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The cost of an eyelid lift cannot be estimated on a fixed rate basis. They depend on the chosen method, vary according to personal findings and your desired result. Therefore we do not offer flat rates for eyelid correction or eyelid lift. An exact and individual calculation of the eyelid lift can only be made after the first personal consultation. In doing so, we determine which process is used in your company in order to achieve the best result that is tailored to your needs. Factors such as microsurgical procedure, anaesthesia costs (twilight sleep, partial or general anaesthesia), clinic costs, follow-up treatment, etc. play a significant role in the costs.Continue reading
For us, cost transparency and a realistic cost estimate are the top priorities for your eyelid lift. We will give you detailed information about the costs to be expected in your case and how these costs are composed. As a rule, the final price of an eyelid correction hardly ever deviates from our detailed cost estimate. Since eyelid surgery is about the face, and your health and well-being depend on it, you should not only consider the costs as a decisive criterion. It is about reducing risks and creating replicablr, predictable and long-lasting results. The quality of the treatment is always our first priority. The resulting costs should always be based on a reasonable basis (the fee schedule for doctors). However, they should never be the decisive criterion for or against surgery.
Duration of the operation: 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the extent of the treatment.
Length of stay in the clinic: one day as an outpatient
Anesthesia: local anesthesia with immobilization
Follow-up treatment: decongestant measures for 2 – 3 days
Resumption of social activities after 7 to 10 days
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As a rule, the health insurance does not cover the costs of an eyelid lift if it is a purely aesthetic procedure. However, if there is a medical necessity, it is possible that an eyelid lift is an exception to the usual rules on cost coverage. A medically necessity may, for example, be a visual impairment caused by an accident or a congenital impairment (malformation of the eyelid). Whether the health insurance company will then cover the costs of the eyelid lift depends largely on the individual case, which will be examined by the Medical Service of the Health Insurance Companies (MDK) after a medical report has been issued by the health insurance company. We would be happy to advise you individually at the Sinis Clinic Bertlin, taking into account your specific findings. We can find out whether your case is one covered by health insurance.