The cost of Otoplasty procedures in Johannesburg, South Africa typically varies anything from R 50,000.00 and R 60,000.00. The price generally includes all expenses, encompassing fees for the surgeon, hospital, anaesthetist, and surgical services.
Dr Deon Weyers is a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon with a private practice at Fourways Life Hospital, Sandton, Johannesburg.
Dr Deon is considered one of the best plastic surgeons in Johannesburg and has distinguished himself also as a top cosmetic and reconstructive surgeon in South Africa for Otoplasty surgery.
Otoplasty Surgical Fees, Expenses and Financing
Dr Deon Weyers practice’s cost estimates are itemized to include the following:
- Surgeon’s fee
- Anaesthesia charges
- Operating room expenses
- Any additional items like implants and garments
These estimates remain valid for six months from the date of issuance. We facilitate patient financing through third-party options, with MediFin (0861 000 808) – www.medifin.co.za – our recommended choice.
Otoplasty Consultation Prices in Johannesburg
Before scheduling any surgical procedure, a consultation is mandatory. During this consultation, Dr Deon will evaluate the patient’s requirements and recommend the most suitable procedure to attain the desired outcomes.
Online Photo Review Consultations fees for Dr Weyers are R1200 for patients.
The price for reconstruction consultations with Dr Deon Weyers for new patients is R1318.
Booking Your Otoplasty Surgery Date
A deposit of 60% is required to secure a surgery date. The deposit typically amounts to 60% of the total procedure cost. Patients must pay the remaining balance of the scheduled procedure in full before the scheduled surgery date. If so desired, patients can make payments in instalments before surgery. Please discuss with our front office staff to arrange.
Please take note of the following:
In the event of a patient cancelling within one week of the scheduled surgery date, the 60% deposit will be forfeited.
- Procedure for ‘Touch-Up’ Surgery
Occasionally, follow-up procedures are necessary after the initial surgery. If a ‘touch-up’ procedure is needed, Dr Weyers will waive the surgical fee. However, the patient will be responsible for covering Theatre fees, anaesthesia charges, and any applicable costs for implants or garments.