Driving around the other day I saw a sign visible through a fence at a closed business in a strip mall. I thought it a fitting statement regarding the famous $3000 cheap boobjob:
Once in a while a patient comes to consultation to be floored by the going rate for a breast implant operation. My rates are pretty “middle of the road” for qualified surgeons anyway. Not uncommonly people will ask how can the other guy do it for $3000?
I have no idea.
It costs me more than $3000 to do the operation.
This sign above is evidence of that fact. If this doctor was doing so well at that rate why did he go out of business?
Another question: What happens to the women operated there if they have problems? Surgeons are not so keen on taking problem patients from other doctors. It is a liability problem.
John Di Saia MD