People can be surprised when they hear they can expect to spend a lot of money on plastic surgery, but they can be forgiven if they think that it will all be for naught.

A recent report published by the Plastic Surgery Association of Australia has shown that the average person will spend $25,000 on plastic reconstructive surgery, with the average amount spent on facial reconstruction costing $5,500.

The report found that people who had more extensive facial reconstructive procedures in the previous year were more likely to have an extra $2,500 in total spending compared to those who had a facial reconstruction in the past 12 months.

The average person who has a face lift costs $7,000.

This is because it is expensive to get and it requires a large operation.

But the report says there is a good chance that your surgeon could be able to save you money by having your face lifted with no surgery.

It found that the most common procedure for face lifts in Australia is face lifting for lips and cheeks.

The cheapest option is a lip and cheek lift, but people will also pay more for a lip lift for chin.

But this is only the tip of the iceberg, the report found.

For a face to look its best, the person must have a good level of facial skin, and this will require surgery.

People who have plastic surgery can expect a cost of up to $2 million in total.

If you are planning on having facial reconstruction, you should consult your surgeon about how much they will be able offer for the procedure.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) estimates that the cost of plastic surgery in Australia in 2016 was $9,547 per person, while the average cost of cosmetic surgery in the country was $1,634.

If your surgeon is offering you cosmetic surgery, be sure to check the price and availability of the operation before making your decision.

This article first appeared on The Conversation.