If you are ready to get a face lift, you just need to compile all of the financial information about getting a face lift. Don’t be surprised at the cost; at first, you may suffer from sticker shock. Your face lift may very well be one of the biggest investments that you ever make, especially because your health insurance generally won’t help you cover the costs. If you are having a full face lift performed you can expect to pay upwards of $5,600. If you are having a partial face lift performed you can expect to pay right around $3,000. This price may not include the handful of consultations that you have prior to the actual face lift being performed and these can range from $50 to $300 per visit depending on your doctor and the cost of living in the area that you live in.
While you might suffer from a bit of sticker shock when you see the prices for a face lift, your doctor will likely offer financing options. Most plastic surgeons realize that most people do not have a few thousand extra dollars sitting around for optional surgery so the financing plans make sense. While this is a good way to afford the surgery now, remember that there are probably interest fees attached to the face lift financing program, which in the end will make the procedure even more expensive. If you do opt to finance your face lift, you should try to pay it off sooner rather than later to avoid paying more in finance charges. When planning on how much your face lift will cost, you will also need to consider how much after care and time off of work will cost you; as you can see, the cost of a face lift is far more than the stated price by a doctor.