Mistake No. 9: Not realizing the risks of "fixing" a bad plastic surgery job So, say you do get a botched nose job, a facelift too tight, or lumpy lipo from a doctor who was offering a great deal. The cost of fixing that bad procedure (which insurance will not cover) far exceeds paying a legitimate doctor's fee the first time around. And, that second surgery will likely be much more painful. "The plastic surgeon fixing the botched procedure is assuming a new level of risk when taking on this patient," says Tachmes. "They are re-operating on scarred tissue with poor blood supply -- it basically becomes advanced reconstructive surgery," which explains the price jump.
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