Always remember the old adage "You get what you pay for".
There are some disadvantages to transumbilical breast augmentation. It is stated quite eloquently from the site Breast Augmentation | Breast Implants | Breast Augmentation Surgeons | Breast Implant Surgery
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"There are disadvantages to all incisions, and TUBA is no exception. First, it can be somewhat difficult to find a surgeon that is skilled and experienced with this procedure. If you want partial sub-muscular placement, you will have an even more difficult time. If there are problems with the placement of the implants via the navel incision, it's likely that another incision will need to be used, commonly the areola or crease incision. When using the TUBA method, the surgeon will be working quite a distance from the breast, which means less control."
I know several excellent surgeons, some who use TUBA and others who do not, but they are out of your area. Are you willing to travel for excellent results?