I’m not going to be shy. A lot of women in the Vegas industry have huge breasts, but very few are naturally blessed. Breast augmentation isn’t cheap — the procedure can cost $5,000 to $10,000 depending on size and doctor. Only a few doctors offer free consultation so prospective patients have to dish out $100 to $250 just to see if it is something they want to do. Don’t worry, though, if you go forward, the consultation fee is deducted from the overall cost.
It’s not easy coming up with that much money and figuring out which surgeon to choose. What if you could your surgery paid for, though? A website called MyFreeImplants.com, gives women a place to raise money for their cause. Donators can “make a difference for as little as $1 per donation.” It’s basically the Facebook of free boobs. Women create online profiles that include dollar figure for how much they’re trying to raise. Every time someone messages a girl, she receives $1 toward the cause. Girls aren’t required to respond to the message. They can post videos, blogs, and any additional information it takes to get donors. Nude pictures aren’t required, but before-and-after bikini shots are. Does it work? According to a friend of a friend, she raised $6,000 in eight months. I would think you would want your $1 to maybe go to breast cancer awareness, but I guess everyone has personal preferences.
The site conveniently lists certified plastic surgeons in your area to help you choose. I don’t know how the doctors are rated, but you may want more of an expert’s opinion. Vegas Seven features surgeons throughout the year along with its Top Docs issue. Here are a few from that issue who offer free consultations:
Frank L. Stile M.D.
8954 Spanish Ridge Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89148
Jeffrey J. Roth M.D.
9280 W Sunset Rd Suite 236, Las Vegas, NV 89148
Gosel Anson, M.D
8530 W Sunset Rd Suite 130, Las Vegas, NV 89113
(Terrence B. Higgins was also featured from this clinic)