​​At ICCM we are committed to providing exceptional care in all our cosmetic surgery procedures. We understand that the decision to undergo surgery, whether it’s a breast augmentation, neck lift, or complete facial rejuvenation, involves careful consideration of both the procedure and the costs involved.

Surgical Procedures

Our surgical procedures are performed with precision and care to ensure optimal results. Whether you’re considering a facelift for complete facial rejuvenation, a neck lift for a more youthful contour, or breast augmentation to enhance your figure, we’ve got you covered.

Surgical Procedure Costs

MACS Lift (mini facelift)

From $13,950

Platysma Plication (neck lift)

From $6,500

Upper Blepharoplasty (eyelid reduction)

$3,950

Lower Blepharoplasty (eyelid reduction)

From $4,950

Breast Augmentation Round Implants

From $8,990

Breast Augmentation Teardrop Implants

From $10,500

Breast Lift

From $10,650

Breast Lift with Implants

From $13,750

Liposculpture

From $4,500

Gynaecomastia

From $4,990

Fat Transfer

From $4,500

Lip Lift

$4,500

Standard Ear Lobe Repair

$950 (One Ear)
$1,500 (Two Ears)

Stretched Ear Lobe Repair

$1,250 (One Ear)
$1,950 (Two Ears)

FUE Hair Transplant

From $3,500

Cosmetic Surgery Prices - Sydney

Cosmetic surgery prices Sydney – at ICCM we offer a number of surgical procedures including breast augmentations and breast lifts.  

Non-Surgical Procedures

In addition to our surgical offerings, we provide a range of non-surgical procedures for those seeking less invasive options.
Our non-surgical treatments are designed to refresh and revitalise your appearance with minimal downtime.

Non-Surgical Procedure Costs

Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

From $550

Jaw Slimming

$650

Thread Lift From

$2,200

Fat Dissolving Injections

From $650

Cosmetic surgery prices Sydney – at ICCM we also offer a number of non-surgical procedures including thread lifts. dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections. 

Hospital and Operating Theatre Facilities

We utilise state-of-the-art operating theatres, ensuring your safety and comfort during every surgical procedure. Our hospital fees are transparent, and we provide detailed breakdowns of the total cost including the surgeon’s fee, hospital fee, anaesthetist fee, and any post-operative care required.

Private Health Insurance and Medicare

We support patients with private health insurance and can advise on the coverage for various surgical procedures. Additionally, some procedures may be eligible for Medicare rebates. Our team will provide all necessary information during your initial consultation to help you understand the costs and any health fund benefits available.

Competitive Pricing

We are committed to offering competitive prices without compromising on quality and safety. Our pricing structure is transparent, and we ensure that patients are fully aware of the costs associated with their chosen procedure.

Personalised Consultations

Every patient’s journey begins with a thorough initial consultation with one of our skilled cosmetic surgeons. This session is an opportunity to discuss your goals, explore different procedures, and receive a personalised treatment plan tailored to your needs.

Caring for Our Patients

Your care and satisfaction are our top priorities. We ensure that every patient receives comprehensive information about their surgery, including details on the procedure, recovery, and post-operative care. Our dedicated team is here to support you from the initial consultation through to your recovery.

Dr Tony Prochazka

Meet Dr Tony Prochazka

MBBS, FFMACCS / Cosmetic Surgeon

With over two decades of practice in gynaecomastia surgery, Dr Tony Prochazka is a renowned figure in the cosmetic surgery industry. He was the inaugural Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery and a former Vice President of the Cosmetic Physicians Society of Australasia.

His presence is regularly requested at conferences around the world, including Australia, China, New Zealand, and South America.

How to book an appointment
with ICCM in Sydney

To book an appointment or inquire, you can fill out our online contact form, email us at [email protected] or contact us by telephone at 02 9233 3103 (Sydney CBD Clinic) or 02 4605 9024 (Campbelltown Clinic).

FAQs

If you have any more questions about our cosmetic surgery prices in Sydney or any of our services, please don’t hesitate to contact us today. In the meantime, you can find our FAQs below that may provide the additional information you’re looking for.

In Australia, Medicare typically covers medically necessary procedures rather than elective cosmetic surgeries. However, certain conditions that require reconstructive surgery, such as breast reduction for medical reasons, may be eligible for a Medicare rebate. It’s important to consult with your surgeon to understand if your procedure qualifies for Medicare coverage.

Breast augmentation, including breast implants, is one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries in Australia. This procedure is sought after for its ability to enhance body contours and improve self-confidence. The popularity of this surgery reflects a growing acceptance and desire for cosmetic enhancements in Australian society.

The cost of a facelift in Australia varies depending on the type of procedure. A full facelift, which addresses more extensive signs of ageing, generally costs more than a mini-facelift or MACS lift. The complexity, duration of the surgery, and the surgeon’s expertise also influence the price.

Some cosmetic surgeries may be partially covered by private health insurance if they are deemed medically necessary. For example, breast reduction surgery for health-related issues might be covered. It’s essential to check with your health fund and surgeon to understand the extent of coverage for your specific procedure.

Cosmetic surgery prices in Sydney can vary due to factors like the surgeon’s experience, the complexity of the procedure, and clinic location. Operating theatre fees and anaesthetist costs also contribute to price differences.