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News Alert: Nobody Wants to Chip in for Your Boob Job, Honey

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Woman in black sleeveless crop top in front of graffiti background.Listen, everyone can appreciate a nice rack. But that doesn’t mean we want to help a stranger pay for one.

Yep — crowdfunding for boob jobs is a thing. Just ask Deavan Clegg of 90-Day Fiancé fame. She is asking her dedicated followers on OnlyFans to help her pay for a breast augmentation.

Admittedly, if you are going to crowdfund a boob job, OnlyFans is the place to do it. At least the “buyers” will get the chance to enjoy the results. Still, if you are getting plastic surgery for the right reasons — for yourself, your wants, your needs — you should be looking to fund it on your own.

Plastic Surgery: It Ain’t Cheap

It isn’t uncommon for clients to struggle with how to pay for a breast augmentation. Plastic surgery is expensive, and prices go up every year. Breast augmentation costs across the US average around $4,000, but that price is only for the surgery itself. Other elements that are essential to the procedure, like the anesthesia and, oh yeah, the surgeon, cost extra.

Not many people have 10k or more just sitting around, waiting to be spent on plastic surgery. Luckily, you have options.

No, You Don’t Need to Sell Your First-Born Child

Admittedly, plastic surgery isn’t cheap, but you are investing in yourself.

Nor do you need to make an OnlyFans account or get on GoFundMe or get a boob job from a dentist. There are quite a few alternative ways to pay for plastic surgery that could work for you.

Start With Insurance

In most cases, breast augmentation isn’t going to be covered by your insurance. However, if it is a reconstructive surgery rather than a cosmetic one, your provider should cover it in part or in full. In any case, it doesn’t hurt to ask.

Build Up Some Savings

You might not be able to save up the cost in full before getting the surgery, but every little bit helps. Save up as much as you can to pay down the total of the surgery, leaving you with less to manage later on.

Ask About Payment Plans

Your surgeon knows not every client will be a Hollywood star with millions in the bank. That’s why most plastic surgeon’s offices offer payment plans. This gives you the chance to pay off your balance in monthly installments, often without accumulating interest.

Medical Credit Card

Some providers offer special credit cards as a way to help those with no or limited insurance access to critical care. However, they can also be used for elective procedures, like breast augmentation. And, if you pay off the balance within the specified time period, there is often no interest.

Personal Loan

If you have good credit but lack savings, a personal loan could be the right option for you. This is taken out the same as any loan — just apply at your bank or credit union and wait to see if you are approved. If you are, then the funds are yours to use as you wish.

Of course, if you still want to try the crowdfunding route, that is up to you. Just try not to get your hopes up too much.

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