Fees and Financing for
Gynecomastia Treatment

 

If you are a suitable candidate for gynecomastia treatment, Adrian Lo, MD, FACS, FRCS (C), wants you to be able to afford male breast reduction in Philadelphia. That is why Dr. Lo offers competitive pricing, as well as financing options, for his gynecomastia surgery patients. If you are a man who is suffering from gynecomastia, you deserve to undergo surgical treatment to correct the condition and help you feel and look your best. The average total cost for gynecomastia correction surgery is $6,720.00, which includes Dr. Lo’s surgical fee, hospital and anesthesia costs, the chest compression garment/vest and all follow-up visits. There is a $150 fee that the hospital will charge you after surgery, for pathology testing.

Male Breast Reduction Correction Surgery Costs: If you have severe gynecomastia (C or D cup sized breasts) cost is approximately $8,400.00.

Please note: Dr. Lo is NOT an insurance providing practice, therefore, he does not do this surgery under your insurance plans coverage. Most gynecomastia and male breast reduction surgeries are NOT covered under insurance. If it is your intention to try to have insurance cover this procedure, you must call your insurance and find a surgeon within their network. Dr. Lo is able to provide patients with all the required documentation to submit it to their insurance, but we do not bill insurance through our office. In most circumstances, patients need to pay for this surgery out of their own pocket with no insurance reimbursement.

Cash, certified checks, money orders, credit cards and financing are accepted.

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Please contact Dr. Lo’s staff for more information about payment options. You can apply for carecredit.com or alphaeon.com/credit and see if you qualify prior to your consultation if you like, or we can help you when you arrive.

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