While the cost may appear to be less initially, you may be surprised to learn of the actual difference.
It is important to get an estimate of costs locally first. Then, you must compare the total cost, including the surgeon’s fee, anaesthetist’s fee and hospital fees. Sometimes there will be other costs, such as synthetic implants. You should also factor in costs of having a partner or family member to look after you in the post-operative period. More than likely you will need assistance after surgery, so make sure you include the cost of flights, accommodation, meals, transport and so on for both you and your carer, if planning to go overseas.← Is it cheaper for me to travel overseas and have cosmetic surgery?