How much does Breast augmentation cost in Baltimore, Maryland?

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Patients who call our office looking for Breast augmentation information are usually also gathering total surgical cost prices as well as financing information. This week, our office did a little bit of secret shopping to find out what the average cost of a breast augmentation procedure is in Baltimore.

What is included in total cost?

Remember that Breast augmentation Total Costs depend on whether you select silicone or saline Implants. When patients come into the office, most are aware that silicone implants cost more than saline. We compared costs of both. To be clear, we define total Breast augmentation cost to include the following:

total Breast augmentation price $ = surgeon’s fee + implants OR facility fee + anesthesia 

The results of our little pricing survey revealed a few things:

  • Baltimore has a huge selection of experienced Board certified plastic surgeons!
  • Breast augmentation cost is not a function of the length of time the surgeon has been in practice
  • Silicone implant Total Cost is approximately $1000 greater than saline total costs
  • Total average Cost of 10 surgeons: saline $6033, silicone  $7003
  • All surgeons, except for one, quote total cost without a pain pump.

Baltimore Breast augmentation survey results

Here are the results of our pricing comparison:

SurgeonYrs experSaline TotalSilicone Total
Dr A30 yrs$6,500$7,500
Dr B25 yrs$6,200$7,000
Dr C25 yrs$5,975$6,975
Dr D25 yrs$5,800$6,950
Dr E20+ yrs$5,800$6,400
Dr F17 yrs$5,600$6,600
Dr G17 yrs$5,500$6,500
Dr H17 yrs$6,000$7,100
Dr I16 yrs$6,450$7,500
Dr J7 yrs$6,500$7,500
Average20 yrs$6,033$7,003
Dr. Rodriguez25 yrs$4,800$5,600

Keep in mind that the prices in the table above were the prices quoted by phone, this week in June 2013.

Update: Breast Augmentation Prices 2020

If you’re interested in having a Breast Augmentation procedure in 2020, and want to save a ton of money, contact us to reserve your price, or give us a call at 410-494-8100. Prices are:

saline $4400, silicone $5300

Our current prices are good for procedures performed in 2020. You must only put down your deposit by February 28, 2020. Pain pump can be added for $250. After this date, call the office to find out current pricing. Procedures are eligible for financing but some restrictions do apply. This is a gigantic opportunity!

By Dr. Ricardo L. Rodriguez MD Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Cosmeticsurg Baltimore, Maryland Ricardo L. Rodriguez on American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

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22 thoughts on “How much does Breast augmentation cost in Baltimore, Maryland?”

  • Margaret Lambrecht says:

    I’ve been researching for so long and I feel very confident that I need to consult with you ASAP! I live in NY and had a TT in 2018, only 3 months after my 3rd (and final!)c section. Sadly, the mesh repair has failed and the TT itself wasn’t what I wanted… I was pulled and skin removed but belly button never touched. It looks rather, weird! I have one more shot to get this right!
    • Dr. Ricardo L. Rodriguez says:

      I apologize for this late reply. Do you still have a problem with your Tummy Tuck?
    • Dr. Ricardo L. Rodriguez says:

      I apologize for the late reply. We hope you got a solution to your implant questions.
    • Dr. Ricardo L. Rodriguez says:

      Contact for pricing info and arranging a consult. We"d love to see you!
  • Christina Fiori says:

    Can I have a staff member contact me at 443-627-3007 I am very interested in having this procedure as soon as possible. Thank you
  • Bethmarie Lugo says:

    Please send me information about your breast augmentation and costs! Do you ever run specials? I'm really hoping to get this done in the next three months or so!
    • Dr. Ricardo L Rodriguez says:

      Bethmarie: I will put you in contact with Kelly right today, sorry about the delay, I only look at the blog once a month or so as it is designed for giving out information only. Her email is Try for August!
  • Loida says:

    Do you do any financing in the office,without financing with a company? I'm interested in breast impalants and breast lift I have $7,000 now.
    • Dr. Ricardo L Rodriguez says:

      hi Loida, We do offer financing via 3 different credit companies. Please call the office and ask for Molly who will explain these options.
  • Alaina says:

    I wanted an average price for a dual surgery, a tummy tuck and breast lift? I'm 47 years old and I currently have D cup breasts that sag terribly. I'm curious what sort of price tag I would incur to correct some of my issues.
    • Dr. Ricardo L Rodriguez says:

      Alaina: I will have Kelly at contact you for pricing info. Thanks for your interest. In the meantime I advise you to read up on how we do things so you can see how we are different. Read about Tummy Tucks here , about Breast lift here and about both combined here
  • JENNAI says:

    • Dr. Ricardo L Rodriguez says:

      Jennai: Size does not make a difference. We do have very competitive pricing. I will let Kelly at kelly@cosmeticsurg to know of your interest
  • Laura G says:

    I was wondering if the silicone price is the same if you decide to get the "gummy bear" silicone implants. Do you use these implants on your patients?
    • Dr. Ricardo L Rodriguez says:

      Laura G: "Gummy Bear" implants are a poorly understood category of implants. A lot of other implants that have "cohesive gel" are a little firmer than the older type liquid gel, and the silicone sticks together, thus the name cohesive. The gummy bear implant is VERY stiff, and is used mainly for breast reconstruction or in cases where there is a high risk of capsular contracture. It is very firm so it will resist the forces of capsular contracture. I use Gummy Bear, but only for reconstruction cases. They are too firm and do not feel natural.
  • Patricia Kieley says:

    I have breast implants that are now 25 yrs. old! They are silicone and under the muscle. I have never had any problems with them and have always looked natural. But after 25 years, gravity has taken over. I would like to have them removed and replaced. The incision for original surgery was made under the breast and is not visible. I have read that removing/replacing is a somewhat less complicated procedure than a first time implant and am wondering if a)this is true and b) if it would be any less expensive. Thank you.
    • Dr. Ricardo L Rodriguez says:

      Patricia: If, as you say they are drooping, your breasts may need a lift. You may or not need to have the implants replaced. Without seeing them I can't render an opinion. I will have Kelly at contact you if you are interested in advice or a more specific advice based on a more complete set of information. As for pricing, without knowing what was originally charged, there is no way I can say anything.
  • penny says:

    hi wanted to know how much would it cost me I have 4000 now I need to know how much more I need to get my breast done one cup size bigger please let me and where use are at
    • Dr. Ricardo L Rodriguez says:

      Penny: You can call Kelly for financing options at You are very close to getting this done!