Our Fees & Appointments
Our Fees and Charges
Fees range from $190 up to $500 on the day of consultation. The fee will depend on any investigations or procedures required during the consultation. We are a private practice offering our patients the highest standard of service and care in a modern friendly environment utilising the latest technology for data security and confidentially . We do not offer bulk billing services.
DVA Gold Card Holders:
DVA Gold Card Holders are welcome with no out of pocket charges.
A $75.00 appointment fee may apply if you reschedule under 24hrs or miss your appointment.
To make the most of your appointment plan ahead and come prepared with a list of questions. We encourage patients to be actively engaged with the decision making of their treatment. It helps to have any questions written down so you don’t forget on the day.
- We do need your referral on file before you come to your appointment.
- We ask that you complete the patient registration form online (from this website) to ensure we have an accurate medical record.
- We’ll send you an SMS reminder 1-2 days before your appointment that we ask you to confirm – if you don’t confirm or reschedule a cancellation fee may apply.
- We ask that you arrive on time and we recommend that you allow an hour for your appointment. We aim to run on time, however, that can be difficult with medical appointments.
- We recommend that you prepare by bringing a list of questions you may have with regard to your problem.
Children (under 18 years)
Children must attend with a parent or legal guardian. If you can’t attend with your child we would ask you to reschedule the appointment. If both parents are involved in the decision making of any treatment, then both parents need to attend the appointment. If both parents are not able to attend and a subsequent follow up is required an additional appointment fee will be charged.
- Middle ear infections and inflammation (Otitis media)
- Outer ear infections and inflammation (Otitis externa)
- Mastoid infection
- Congenital or acquired hearing loss
- Cochlear implant
- Middle ear implant
- Tympanic membrane ( ear drum ) and ossicles (hearing bones) repair
- Exostosis ( Surfer’s ears)
- Eustachian Tube dysfunction
- Tumours of outer, middle and inner ear including glomus tumour, acoustic neuroma
- Superior semicircular canal dehiscence
- Foreign objects
- Wax removal
- Meniere’s disease
- Otoplasty (Bat Ears)
- Sinusitis and sinus surgery
- Nasal surgery
- Functional endoscopic sinus surgery
- Nasal Fractures
- Nasal Polyps
- Tumours of the nose and sinuses
- Deviated septum
- Foreign objects
- Cancers of the Head and Neck
- Thyroid and parathyroid disorders
- Thyroid nodules
- Obstructive sleep apnoea
- Benign lumps of the head and neck
- Parotid and submandibular gland tumours
- Voice disorders
- Tonsillectomy &Adenoidectomy
- Swallowing disorders
- Salivary glands