Aesthetica Difference

Dr. Crofts has performed thousands of augmentations over his 22 years as a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. He uses an open pocket technique to augment the breasts. This technique allows for breasts to move in the breast pocket, creating a more natural look and feel. We have several different silicone implants options, including the gummy bear implants, to tailor results to meet the patient’s needs.

Journey to Confidence

Frequently asked questions

Breast augmentation and breast reconstruction are considered very safe.

Breast augmentation is not covered by insurance and is considered an elective procedure.  Insurance may cover breast reconstruction with implants in cases of malignancy.

Breast augmentation may or may not be part of a mommy makeover and just depends on the patients needs and goals.

A mommy makeover is a combination of procedures. Although the procedures vary from patient to patient, popular mommy makeover procedures typically  include  breast augmentation and/or breast lift, liposuction and abdominoplasty.

The price for a breast augmentation ranges from $6,000 to $7,500. This price includes anesthesia, operating room facilities and Dr. Crofts fees. The price varies depending on the type of implants you choose.

Breast augmentation alone does not change the breast’s basic shape, nor does it address breast sagginess (ptosis). In order to achieve their desired results, some patients may need lifting or reshaping of the breast tissue along with the placement of implants. During your consultation, Dr. Crofts will discuss implant ptosis and different types of breast lifts.

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