Brow Lift Cost and Financing
The cost of a brow lift (forehead lift) depends on many things, including who your doctor is and where his or her practice is. On average, brow lift surgery costs range from $2,000 to $8,000. To determine your brow lift cost, you have to take the following factors into account.
Average Costs vs. Lowered Costs
The average cost of a brow lift is about $3,000, but can go as low as $2,000 and as high as $8,000. Less experienced doctors may charge less for a brow lift, so ask your surgeon how many he or she has performed to get a proper estimate. Remember to not let your worry over cost hurt your safety, if you feel uncomfortable with an inexperienced surgeon then find one you are more comfortable with.
If you're looking at a reduced brow lift cost, ensure that your surgeon is properly credentialed and certified to perform the surgery. If the cost of the surgery seems too good to be true, then look for anything you might have missed. Check and double check to make sure you fully understand how your surgeon's pricing structure works, and find out if the surgeon's experience is the reason for the lower cost.
Other procedures being performed at the same time may impact the brow lift cost as well, so be aware of the miscellaneous fees and charges that your surgeon will add onto the bill before you sign off on the surgery.
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Endoscopic Brow Lift Cost
An endoscopic brow lift costs almost the same as a traditional brow lift but has a shorter recovery time. This helps with the overall amount of money spent on the brow lift procedure, since time taken off from work can sometimes mean less money for some patients. If lost work time is a big concern for you, strongly consider the endoscopic brow lift instead of the traditional lift.
The endoscopic technique also needs less post-surgical care than a traditional lift, as well as less medication for discomfort following the procedure. These factors contribute to the overall brow lift cost, and should be taken into consideration.
Still, the endoscopic technique is newer, and experience among surgeons will vary more than with the more traditional brow lift. Make sure to ask your surgeon about their experience if this technique appeals to you.
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Financing the Cost of a Brow Lift
Brow lift cost can be financed through either the surgeon's personal office, or an independent medical financing company.
If your surgeon offers in-house financing, discuss your options with the office manager at least once prior to surgery. Any information regarding interest rates and payment obligations can be discussed at this time.
If your surgeon does not offer in-house financing, they should be able to help guide you through the process with an independent financing company.
Don't hesitate to ask any time you have questions about the brow lift cost or the financial plan. Your surgeon's practice is there to help you with the process, and you should not feel uneasy when undergoing this significant procedure.
Contact a Surgeon about Brow Lift Cost
To start looking for a surgeon that offers a fair brow lift cost with excellent experience, use the DocShop listings of facial plastic surgeons in your area. With DocShop, an online stable of skilled doctors and a wealth of medical information are at your fingertips. Take advantage of it today.
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