“What does liposuction cost?” That is the most common question we get asked and it is very important for prospective patients to have a basic understanding of how surgeons price things before even taking the time to come in for a personal consultation.
Our Approach to Liposuction Cost
We only engage patients with simple, straight forward surgical quotes. We also do not utilize high pressure sales tactics or follow up phone calls.
An example pricing can be seen below.
An average size woman 5’2” and 135 lbs. desires her abdomen to be reduced.
For men a male breast liposuction (aka Gynecomastia correction) can cost between 3,500 to 5,000 USD.
- $3,500 total
- This is approximate of course and based on the amount of fat in these areas. Price would fluctuate 10-15 % up or down based on smaller or larger than average.
- If this same woman desires to add her waist/hips (mid-section) to the same surgery, only add $1000-$1500 more so a total of approximately $4800.
- As you can see the pricing gets progressively less as you add areas during the same procedure.
- All of the pricing is done on an individual basis when Doctor Breitbart personally meets with you.
At the New York Liposuction Center there is never a charge for a consultation and the following are included in our ALL INCLUSIVE fee:
- Pre-op Labs
- Antibacterial Scrub and Antibiotics
- Facility Fee and Tumescent Local Anesthesia
- One Compression Garment
- Post-op Supplies
- All Follow-up Visits
Even more importantly, all of our surgeons are highly trained in the art of liposuction, so you can rest assured knowing that you are getting the results that you paid for. Trust us; we understand that liposuction isn’t just a surgery. It’s an art form that takes years of experience to master! That’s why we do our best to provide you with only the best doctors around!
Be CAREFUL! Don’t Fall for Marketing Schemes!
It is even more important now, with all of the “luring” or “too good to be true” online pricing tactics that some facilities have resorted to using. Only to find out the “real price” by reading the small print at the bottom of a webpage or wasting your time by going to a consult and finding out what it is really going to cost you.
Even worse, certain chains have been found to use inexperienced surgeons, pumping out half-done, unsafe surgeries that have led not only to low quality results, but to the death of the patients that underwent those surgeries!
Remember; to begin a doctor-patient relationship by not being totally direct, forth right, and honest only sets up the possibility of other “unknowns” when the procedure and results are taking place. It also is extremely unsafe and prioritizes money and the surgery itself over the patient. It is safe to say that, in our view this is unethical and has no place in the field of medicine.