Surgery Prices & Payment Plans
Plastic Surgery & Cosmetic Surgery Prices & Payment Plans for Dr Scott Turner Plastic Surgeon
How much is a Consultation with Dr Scott Turner?
- A Cosmetic Consultation is $350 (inc GST)
- A Medical Consultation (Skin Cancer) is $225
- A Virtual Initial Consultation is also available
How Much Does Plastic Surgery Cost in Newcastle & Sydney, Australia?
Prices paid for cosmetic and plastic surgery are different around Australia. Surgery Costs vary for plastic surgery as every patient has slightly different anatomy and varying surgery needs.
Your Price for surgery will depend on your choice of surgeon, which hospital and how long your surgery will take. It will also vary based on eligibility for Medicare and whether you are insured or uninsured.
A fully customised estimate and price range for your plastic surgery procedure is available when you come in for a confidential consultation
Your Quote as part of a fully informed financial consent will outline your specific
- Hospital Costs based on theatre time and length of hospital stay
- Surgeon Fee
- Anaesthetists Fee
- Assistants Fee (if applicable)
- Implant fee (if applicable)
- Any medicare codes that may be applicable to your surgery
A consultation with Dr Turner will get you started on your journey and provide you with further information and a cost for the procedure
How to pay for your Surgery with Dr Turner
Surgery theatre dates must be secured with a deposit payment of $1,000
- Full payment will be required at least 2 weeks prior to your surgery theatre date.
- Payment methods include bank transfer or cash – you can also pay with VISA Credit Card but there will be an additional 1.3% surcharge
Four Ways to Fund Your Surgery including a Payment Plan and Medical Finance for Surgery
Most of our patients fund their surgery using these methods
- Plan ahead and Save up! – Start a Special Purpose Savings Fund.
A range of special-purpose savings accounts from banks are available. Visit comparison websites like Finder to compare interest rates and use a savings calculator to find the best savings accounts.
- Use an Interest-Free or Low-Interest Credit Card
Some banks offer ‘Interest-Free’ periods or ‘Low-Interest rate’ credit cards as an alternative to medical finance firms. Visit a website like Credit Card Finder to review credit card rates and conditions.
- Withdraw from your Super Fund to pay for Surgery.
By applying through a special government ATO process, Superannuation Funds can sometimes be accessed early to pay for life-changing surgery. This is likely to apply to Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck), Breast Reduction, Body Contouring or Skin Reduction after significant weight loss or Bariatric Weight Loss Surgery. The Australian Tax Office (ATO) will assess your Early Super Fund Access application for medical procedures that treat life-threatening illnesses or chronic pain. The final decision to release, however, will be made by your Super Fund. Find out more by visiting ATO.
Payment Plan from Medical Finance Companies like TLC – Total Lifestyle Credit, MacCredit and Medipay are used by some patients to provide funding for their cosmetic surgery. Google them.
Payment Plans and Medical Finance for Plastic Surgery and Cosmetic Surgery
- You can find a range of medical finance providers that offer finance and payment plans for plastic surgery by typing in “Medical Finance Australia” into Google
- MAC Credit and Total Lifestyle Credit may help finance your medical and surgery costs.
- Want to learn more? Phone us today – we’re here to help.
Will your Super Fund help pay for your surgery?
How to Access your own Superannuation to help pay for your Plastic Surgery
By applying through a special government program, your Superannuation Fund can sometimes be accessed early to pay for your life-changing surgery.
The Australian Tax Office (ATO) will assess your Early Super Fund Access application for medical procedures that treat life-threatening illnesses or chronic pain. The final decision, however, will be made by your own Super Fund as some funds will not allow withdrawal. Find out more by visiting the ATO website or contacting Supercare.