How much does the average nose job cost?
The cost of a nose job on average in NY
Average nose job cost varies depending on the extent of the procedure. Typically, the average cost is around $6000, which includes the operating room, anesthesia, and everything associated with the procedure.
If there are breathing problems associated with the nose from a deviated septum or prior trauma, insurance can sometimes pay for a portion of the case, the functional part, which can lessen your costs.
To get an exact cost, I would recommend consulting with a board certified plastic surgeon in your area. At that time, the specific options for your nose could be discussed, and any questions could be answered. (Jeffrey Rockmore, MD, Las Vegas Plastic Surgeon)
Average cost of nose job
While the cost of nose job can vary greatly, it is similar to breast surgery in that getting it right the first time can save you a lot of money ion the long run – looking at your surgeon’s before and afters should give you a good idea of his or her experience in the area. (W. Tracy Hankins, MD, Honolulu Plastic Surgeon)
What Is The Average cost of a nose job?
Average nose job cost, done well by a Board Certified plastic surgeon with years of experience in the nuances of the variations in noses seen in Hawaii, costs between $6,000 – $12,000, including the cost of the operating room but not the cost of anesthesia.
A better question is what is the cost of the redos and the misery created by a poorly done nose job. Rhinoplasties are the quintessence of plastic surgery.
If you can do a good nose job, you are both a highly skilled technician as well as a very artistic plastic surgeon. You must be a good listener to understand what the patient’s request is, and you must also understand what the community standard for a good nose is in your geographical location. In Hawaii where we have such a beautiful admixture of Asians, Caucasians, African-Americans, Hispanics, Polynesians, and all kinds of “Hapa” subgroups, the surgeon must be knowledgeable and sensitive to ethnic variations. Hawaii is a microcosm.
The cost of a rhinoplasty is less important than the quality of the surgeon you choose. Minimum qualifications include Board Certification by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, membership in the Aesthetic Society, years of experience doing cosmetic nose job for all types of ethnic groups, and most of all, be sure your plastic surgeon is someone who cares about you as a person and also one who would be devastated if the result was less than great. (S. Larry Schlesinger, MD, FACS, )
Average nose job cost San Diego
First of all, nose job is the ONE plastic surgical procedure where you do not want to bargain shop! The skill and experience of different surgeons varies substantially so you really want to make sure you choose the surgeon you think does the best work. Period! That having been said, a reasonable cost for full nose job, including anesthesia and operating room, will be between $7000 and $8000. (Ronald J. Edelson, MD, San Diego Plastic Surgeon)
The cost of rhinoplasty on average
The cost of nose job on average will vary from place to place and will depend on the number of qualified surgeons in your area. The total cost of surgery includes the fees for the surgeon, the facility and for anesthesia. Make sure you get all of the costs when comparing surgeons. Rhinoplasty is difficult to get consistently good results, so there may be fewer surgeons to choose from.
Surgeons who can deliver consistantly better results may be a bit more expensive but it is worth it. Make sure you like the before and after photos. The prices from the better surgeons will most likely be in a small range. Beware of cut rate prices. The cost of revisions may end up costing you more in the long run. (Ronald Schuster, MD, Baltimore Plastic Surgeon)
Cost of Nose Reshaping Surgery
A “nose job” or nose job may be quite simple or very complicated depending on the needs of the patient and the anatomy of the nose. Typically the range of nose job is about 4000 to 8000 for the most complicated cases. (Marcelo Ghersi, MD, Miami Plastic Surgeon)