Pricing and Cost of Plastic Surgery Procedures around Australia
What does it cost? This is one of the first questions anyone usually asks when it comes to looking at plastic surgery. The answer is it varies a LOT.
We have done the research for you and come up with a general price guide for each procedure. These are an approximate guide only; each surgeon or doctor, surgery and clinic can vary dramatically in their pricing.
It will also depend on how much work is involved in your particular procedure, which hospital you choose and how much aftercare is required.
Whether you have the right level of Private Health Insurance cover or not can also make a big difference.
It pays to note that just because a particular surgeon charges less, does not by any means make them a less competent surgeon. In fact, quite a few of the leading surgeons actually have very competitive prices.
When asking for an estimate on a particular procedure make sure you ask the surgeon if that includes all the costs – surgeon fee, your hospital stay, the anesthetist, surgeon’s assistant (if req), support garments, medication and the pre-op and post-op consultation fees.
Plastic Surgery prices in Australia – inclusive prices
- $7,000 – $17,000
- $10,000 – $25,000 (May require multiple sessions)
- Read more about the costs of Fat Transfer to Breasts in Australia
- $10,000 – $20,000
- Read more about the cost of Breast reduction in Australia
- $10,000 – $20,000
- $12,000 – $24,000 for Muscle Repair Abdominoplasty
- $8,000-$16,000 for a Skin removal only Abdominoplasty
- Read more about the cost of Tummy Tuck – Abdominoplasty surgery in Australia
- $15,000 – $30,000
- Read more about the cost of Mummy Makeover – combined Breast & Tummy Surgery in Australia
- $5,000 – $12,000
- Read more about the cost of Labiaplasty surgery in Australia
- $8,000 – $20,000
- $6,000 – $20,000
- $10,000 – $70,000
- $5,000 – $10,000 – Upper or Lower Blepharoplasty on its own
- $8,000 – $15,000 – Upper & Lower (performed at the same time)
- Also depends if it is performed in clinic, in a day surgery or in a private hospital.
So as you can see, the results of our research showed the range of pricing for each surgery was quite high.
We recommend you phone at least three different surgeons/clinics before making any decisions about where you have your surgery; taking into account not just pricing, but quality, reputation of the surgeon and suitability for you and your procedure.
For more information on any of these or other procedures, visit the surgical procedures page.