For your safety, you will need to undergo several medical tests to ensure an optimal outcome prior to surgery. All medical testing and lab work is an out-of-pocket expense. However, pre-operative costs only reflect a small chunk of your overall surgery price.
Your actual surgery is where most expenses will occur. Brow lift surgery typically takes anywhere from 1-2 hours. However, in more complex cases, the procedure can take longer making the price tag much higher. Dr. Lawton will help determine how long your procedure will take and what you’ll pay at the time of your in-person consultation.
The majority of your surgical costs will go to your surgeon. The amount you pay can vary significantly based on your surgeon’s skill and expertise. Choosing a board-certified surgeon such as Dr. Lawton can ensure you’re getting the best possible outcome with natural-looking results.
During surgery, a skilled anesthesiologist will closely monitor your vitals and adjust your doses throughout. This certified specialist charges an hourly rate to keep you comfortable while your surgery is in progress.
Hospital & Facility Expenses
Facility fees account for a larger percent of your surgery. Hospitals and other accredited facilities charge on a per-hour basis. The more complex the surgery, the higher the ultimate price tag will be.
Although minor, there are several post-surgical costs you might want to consider. These expenses can include everything from prescription pain medications, post-surgical garments, and even follow-up visits with your surgeon.