Plastic surgery for plastic surgery patients: New research shows that the process can cost a little more than what’s billed to the patient
Plastic surgery is becoming more affordable, but that is not the only reason why some people may choose to skip it.
A new study published in the journal PLOS One found that patients may end up paying more for the procedure than they are actually getting.
The research looked at the prices of two popular cosmetic procedures, laser surgery and face lift.
The two procedures were billed at $3,200 and $3.00 per hour, respectively.
The study looked at how much people paid for each procedure, and the researchers said the cost difference is “probably minimal.”
But if a patient is considering a procedure, it’s important to understand the costs involved, Dr. Stephen Pritchard, a plastic surgeon at New York University Medical Center, told the AP.
“If the cost of the procedure is too high, it is not worth the procedure, because you are paying for more work, more risks and potentially longer recovery time,” he said.
The researchers said that in a small study, they didn’t see any significant difference between the prices for the two procedures.
“We are still not able to provide clear and robust estimates of what the cost is for this type of surgery, but we do know that patients often feel that the cost can be prohibitive and they are not willing to pay for it,” Pritchels team said.
“There is no reason why they should have to pay more for a procedure that does not result in any benefit.”
The study focused on patients who had undergone plastic surgery for a face lift, which involved a thin layer of plastic over the nose and mouth, which allows the person to make more sound.
Pritchers team compared how much money the two treatments cost based on the patient’s insurance coverage.
“Our estimate is that about 60 percent of plastic surgery users will not pay more than the cost, so it is unlikely that the extra cost would be significant,” the researchers wrote.
A person who received a plastic surgery bill that included the procedure for face lift and a facial lift at $2,500 per hour would pay $4,800, and a person who did not get a plastic surgical bill that did not include face lift would pay about $3 a day for the treatment.
The cost of face lift is “likely to be less than what a patient might be charged for the same procedure in the private market,” the authors said.
Dr. Brian T. Rutter, an associate professor at the School of Medicine at the University of New Hampshire, said in an email that he was surprised that people are paying more than they should for the procedures.
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For those who decide to skip the procedure altogether, the researchers suggest “avoiding the procedure if you can and if the costs are low.”
They also suggest getting a referral from a plastic orthopedic surgeon, who can help make the procedure more affordable.
“In some instances, the procedures may be less expensive than the alternative and the patient may be willing to have that surgery done in their home,” the study authors said in their conclusion.
“The potential costs of these procedures are likely to be minimal.”
The authors did not provide any financial information about the people who were not able, or did not wish, to go through the procedures themselves.
They did note that in many countries, patients who have undergone plastic surgeries for face lifts or face lifts can get reimbursed for the cost.