What Does Plastic Surgery Cost?

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Paying for your Plastic Surgery

Plastic Surgery Costs. Our Practice accepts direct deposits, credit card payment (Mastercard or Visa), bank cheques and cash.
  • A deposit is required to secure your surgery date.
  • Then full payment must be received at least two weeks prior to your scheduled surgery.

 

Our Practice is not a credit provider. We do not receive commissions or rebates from any suppliers we mention.

 

You will need to consider your own financial circumstances when deciding what is suitable for you. We provide no financial advice.

 

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Payment Plan Overview

 

PAYMENT BEFORE YOUR OPERATION

 

Surgery Savings Plans

A special purpose savings fund may be an option for patients who want to save up the funds to pay for their surgery before having their operation.
To save on mortgage interest, you can also choose to pay your mortgage ‘down’ in advance then redraw the extra money when you’re ready to have surgery.

 

PAYMENT AFTER YOUR OPERATION

 

Payment Plans

Quality Plastic Surgery can be costly. Our Plastic Surgeons don’t cut corners when it comes to patient safety and aiming for optimal results.

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4 WAYS TO PAY FOR YOUR PLASTIC SURGERY

 

  1. Start a Special Purpose Savings Fund.
    There are a range of special purpose savings accounts including ING, Bankwest, ME Bank, St George, HSBC, Bank of Melbourne & Rabobank. Visit www.finder.com.au/savings-accounts.

  2. Reduce your Home Loan Interest by using your Home Loan to Save Up.
    Save on home loan interest by paying down your home mortgage and then redrawing when you’re ready to have surgery.

  3. Withdrawing from your Super Fund to pay for Surgery.
    Through following a special government process, Superannuation Funds can sometimes be accessed to pay for life-changing surgery. This is likely to apply to Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck), Breast Reduction, Body Lift Surgery after massive weight loss, Rhinoplasty & Eyelid Lifts. The Department of Human Services (DHS) will assess Early Super Fund Access for medical procedures that treat life-threatening illnesses & chronic pain. The final decision will be made by your Super Fund. Find out more at the DHS website: www.humanservices.gov.au/customer/services/centrelink/early-release-of-superannuation

  4. External Companies and Banks.
    There are a number of reputable external companies that offer payment plans to suit all types of applicants.

 


Take a look at this video from one of our Patient Advisors, Michelle who explains the costs associated with Plastic Surgery in more detail.


 

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Get in touch for further advice on any Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Procedure OR to discuss payment options or pricing for your surgery.

 

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