I am a 55 year old female and my upper eyelids seem to have disappeared! I am considering the procedure as an in-office one in order to save on op room cost. Can you offer any type of price range in Boston and advice? Thanks!
How Much Would an In-office Upper Eyelid Procedure Cost?
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Upper blepharoplasty cost in Boston
My charge for upper blepharoplasty under local anesthesia is $2500. My patients spend approximately 2 hours at our center which includes the surgery and the period of post operative recovery with icing of the eyelids before going home. Local anesthesia is a safe and effective way to perform upper blepharoplasty and has been my preferred method for years.
Cost of blepharoplasty
I think that the upper eyelids are perfect for having surgery under local anesthesia. The procedure takes between 30 to 60 minutes. Local anesthesia is very effective and safe when performing upper blepharoplasty. The surgery cost in NYC is between $2500 to $4000. I imagine that Boston prices are in a similar range.
In Toronto, blepharoplasty can range from $4500 to $7000, with the lower range referring to the upper or lower eyelids only.
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Eyelid surgery will vary depending where in the country. Even in the same city there is a major difference. I would suggest that you consult with 2 - 3 surgeons in your area and choose that best fits all your needs. Upper Eyelids can cost anywhere from $1500 - $5000 + MD Anesthesia (if required).
In Office Upper Eyelid (Blepharoplasty) Cost
Eyelid Surgery, and by this I mean Blepharoplasty (eyelid lift) prices vary greatly because the procedure itself encompasses a range of experience of the surgeons involved and the complexity of the procedure..RealSelf estimates the price to be around $4300 as of today. The cost in Southern California should range from $3000-$5000 depending on if it is just the upper lid removal of excess skin or will also correct a weak eye muscle (ptosis surgery or levator repair).. My recommendation is to first find qualified surgeons that are board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery or board certified Oculoplastic surgeon you trust, then compare prices between them. Factors that influence the price include:
1. Location - Is the doctor's office a medicare approved center (will cost more to use) vs just his office
2. Type of Anesthesia - local, IV sedation or General Anesthesia? Will a board certified anesthesiologist or a nurse anesthetist be used, or an RN?
3. Experience and training of your surgeon. The best trained (and longest) would be a surgeon board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and some fellowship trained oculoplastic surgeons.
4. Length and Complexity of Surgery - Skin only removal or also the fat pads. Will a procedure need to be done to correct muscle weakness (ptosis repair)
Upper eyelid surgery
You will find many different answers depending on who your ask. Cost will vary depending on many factors.... first of all it differs depending on if a board certified plastic surgeon is performing the surgery or not. Also, if the surgery is performed in a hospital based operating room vs. an office setting (sounds like you are steering toward the office setting under local anesthesia). Please be careful when doing your research to make sure your surgeon is properly trained and has experience in this procedure.
This can range around $2000-$2500 for the procedure being performed in an office setting under local anesthesia.
I hope this helps.
Upper Blepharoplasty under Local Anesthesia
I perform upper and lower blepharoplastys in my office quite often. Depending upon the situation, upper eyelid surgery can be done under local anesthesia. I offer free consultations. Prices begin at $2500 and increase from there. I am located in the suburbs of Chicago.
Upper Eyelid Surgery
Upper eyelid surgery can be safely performed under a local anesthesia which makes the procedure very affordable. The fee for a Blepharoplasty at The Sullivan Centre is Columbus, Ohio is about $2200.00.
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