Cost of surgery

We understand that everyone is different so we offer a tailor made package to suit your requirements.

The quote that SurgeryOne will put together for you, will comprise of:

  • Routine pre-operative blood, urine & ECG tests (if required)
  • The routine hospital stay in a private room
  • The anaesthetic fee
  • The surgical fee
  • Three routine post-operative appointments
  • Standard dressings & surgical wear

It is also possible that you settle the bills seperately with the hospital and wth the anaesthetist and with your surgeon.

At SurgeryOne, initial appointments with Mr Gonschior usually require a minimum of 30 minutes. This gives us time to take your medical history, listen to your concerns, perform an examination and give you advice. If you have a more complex problem, or a number of procedures that you would like to discuss, then we would probably recommend a longer appointment. That way, you can be sure that you will get the time your concerns deserve. After a reflection period many of our patient book a second consultation before their decision to go ahead or to say it is not for me.

Mr Stefan Gonschior consults by appointment at Harley street, W1.

Your Consultation – Your Time – Your Choice.

  • 30 minutes £90
  • 45 minutes £135
  • 90 minutes £180
  • Harley Street from £150

The consultation fee must be paid prior to the appointment in full in order to secure the time at the clinic. If you wish to re-schedule or cancel your appointment, a 7-day notice is required for full refund. In case of no show or late cancellation, the fee is non-refundable.

The fees below are meant to give you an overview and are guide prices only. We found it reasonable to give you a range showing what most people are quoted for their surgery. The exact amount for the surgery/treatment asked for will be established after the consultation with the surgeon. Some patients have very straight forward wishes and are lucky to have a favourable anatomy which makes it easier to work with whereas other patients require more complex evaluation and treatment. In order to be fair, we aim to take this into account when we give you our quote. We believe that choosing the cheapest deal you can get is not healthy, because it should be quality which matters when it comes to surgery.

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Cosmetic Surgery Prices

Brow Lift£5,250 - £6,950
Reduction supraorbital bone (feminisation)p.o.a.
Blepharoplasty£3,150 - £4,950
Face / Neck Lift£6,750 - £15,000
Rhinoplasty / Septorhinoplasty£5,000 - £14,000
Cheek implants £5,250 - £6,250
Chin implant£5,550 - £6,950
Chin augmentation with bone (sliding genioplasty)£6,900 - £13,900
Chin reduction£5,500 - £12,500
Angle of jaw implants£8,500 - £12,500
Otoplasty£3,400 - £3,600
Lip reduction, lip lift£3,200 - £6,000
Facial implant removal£3,500 - £6,500
Buccal fat pad removal£3,500 - £6,500
Consultation with surgeon from£90

High-Tech Oral Surgery

Dental implant £1,200 (from)
Bone augmentation£1,500 (from)
Sinus floor elevation£1,500 (from)
Facial bone distractionp.o.a.
Sagittal split osteotomy (change position lower jaw – needs orthodontic treatment as well in most cases)p.o.a.
Le-Fort I, II, III osteotomy (change position upper jaw – needs orthodontic treatment as well in most cases)p.o.a.
Bimaxillary osteotmies (change position upper and lower jaw – needs orthodontic treatment as well in most cases)p.o.a.
Removal of all teeth upper and lower jaw£2,000
Removal of wisdom teeth£2,000
Apicectomy with retrograde filling per root£500
Consultation with surgeon£90 to £180
Initial x-ray£75
Additional x-ray£50
Detailed breakdown of the cost (very useful if a lot of work needs to be done)£75
High-Contrast CT - Cone beam CT £350

Prices are surgical fees only. They include the cost of the implant itself but are exclusive the prosthetic fees. A very detailed breakdown of the cost can be obtained after a consult with no obligation to go ahead.


Seldom patients need extra examinations/treatments for medical/surgical reason; this can be unforeseeable and involves further cost. Also, further surgery and potential problems will incur further cost. There are neither free touch-ups nor a refund for any reason.

Since cosmetic surgery is not necessary in most cases, and is mainly done because patients want it rather than needing it, SurgeryOne aims to limit surgical treatments to ASA1 patients thus increasing patient's safety.

SurgeryOne will make any reasonable effort to provide the best of care, but can not guarantee happiness or a fantastic result. Important is getting your mind set realistic regarding your expectations. Our surgeons try to make sure that this is the case during their very comprehensive consultations. The likelihood of real surgical or medical problems in the normal healthy patient is statistically not high in cosmetic surgery (i.e. infections, bleeding or bad scarring) however it does happen and is to be considered and not taken lightly before deciding in favour or against treatment.

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Further information

This web site has been prepared to give a basic understanding of the procedure before a consultation takes place, and to cover many of the questions frequently asked about this type of cosmetic surgery. Final decisions should not be made until an individual assessment has taken place with the surgeon.

There is no obligation on the part of the patient to undergo surgery by attending for consultation.

If you have any further questions or would like to arrange a consultation please fill in the online form or call us on 07590 666 302. All enquiries are always treated confidentially.

All enquiries are always treated most confidentially.

SurgeryOne & Dr Stefan Gonschior make no warranties that the information contained herein is in every respect accurate or complete, and is not responsible for any errors or omissions or for the results obtained from the use of such. Users of this information are encouraged to confirm the information contained herein with other sources. The information is not intended to replace medical advice offered by physicians or other healthcare professionals.

SurgeryOne & Dr Stefan Gonschior make no representations or warranties with respect to any treatment, action, or application of medication or preparation by any person following the information offered or provided within or through SurgeryOne or her staff. The opinions and methods of diagnosis & treatment change frequently as new information is available, hence these pages cannot might not represent our clinicians most current methods or thoughts. SurgeryOne, and any and all employees of the above will not be liable for any direct, indirect, consequential, special, exemplary, or other damages arising therefrom.

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