After scheduling a rhinoplasty consult with Dr. Jonathan Kulbersh, I then cancelled it after learning of his $150 consultation fee.
I had already done my homework about the procedure and met with two other local surgeons (who offered their time–about 1/2 an hour–for free).
I hoped to also meet with Dr. Jonathan Kulbersh after reading his glowing reviews and make my decision about who to use.
However, I don’t need to pay $150 to determine whether he’s the right person for the job and I certainly don’t need to pay that for someone’s “professional opinion” when it’s really more of an interview on my part.
Be forewarned of his pricey and unnecessary fee. It doesn’t matter if it is later “applied to the surgery should I choose him”- what if I don’t want him and choose another doctor?
What if he doesn’t really apply it anyway–who’d know? Plastic surgery is already expensive and not covered by insurance which is why the majority of qualified plastic surgeons provide a free consultation.
Consider this before choosing a greedy doctor whose prices are also very high.
There’s many other good surgeons to use.