No. They are considered cosmetic. But what if they are implanted in conjunction with a deductible procedure?
Tax Court Case O’Donnabhain (2010), 134 TC No. 4 The Tax Court has held that an individual could deduct as a medical care expense under Code Sec. 213 amounts paid for hormone therapy and sex reassignment surgery that were incurred in connection with a condition known as gender identity disorder, which the Tax Court found to be a disease. However, it found that breast augmentation surgery that the individual also had in connection with the disorder was cosmetic surgery and amounts paid for it were not deductible under Code Sec. 213(d)(9).