Dr Harold Gillies
Grants up to $2000
for Eyelid Surgery
A Cosmetic Surgery Grant covers Eyelid Surgery, and other facial procedures.
Get a 20% Grant to a max. of $2000, for Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty).
Eyelid Surgery aims to improve the appearance or improve the functionality / visibility of the eye.
The procedure can be performed on its own, or along with other facial procedures such as a Facelift, Brow Lift, Cheek Augmentation, Rhinoplasty, and more.
You can get a grant for Eyelid Surgery at:
Dr. David Abramson MD
About the Cosmetic Surgery Grants Program
The Cosmetic Surgery Grants Program connects you with trusted plastic surgeons and covers up to 20%, to a maximum of $2000 of your Eyelid Surgery. When you book your surgery, the Grant will be automatically deducted from the cost of your procedure.
Other Grant Amounts
Grant amounts are based on the type of procedure you select. The Grant amount for Eyelid Surgery is 20% of the cost of your surgery plan, to a maximum of $2000. You can combine the grant with different procedures including the following:
Breast Augmentation: 18.5% Grant, up to $1,500
Tummy Tuck: 20% Grant, up to $2,000
Face Lift: 19.5% Grant, up to $1,850
Rhinoplasty: 19.5% Grant, up to $1,850
Liposuction: 20% Grant, up to $2,000
Brazilian Butt Lift: 20% Grant, up to $2,000
For questions about other procedures or Grant amounts, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Read what others are saying:
Great Program! Very easy to apply and the staff is very helpful. Huge thanks to the Cosmetic Surgery Grants and their staff!
- Alice M.
Very friendly staff, in person and on the phone. It seems like they genuinely care about you and your surgery, as they meet with you and your surgeon in person during your consultation. They are also on your side and advocate for better pricing. The support really helps you decide to go through with your surgery. Highly recommend that you utilize this program, again its VERY helpful.
- Tamica M.
Thanks for making this possible!
- Lani B.
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