Reconstructive Surgery Funding

Look Great and Feel Better

Did you know that it is possible to apply for the Early Release of your Superannuation to pay for certain Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

The best version of you is yet to come and you should feel confident ahead of your journey without the stress and anxiety of what it will all cost.

We understand that undertaking any medical procedure is not an easy decision to make. Advancements in medical plastic surgery mean there is a wide range of options for corrective procedures available.

It's exciting and the results can be life changing. When you've made the decision to transform your life, you want the best possible results and the most supportive care available. The last thing you need is the worry and stress caused by the cost.

At SuperCare, we know what you're going through and we want to help make it easier for you.
SuperCare's specialised service assists individuals and family members with Applications for the Government's Early Release of Superannuation for medically required plastic surgery.

Some Procedures include: Rhinoplasty, Liposuction, Breast reduction, Abdominoplasty, Otoplasty, Reconstructive surgery and body contouring surgery after excessive weight loss.

Medical requirements can include: Cancer including Mastectomy, Otorhinolaryngology concerning cancers and benign tumours of the head and neck, Breast Reconstruction following Mastectomy or Lumpectomy, Apron Effect (circumferential excess) associated with inflammation and infection, Sagging and pulling of skin post bariatric surgery, Trauma as a result of accidents or injury, Scarring caused by severe burns, accidents or injury.

Plastic Surgery is reconstructive surgery to correct or repair defects and deformities following trauma, skin cancer, accidents, excision, burns and scars. Plastic surgery is directed and indicated by the surgeon. Plastic surgery and cosmetic surgery are closely interwoven in technique and skill.

Cosmetic Surgery is aimed at enhancing and improving the patient’s appearance. The best cosmetic surgery should be undetectable by others and should provide an increased sense of wellbeing and confidence in the patient.

Cosmetic surgery is unlike other surgery, in that it is requested by the patient, and is thus a matter of personal choice.

  • Breast surgery – breast augmentation, breast lift (mastopexy), breast reduction and breast revision.
  • Facial Surgery – eyelid rejuvenation, prominent ear correction (octoplasty) and nose reshaping.
  • Body contouring surgery – liposculpture/liposuction, tummy tuck (abdominoplasty), belt lipectomy, thigh lift/reduction, arm lift/reduction (brachioplasty) and male breast reduction (gynaecomastia).

SuperCare – with you every step of the way!

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SuperCare’s unique and innovative service provides assistance to individuals and their families in times of need.
Please note your fund trustee has a discretion to decide whether or not it will release your superannuation according to its own policies. Should the trustee agree to release your superannuation, you are able to use those funds to pay for medical treatment or funeral expenses that you would otherwise be unable to pay for.

It is possible to use superannuation funds to pay for some medical procedures for family members - so long as the family member is eligible pursuant to the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993. For further information about the eligibility of your family member(s) as well as the types of medical services available to eligible family member(s), please contact us.