After a microtia diagnosis is delivered, families are often left wondering: how much does microtia surgery cost? Overall, the cost of microtia treatment varies based on the severity of the deformity and how much of the ear has developed. As a microtia surgery specialist and the creator of the MEDPOR® surgical technique, Dr. John Reinisch can combine multiple procedures into a single treatment to reduce costs. Our Beverly Hills, CA, clinic also has a number of resources to assist families with additional expenses, such as travel accommodations and financing options.
With his extensive experience treating microtia, Dr. Reinisch has developed techniques that reduce the need for multiple procedures, preserving our patients' health and reducing overall treatment cost.
To address your needs, Dr. Reinisch can perform the most efficient, advanced surgical techniques during your personalized treatment.
As microtia is a rare condition, there are few specialists who perform this type of surgery on a regular basis. As a result, it is important to choose a specialist, such as Dr. Reinisch, to help you avoid unsatisfactory results or multiple procedures. To address your needs, Dr. Reinisch can perform the most efficient, advanced surgical techniques during your personalized treatment.
There are several factors that can affect the cost of microtia surgery. The extent and complexity of your surgery can often dictate the final cost of treatment. If you require both MEDPOR ear reconstruction and atresia repair, you can expect a higher treatment cost than an individual who undergoes MEDPOR treatment alone. For patients who also need rib cartilage reconstruction, which requires two to five surgeries, you can often incur greater costs than a single surgery. Additionally, the costs associated with anesthesia, and coordination with a skilled otologist, will also be a factor.
At Reinisch Plastic Surgery, we have reduced costs for our patients by performing microtia surgery on an outpatient basis. This means there are no additional fees associated with hospital stays or recovery time.
We can connect patients with local families, who have volunteered to host visiting patients at no cost.
Dr. Reinisch is an out-of-network provider, which means families may have higher out-of-pocket expenses. This does not mean your insurance will not cover microtia surgery at Reinisch Plastic Surgery, but it may mean coverage is reduced.
Although Dr. Reinisch is out of network, Dr. Youssef Tahiri is an in-network specialist for many major insurance providers in the United States. Dr. Reinisch refers many patients to Dr. Tahiri, who is an accomplished pediatric plastic surgeon.
Dr. Reinisch also works with the Small Wonders Foundation to coordinate support for out-of-pocket costs. This organization was founded in 2005 to provide assistance to families around the world with children born with bodily or facial deformities.
To learn more about the potential cost of microtia surgery, contact us at (310) 385-6090 or send a message online. A member of our staff can provide you with a detailed treatment plan that outlines predicted costs for surgery.