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Costs of Cosmetic Surgery – Most Asked Questions

One of the biggest concerns for those considering a cosmetic procedure is the costs of cosmetic surgery.

Cosmetic surgery has become increasingly popular in recent years, with more and more people opting for procedures to enhance their appearance.

In this blog, Reflect Clinic will answer some of the most frequently asked questions about the cost of cosmetic surgery.

What are the costs of cosmetic surgery?

Take a look at the price of our cosmetic surgeries below. At Reflect, we give a price range to our customers to show the minimum and maximum costs you can expect to pay.

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ProcedureMinimum CostMaximum Cost
Breast Implants Exchange£7,500£9,000
Breast Enlargement£7,500£8,200
Breast Reduction£8,200£9,000
Breast Uplift£7,500£9,000
Mummy Makeover£13,000£19,000
Tummy Tuck£10,000£13,500
Upper Blepharoplasty£4,400*£4,400*
Lower Blepharoplasty£4,500£6,000
Full Facelift£12,000£14,000

What does the price of cosmetic surgery include?

The price of cosmetic surgery typically includes several components, including the surgeon’s fee, anaesthesia fees, facility fees, follow-up appointments and the cost of any necessary medical supplies or equipment.

The surgeon’s fee is usually the largest component of the total cost and reflects their level of experience and expertise in performing the procedure.

Is the quality of the surgeon more important than the price?

It is advisable to prioritize the quality of a surgeon over the price when considering cosmetic surgery.

While cost is an important factor to consider, choosing a highly skilled and experienced surgeon who uses safe and effective techniques can greatly reduce the risk of complications and ensure you achieve your desired results.

It’s important to thoroughly research potential surgeons, including their qualifications, experience, before-and-after photos of previous patients, and reviews from other patients.

Ultimately, investing in a high-quality surgeon may be more expensive upfront but can save you money and stress in the long run by reducing the need for revision surgeries or corrective treatments.

Please read our reviews here so you can make the best decision for your health today.

Are financing options available for cosmetic surgery?

We do not offer financing options, but Spire Manchester hospital does have a partner called Zebra Health, which can offer 0% finance over ten months or low-rate loans over a longer time.

Can I get cosmetic surgery abroad?

Reflect Clinic’s advice is while it may be tempting to consider having surgery abroad due to potentially lower costs, it’s important to thoroughly research the qualifications and experience of the surgeon and facility before making a decision.

In some cases, regulations and standards for surgical procedures may differ from those in the UK, which could increase the risk of complications or result in unsatisfactory outcomes.

Surgery in the UK can provide peace of mind knowing that you receive care from qualified professionals who follow strict safety and quality standards.

Additionally, suppose any complications arise after your procedure. In that case, it may be easier and less expensive to receive follow-up care if you are located in the same country as your surgeon.

What should or shouldn’t I do when planning my cosmetic surgery?

When planning for cosmetic surgery, there are several things you should and shouldn’t do to ensure that the process is safe and successful. Here are some general guidelines:

Things you should do:

  • Research your surgeon’s qualifications, experience, and reputation before deciding.
  • Ask questions about the procedure, including any risks or potential complications.
  • Prepare for your recovery by arranging for someone to drive you home after surgery and help with household tasks during your initial recovery period.
  • Follow your surgeon’s pre-operative instructions to prepare for surgery, such as avoiding certain medications or foods.

Things you shouldn’t do:

  • Rush into a decision without doing proper research or consulting with multiple surgeons.
  • Choose a surgeon based solely on cost or convenience.
  • Ignore any red flags or concerns raised during your consultation or pre-operative appointments.
  • Smoke or use nicotine products in the weeks leading up to surgery, which can increase the risk of complications.

It’s important to remember that each person’s situation is unique, so working closely with your surgeon and following their specific instructions and recommendations is important.

Taking these steps can help ensure a safe and successful outcome from your cosmetic surgery.

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For more information on cosmetic surgery costs, call us at 07434572794 or email

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