The consultation fee will be deducted from the cost of treatment(s) should you wish to proceed with the treatment(s). The minimum fee to see a doctor is $200, aside from skin checks (which are between $99 and $180 out-of-pocket)
|Laser / Skin Appointment - Therapist||$50
|Non-surgical Appointment for the Face - Doctor||$200|
|Non-surgical Appointment for the Body - Doctor||$250|
|Surgical Appointment - Doctor||$250|
|Mole Check / Skin Cancer Review - Doctor||$99 to $180 (out-of-pocket)|
|Lip Filler||$550 to $800 per mL|
|Nose Fillers||$990 to $1,500 per mL
|Anti-wrinkle (Wrinkle Relaxers) ||$15-$18 per unit|
Mole Removal & Scarring
|Scar Revision||$350 to $700|
|Skin Lesion / Mole Removal||$350 to $450 (out-of-pocket) for 1st mole, then $100 per mole.|
|LED Light Therapy||$60|
|Peel & LED Light Therapy||$100|
|Medifacial & LED Light Therapy ||$140|
|Laser Toning Medifacial & LED Light Therapy||$300|
|Vivace (Radio Frequency Microneedling, Face & Neck)||$1,200|
|NeoGen (Plasma Skin Resurfacing, Face & Neck)||$2,000|
|Helium or Nitrogen Plasma (Advanced Skin Resurfacing, Face & Neck)||$500 to $2,500|
Some Considerations about Pricing for Surgical Procedures
Whether you have your procedure done in a hospital’s formal operating room or a private clinic, there’s a charge for use of the facility. This is usually time-based, and also covers consumables and instruments.
If deep sedation or a general anaesthetic is required, then this must be provided by an anaesthetist; therefore, there shall be a fee levied for the services of this doctor, and also for the staff required to assist and then for the recovery phase (immediately after the operation).
Is the required surgery a ‘primary operation’ (i.e. first time) or is it a revision procedure or secondary operation (i.e. done for a second time after many years, e.g. another facelift). Generally, due to the presence of scar tissue, revision procedures and secondary operations require greater time, have a higher complication risk, and outcomes are less predictable.