Another option is to consider getting your breast implants at a teaching hospital from a learning resident. You won’t get the delicate skill of an experienced, board-certified surgeon, but teaching hospital residents are “assisted by established, experienced, private attending surgeons,” says Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Robin T.W. Yuan in a RealSelf Q&A.
If you check out surgeons online, you will see that the prices of a "standard" rhinoplasty vary quite a lot from country to country, clinic to clinic and surgeon to surgeon. This is, of course, related to the standard of the country, type of the clinic, but most of all and most important of all, the surgeon's education, experience, the techniques he/she uses, the number of surgeries he/she performed, the percentage of successfull surgeries and number of satisfied patients.
Your breasts should be completely healed six months after your augmentation. There will still be scar tissue, which will continue to change over the next several months. At 12 months, your surgical incisions will have faded significantly. Though the scars will still be slightly noticeable, they will be concealed due to the special techniques and incision placement used by our surgeons.
Experience, time in the operating room, complexity and sometimes even the surgeon's reputation does not always produce beautiful noses. It is similar to asking the question how much does an artist's painting cost? I could answer this by saying that it depends on the cost of the paint, the canvas, the brushes, the amount of time it takes to paint, the rent costs at my studio, etc. Is this what makes the difference between a da Vinci painting and one by an art student?