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Fees & pricing

Over the past two years, the regulators AHPRA and the TGA have increasingly applied stricter rules around what can and can't be advertised and offered on cosmetic websites and social media. From today (March 7th 2024), it was clarified by the TGA that certain previously accepted methods of communicating with patients and marketing are now illegal. 

The main changes that you will notice on this website and Dr Jake's social media include:

- Price lists can no longer be advertised (prices can however of course be discussed in person during your consultation)

- Specific treatment options can no longer be advertised or mentioned (instead, new patients can book in for a generic 'new patient consultation' where we go through all of your options)

- No before and after images can be advertised on websites or social media (where medicines are used to create the results)

Consultations & deposits


  • If you have a treatment on the same day as your consultation, the $250 is either:

- deducted off the total if you don't want or need a future booking

- kept on file as a deposit for your next booking

  • If in your consultation you decide that you need more time to think over things, you decide to delay your treatment because of the downtime involved or you're not suitable for whatever reason, the $250 fee is not refundable or transferable to another day  (it acts as a consultation feee)

  • There is a minimum charge of $350 for any treatment on the day

Dr Jake Sloane - Consultations

What consultation should I book?

Dr Jake has a number of different consultation types and these are divided into:


Consultations for new patients

Consultations for returning patients


A consultation is a fundamental part of your treatment planning journey and new patients are given longer booking slots (60 minutes). This hour is dedicated to explore your background and medical history, your wants and needs but also your fears about injectables. Clinical photography will be done and your features will be reviewed with you to design a bespoke treatment plan .


A cooling off period is sometimes suggested if you are at all unsure about proceeding.

Dr Jake - Injector Mentoring

What's included in the price?

  • 60 minutes is dedicated for all new patient consultations, regardless of what you think you might need or want

  • Your medical history, previous aesthetic treatments, wants, wishes and worries will all be explored.


  • Clinical photos will be taken to explore why certain treatments may or may not be suitable for your own features. These will also be kept as a medical record to help monitor your progress.


  • Only TGA-approved products are used

  • Dr Jake is one of very few injectors in Australia who incorporates aesthetic ultrasound into his practice (when required) to further improve patient safety and help manage complications. 


  • He only uses the most comfortable needles including the market-leading TSK cannulas.

  • A complimentary review is always be offered (bookable straight after your treatment or later by yourself online)

  • You'll be given Dr Jake's direct details so you can contact him personally if you ever have any urgent questions or concerns.

Why can't I get a quote before I book?

New patients often want to know a ballpark price of what their treatment will be before they book in. And that's totally understandable as you'll want to know if your budget covers what's needed.


But each and every face is completely different. Until you've had an in depth consultation, it's really impossible to know how much a treatments might be required or what technique might be required. Dr Jake recommends that new patients come with an open mind to try and understand facial aesthetics properly instead of only focusing on the price or over-simplified outcomes. This is why 60 minutes is dedicated to all new patients and he doesn't advertise specific treatments.


If that seems unusual, just imagine a mechanic trying to quote what a car repair might cost before they've had a chance to see the car - it simply isn't possible! They'll first need to see the car, assess the damage, work out what parts are needed and also tailor the repair to the car make, year of registration and so on. 


Facial aesthetics and injectables are more complicated still and it would be completely wrong to quote you a price before you've been consulted and had an in depth examination of your anatomy. 

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