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Plastic Surgery Costs

The fees listed below are starting prices, which can vary based on each patient’s individual needs.

We charge %13 tax (HST) on all services.
The surgeon, surgical assistant, medical facilities, and follow-up are all included in our fees.
High-quality treatment and your safety are our primary concerns.

Body

Breast Augmentation

$8,500

Breast Lift

$10,500

Liposuction

From $6,000

HD Lipo (VASERLipo®)

From $7,500

Tummy Tuck

From $8,000

Mommy Makeover

(Patient Based / Area Based)

Fat Transfer

(Patient Based / Area Based)

Brazilian Butt Lift

From $10,500

Arm Lift (Brachioplasty)

$8,000

Gastric Sleeve

$17,000

Lower Body

Labiaplasty

$4,200

Vaginoplasty

$5,700

Labia Puffing

$5,000

Clitoral Hood Reduction

(Patient Based)

Hymen Restoration

$2,800

Face

Rhinoplasty

From $8,500

Eyelid Surgery

$4,000

FaceLift

$16,000

Ear Surgery (Otoplasty)

$5,000

Buccal Fat Removal

$4,500

Facial Implants

(Patient Based)

Hair Transplant

(Patient Based)

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How Much Does
Plastic Surgery Cost?

This may be one of the primary questions you have when considering plastic surgery procedures, and it’s understandable. While you may want to enhance or change your appearance, you don’t want to create undue financial stress for yourself.

To avoid financial hardship and ensure your experience is a positive one, it’s vital to understand plastic surgery costs and the factors that influence them. One of our goals at TCC is to provide as much information to you as we can so you go into every procedure feeling knowledgeable and confident.

If, after reading this information, you still have questions, feel free to schedule a consultation with us, and we’ll be happy to help.

Plastic Surgery Payment Methods Accepted at Toronto Cosmetic Clinic

Because cosmetic surgery is an elective procedure, it is not covered by either private insurance or provincial heath care. To help you manage the expense, we accept a variety of convenient payment methods.
  • Major credit cards and pre-paid credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express)
  • Some debit cards that can be processed as credit
  • PayPal (www.paypal.me/tcclinic)
  • Interac | e-Transfer (payments@tcclinic.com)
  • Bank Drafts
  • Cash
  • Financing

Body

Breast augmentation surgery starts at $8,500 plus tax. This includes general anesthesia. The implant size you choose does not affect the price. However, implant types do differ in price. Your surgeon will help you choose the best solution for you.
Breast lift surgery starts at $10,500 plus tax. This includes general anesthesia. The type of breast lift you choose will not affect the price. However, if you decide to have a breast lift with implants, this will increase the overall cost, but keep it lower than if the procedures were performed separately.

Liposuction Cost

Liposuction surgery starts at $5,000 plus tax. Depending on the area being treated, the procedure can be performed under local, spinal or general anesthesia. You may also choose SmartLipo™, which is laser-assisted liposuction. This procedure costs an additional $1,000, and can produce smoother results, and reduce post-surgical recovery.
Tummy Tuck Cost
Tummy tuck surgery, also called abdominoplasty, starts at $8,000 plus tax. This includes general anesthesia. The price may decrease in some cases where only minimal correction (a mini-tummy tuck) is necessary. Some patients add liposuction for a well-contoured abdomen.
Brazilian Butt Lift Cost

Brazilian butt lift surgery starts at $10,500 plus tax. It’s performed under spinal or general anesthesia. The total cost can vary widely because some patients need or want fat extracted, while others want fat added to their buttocks to achieve their desired results. Depending on what your needs are, this procedure can cost up to $16,500 plus tax.

Lower Body

Labia Reduction Cost
Labia reduction, also called labiaplasty, usually costs a flat $4,200 plus tax. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia. Adding other procedures in the same area, such as hymen restoration or vaginal tightening, can increase the overall cost, but keep it lower than if the procedures were performed separately.
Vaginal Tightening Cost
Vaginal tightening, also called vaginoplasty, costs $5,700 plus tax. This is includes general anesthesia, which is preferred in most cases. Combining vaginoplasty with other procedures such as labiaplasty or clitoral hood reduction can increase the overall cost, but keep it lower than if the procedures were performed separately.
Hymen Restoration Cost
Hymen restoration surgery, also called hymenoplasty, costs $2,800 plus tax. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia. If you choose to combine hymen repair with labia reduction or vaginal tightening, this will increase the overall cost, but keep it lower than if the procedures were performed separately.

