Plastic Surgery Payment Plans
Breast implant illness and en bloc capsulectomy
A common question from many patients is “do you offer plastic surgery payment plans?”.
For patients with severe back pain from large breasts, or recurrent skin infections after weight loss, plastic surgery can be a profound and life changing experience. Unfortunately Medicare and health funds only subsidise a specific amount of the cost associated with these procedures, so payment plans are often considered as another viable option.
How much does a breast reduction in Perth cost?
Breast implants are like all foreign bodies in that they have a limited life span, and will need to be revised or replaced or removed at some stage. Breast implants are made out of a silicon outer shell, with softer silicon inside. The longer breast implants have been in place, the higher the risk of complications such as breast implant leak, breast implant rupture, capsular contracture, and even a type of cancer (Breast Implant Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma, or BIA ALCL).
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Do you have large breasts that cause you embarrassment, back or shoulder or neck pain, or difficulty exercising? Many women with these symptoms will benefit from breast reduction surgery, and want to know if Medicare will help pay for their procedure.
How much does a tummy tuck in Perth cost? Is it covered by Medicare?
As a plastic surgeon I consider it a privilege to be able to assist people in attaining their goals, be it cosmetic or reconstructive surgery. Plastic surgery is an amazing speciality, one that is the ultimate expression of art and science. Plastic surgery can produce results that have a profoundly positive impact on both the appearance and psyche of patients - and it’s this that makes plastic surgery so special.
A common question that patients often ask is how much does a tummy tuck (or abdominoplasty) cost in Perth. The cost of surgery is confusing enough, and the cost of tummy tuck surgery is even more confusing due to changes by Medicare regarding item number 30177.