If you are shopping around for a general idea of the costs involved for a particular cosmetic surgery procedure, then you will have probably found that many online clinics are reluctant to give a specific cost for any of their services.
This is not an indicator that there is anything to hide, most cosmetic surgeons agree it’s better for a potential client to be consulted personally and have their procedure tailored to their specific needs rather than referring to a catch all price list that may not be an accurate representation of what their chosen procedure will ultimately cost.
To receive an accurate quote, you need to have a consultation with your surgeon, but we can give you a rough guideline as to the range of prices that are currently being offered across a wide range of cosmetic surgery procedures.
The price you pay depends on many things. If you have one or more procedures performed at the same time, it is quite common for the clinic to offer a price reduction.
The location of the hospital or clinic also plays a big part in the final cost, but don’t be tempted by extremely cheap deals. They may seem a good idea, but the reputation of your surgeon is the first thing to consider, not the fee. If a surgeon has a long list of satisfied clients then you are more likely to be happy with your results. The last thing you want is having to pay for another procedure to correct the first one.
Breast Augmentation is increasingly popular and has become quite affordable for many people. Breast enlargement, breast reduction (for men or women), or the removal of implants are all priced between £3000 and £5000 at reputable clinics.
Prices for breast enlargement will usually include surgery time and the actual implants, but ask at your consultation to make sure that this is the case as the type of implant that you choose will have an effect on the overall cost.
Mini tummy tucks can cost around £2000 to £4500 and a full or extended tummy tuck is usually in the region of £4000 to £6000.
Rhinoplasty, or nose restructuring and shaping, is around £3500 to £4000 and facial augmentations such as cheek or chin implants start from £2500 to £4000. General eyelid surgery such as the removal of excess skin or the bags from under the eyes is around £3000 to £4000, a brow lift can be between £2000 and £4000 and non surgical dermal fillers can range from £150 to more than £750. Botox is a fairly standard price of £175 to £300 depending on the strength and amount used per session and chemical peels start at £60.
A full facelift may be as much as £10000 but again, it is very much dependent on exactly how much work you intend to have done. Facelifts start from about £4000 but a neck lift may give you the result you are looking for and that is around £3000 to £5500.