Face

Nose surgery, also called rhinoplasty, but most commonly referred to as a “nose job,” starts at $8,500 plus tax. This includes general anesthesia. The total fee depends on several factors, such as whether the patient requires or desires an implant, or whether the bridge or nostrils need to be altered. If the rhinoplasty is combined with another procedure such as a facelift, this can increase the overall cost, but keep it lower than if the procedures were performed separately.
Eyelid Surgery Cost
Eyelid surgery, also called blepharoplasty, starts at $4,000 plus tax for either upper or lower eyelids. If you want to combine upper and lower lids into one eyelid surgery, pricing starts at $7,500. The surgery is performed under local anesthesia. However if you prefer general anesthesia, this will increase the price.
Facelift Cost
Facelift surgery starts at $16,000 plus tax. This includes general anesthesia. The total cost depends upon whether the facelift will include just the lower half or the full face, and whether it will include the neck. If the procedure is combined with another procedure such as eyelid surgery, this can increase the overall cost, but keep it lower than if the procedures were performed separately.
Ear Pinning Cost
Ear pinning, also called otoplasty, costs $5,000 plus tax. This includes general anesthesia. This covers the correction of both ears. However, if you only require otoplasty on one ear, the price will go down. Additional correction for stretched or torn earlobes starts at $500, depending on the amount of correction needed.

Finance Your Plastic Surgery Costs

Taking into account everything mentioned on this page, you may be asking yourself one question right now: How am I going to afford this?

We know that although cosmetic surgery is elective, it can sometimes be a tremendous contributor to a person’s self-esteem and sense of well-being. You should be able to feel confident and beautiful, in whatever way is important to you, even if that includes cosmetic surgery, and we feel you shouldn’t have to wait to gain that positive state of mind.

To help make our procedures more affordable, we offer financing options. After you apply, we’ll examine your credit history to determine whether you qualify, and for what amount. Once you’re approved, you can book a date for your surgery. Afterward, you’ll make payments on a monthly basis, making financing both a helpful and convenient option.

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What is Included in the
Base Plastic Surgery Cost?

Just like any other medical surgery, plastic surgery requires us to use several medical tools, supplies, equipment, and post-surgical wear such as liposuction compression garments. Everything we use is chosen, in part, to provide you with the best results of your surgical enhancement. However, more importantly, it’s about your safety, comfort, and healthy recovery.

In addition, the maintenance of our facility’s accreditation is included in all costs, which serves to further assure you that we adhere to the highest standards of safety and quality in all the procedures we perform, and services we provide.

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What Factors can Affect the
Plastic Surgery Cost?

The Surgeon’s Education and Experience

As with any job, the more education and experience someone has, the more skilled they are, and the higher their fees. This is one reason plastic surgery costs can vary from clinic to clinic. Surgeons who have just completed their education and are just starting out in their careers may charge less because they’re still learning and building their skills. Conversely, a surgeon with decades of experience who has performed hundreds or even thousands of procedures and is very skilled will likely charge more.

When you consider these factors, it’s likely you’ll agree that a surgeon with more years of experience is the one you want performing your procedures. In the hands of an experienced and highly skilled surgeon, it’s more likely your results will be better, and you’ll feel safer as well. In addition, the more skill the doctor has, the less likely it is there will be need for any kind of follow-up surgery should the results not be optimal.

At TCC, our doctors are not just general surgeons. They’re specialists in their chosen fields. We take great care to hire only the best plastic surgeons in Toronto. The doctors on our staff have each accumulated decades of clinical operative experience.

Before you undergo any type of cosmetic surgery, we highly recommend you do some research, and compare notes among clinics. Reputable clinics will be able to readily answer the following questions:

  • How experienced is the surgeon?
  • How many procedures of this kind has the surgeon performed, and how recently?
  • What types of professional memberships and accreditation does the doctor have? (Note: Membership in The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada is a good sign. It not only ensures proper qualification, but indicates they have kept their training up to date)
  • What kind of training and education does the surgeon have?
  • Where and when was the surgeon trained?
  • What is the surgeon’s area of specialization?

Type of Anesthesia

Because anesthesia for cosmetic surgery is no different than that used for medical surgeries, a board-certified anesthesiologist must be present for the duration of a cosmetic surgery procedure. This applies whether the type of sedation used is nerve block, epidural, spinal, intravenous, or general anesthesia. This added safety measure can add to the base plastic surgery cost.

For some minor procedures, it may be possible to use a locally injected anesthesia or a topically applied anesthetic solution. These options can help keep the overall cost low while still providing a pain-free experience. However, if the surgery will be performed on a large area of the body, local anesthesia won’t be enough to prevent pain. These procedures call for a general anesthesia, where you’re asleep throughout the procedure.

