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How Much Does Wrist Surgery Cost
The Costs can hurt.: Well let's see. There is the surgeon's fee, operating room fee, recovery room fee, anesthesiologist's fee, pre-operative testing costs, miscellaneous intra-operative supply fees, post-operative medication fee and possible rehab costs. Your insurance company may have already negotiated a lot of the costs already. Without insurance, you will have to ask around for the best price. Minimal pain. ...Read more
Varies: The general range is $3000-$5000 for both eyes. The price depends upon local competition, and sometimes the state of the eye and the equipment used. Many ads promise a terrific price but you will find a list of required "add ons" in such places which brings the price to the usual range. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Between $5k-$12k: Routine retina surgery at a us ambulatory surgery center charging "typical" rates can be done for between $5000 and $7000. The fees tend to be very regionally specific and include post op care. A google search may help, but calling offices and asking for a cash price may yield surprises. The numbers above include surgeon and anesthetist fees. A hospital facility could cost double this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
LASIK: Lasik costs vary depending on where you live. Some doctors will offer promotions in your area. Do a google search in your city to see what is available. The cheapest option is not always the best. Sometimes, you get what you pay for. Ask about pre=op screening and after care. Ask about emergency care 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, and a year from surgery. Ask about enhancements. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Varies: Depends on institution and location. Best way to contact cardiac surgeon and ask about his fee and he will put you in touch with hospital administration to negotiate the facility cost. You can get significant savings through negotiations. You can spend more then $100000 if not pre- negotiated. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
5K-15K: Depends on a variety of factors -- and in-person consultation would be required to give a more refined estimate. In general, rhinoplasties are 5-15k depending upon geographic location and the amount of work that is required to be done. Some portions may be covered by insurance if there are functional breathing issues. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Varies...: Costs of surgery will vary from one practice to another, from one region to another, and will depend on exactly what procedure is being performed. Sometimes breast reduction surgery is a health insurance covered procedure. Most importantly, select your plastic surgeon carefully after due diligence. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Center for medicare medicaid services sets standard fee schedule( http://www.Cms.Hhs.Gov/pfslookup/) most common surgical treatment is "tendon sheath incision" ~$540. Every insurer will pay more for procedure then the standard fee. In general though, there is an increase of 1.5-3x increase of the standard fee for a procedure. So, surgeon/anesthesiologist/facilities can total around $2000. ...Read more
Depends: First one cannot remove acne with surgery. One can control acne with various light sourses (ipl/laser) which is coded as acne surgery. Acne scars are removed only with surgery or lasers. Cost depends upon area treated and number of treatments, would guess abyt$500 per tx of cheeks, more for entire face. ...Read more
Your Neurosurgeon: will send a Prior Authorization Request to insurance company documenting the need for shunt revision. When the PAR is approved, your insurance company can tell you what your co-pay will be. If your headaches & vision impact your ability to function, apply for SSI & Medicaid. Please talk to your doctor about funding options. Even if you have to use Go Fund Me online, don't delay needed surgery. ...Read more
Varies: Everybody charges thing differently can be as low as $2000 but could be as high as $10, 000. Depends on if done in office, surgical center or even hospital. Much cheaper in office than at hospital or surgical center. Also depends on how many levels done as well. More levels increase the price. Also geographic areas change price as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ask for the details: When they quote you a price you have to make sure what it includes. The main costs are the hospital, anesthesia fees and surgeon fees. The lap band is usually done on an outpatient basis but some people have to stay one night in the hospital. You need to ask upfront if the price quoted include a possible overnight stay. At our hospital the price for a lap band is $10500, all included. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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