Threadlift, one of the most basic non-surgical facelift procedures, is quite a bit less expensive than the surgical procedures that are usually performed. However, the procedures still usually run well over $1,000 in cost.
Cost of a ThreadLift Procedure
The Threadlift procedure often runs between $1,500 and $4,500. The reason the spread of the cost of the procedure is so large, is because the price varies based on the number of areas being treated, the complex nature of the area/s being treated and the expertise of your chosen surgeon or specialist.
Financing a Threadlift
Some doctors or surgeons offer special direct payment plans to help the patients be able to pay the procedure off over a number of months. Some specialists also work with independent financial groups that help to provide loans and various other financing options or plans for those looking for help handling treatment expenses.
Most insurance plans to do not cover the cost of Threadlift procedures because they are considered to be non-essential. As with all other cosmetic procedures though, there are usually loopholes in the insurance coverage if you have special medical conditions or are willing to add an additional smaller coverage plan that is often used only for these types of treatments. Keep in mind, however, that this may not be the most cost effective way of getting the monetary help you need.
Also be sure to check with your insurance carrier to see if they offer payback/reimbursement options. Sometimes the specialist or surgeon can convince the insurance company to repay some of the expenses because of the overall improvement in health that comes from receiving this or a similar procedure.