Dr. Derek Ford and our staff are glad to offer pricing and financing policies that are fair and transparent. Our patients undergoing plastic surgery in Toronto can find our official policies here. Read on to learn exactly what you can expect at your first visit, as well as throughout your entire surgical experience.
In-office consultations are priced at $125 plus HST. This fee may be paid in full by Visa, MasterCard, or American Express at the time of reservation. In the event of a cancellation, please provide at least 72 hours' notice to receive a full refund. The $125 fee may also be applied to the cost of future surgical or non-surgical office procedures scheduled within 6 months of the consultation.
Consultations for reconstructive surgery are billed to the Ministry of Health. We require a physician's referral for this type of consultation.
Following an office consultation, we provide a written quotation for the recommended procedure. This quotation is valid for 6 months. The quotation includes the following:
We understand that plastic surgery is a major investment for many, and we're happy to accept third-party financing from the following services:
Upon booking a surgical date, we require that you pay an initial deposit of $1,000. You must pay the full remaining balance for your surgery at least 3 weeks prior to your surgical date. We accept the following methods of payment:
We do not accept personal cheques. We discourage cash transactions in excess of $1,500.
Keep in mind that surgery involves many professionals including anaesthesiologists, nurses, and administrative staff. Cancellations impact many people on our team who have committed their time and require compensation. Our refund policies are as follows:
We prefer rescheduling of surgery at least 3 weeks prior to the arranged date. Surgery rescheduled closer to the original date is subject to our cancellation policy.
Although necessary revisionary surgery is not typically required, there are aspects of the healing process that are beyond our control once surgery is concluded. If revisionary surgery is necessary, it is best to wait a minimum of 6 months prior to any revision to allow the swelling to resolve and surgical scars to mature and fade. Although we waive the professional surgical fee for revisionary cases, facility, anesthesia, and applicable medical device fees (such as those related to implants or garments) are the responsibility of the patient.