Anesthesia at TCC will usually add $1,000 to $2,000 to the base plastic surgery cost, depending on the anticipated length of the surgery.

Hospital or Clinic Surgical Facilities

Plastic surgeons will perform cosmetic surgical procedures in one of two places—a hospital, or an accredited operating room in their practice’s clinic. Not all cosmetic clinics have operating rooms, but TCC does. In fact, this is one of the distinct advantages TCC has over other cosmetic clinics in Toronto and elsewhere.

The operating suites at TCC were designed by experts in operating room architecture, in close collaboration with surgeons and surgical nurses. They were built large enough to accommodate all the necessary surgical equipment while still allowing surgical staff to move about freely and comfortably.

This increased comfort extends to you, the patient, as well. You’ll find our surgical facilities to be aesthetically pleasing and well organized. Most importantly, you’ll appreciate how clean our operating rooms are.

One of the biggest risks of any surgery is infection. To counter this risk, our surgery suites were built in accordance with strict guidelines to ensure a sterile and pathogen-free environment, and we make the cleanliness of our operating suites a daily priority. We do not take our patients’ safety lightly.

If, for certain health and safety reasons, the doctor determines that the surgery should be performed in a hospital rather than in TCC’s own surgical suites, this can affect the plastic surgery cost. Hospital operating rooms cost quite a bit more to maintain and use than clinical space.

The ability to use our own surgical suites helps us keep costs down, which helps you save money as well.

Combination of Procedures

In some cases, to successfully and effectively achieve the results you’re looking for, our plastic surgeons may recommend more than one surgical procedure. For example, perhaps you decide to have a breast lift. Depending on your anatomy and the results you desire, the lift alone may not be enough, and the surgeon may recommend a breast lift with implants.

While a combination of two (or more) procedures is going to raise your plastic surgery costs overall, it’s also going to save you some money. If the procedures were performed separately, there would also be separate costs for necessities such as anesthesia and surgical instruments.

If you’re considering more than one cosmetic surgical procedure, schedule a consultation to get more information about how it will affect your overall cost.

Corrective Surgery

Quite a few of our clients have come to us in need of corrective surgery after a cosmetic procedure has gone wrong at another clinic. In these cases, the plastic surgery cost depends on the nature of the damage, and how complex the necessary repair will be.

Unfortunately, as saddened as we are to see patients who have been injured in this manner, we are unable to perform these corrective surgeries free of charge. However, we do our best to make them as affordable as possible.

Additional costs
After Cosmetic Surgery

Home Care

None of the procedures we perform at TCC require an overnight stay. However, you will still need some additional care afterward. While it’s elective surgery, it’s still surgery, and we don’t want you to drive or be left alone for at least the first day after your procedure. Depending on your choice of post-surgical care, you may sometimes incur additional costs.

Staying with a friend or loved on is often an ideal situation, but it may not always be possible for one reason or another. If that’s the case, you may need to hire private home care for those critical first 24 hours.

Private home care usually entails a registered nurse, registered practical nurse, or a personal support worker staying with you in your home for a fee. The fee is usually based on the home healthcare worker’s designation, level of qualification, and on how long you’ll need them to stay with you. We recommend the first 24 hours, but you may feel more comfortable with having help for a longer period of time.

Overnight Stay

While the procedures we perform at TCC don’t require an overnight stay, if your procedure is performed in a hospital, this may be an option available to you.

This can be an alternate solution if you’re unable to stay with a friend or family member. Because, as mentioned previously, elective surgeries are not covered by health insurance or provincial health care, be aware that an overnight stay in a hospital will be an out-of-pocket expense. Further options related to a hospital stay (private vs. semi-private room, for example) can also add to this cost.

While some clinics also offer the option of an overnight stay, this can sometimes be even more expensive than a hospital stay. This is because the clinic will have to ensure staff remains overnight to monitor you. While a hospital has staff on duty 24 hours a day, this is not the case for most clinics.

Scar Treatment

After any surgical procedure, it’s normal for at least some scarring to appear. It’s unavoidable. How visible the scars are can depend on several factors, including where the incisions are made, and even the patients themselves. Everyone’s body is different, and each body responds differently.

Scars do fade over time, but can still be noticeable for many years. If you’re concerned about this, you can opt for scar removal, which can help to fade scars more quickly than they would on their own.

At TCC, we accomplish this through a combination of laser treatments and medical-grade topical products (such as silicone sheets) to minimize scarring. Depending on the specific scar treatment your doctor recommends, this can increase your plastic surgery costs.