Nose Job Cost Range?

the average or price range of doing a nose job??

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Nose Job Cost

Pricing varies depending on the surgeon and city where they are. It can also depend on the type of rhinoplasty you want and the extent of correction required. In Toronto, Ontario, it ranges from $8000-$10000.

Toronto Plastic Surgeon
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Rhinoplasty in the Midwest: $4000-$7000


                  Rhinoplasty is one of the most commonly performed cosmetic surgery procedures. Prices for this procedure vary widely and depend on several variables. It’s important to make sure that you’re fee quote includes the surgeons fee, facility fee, anesthesia charges and pre and post-operative care. These components may vary widely depending on the surgeons practice?

                  Generally, surgeons who operate in dedicated outpatient cosmetic surgery facilities are able to offer lower facility fees than those who operate in hospital based practices. Anesthesia fees can vary and this may be related to the use of a nurse anesthetist verses a physician anesthesiologist.

                  Finally, the physician’s fee may vary depending on regional differences and local competition. It’s also important to understand the surgeon’s revisional surgery policies. Hopefully, this won’t be necessary, but revisions occur for a multitude of reasons. When all of these variables are considered, fees in the Midwestern United States vary from $4,000 to $7,000. It’s important to remember that price is an important part of your decision, but it’s not the only consideration. Make sure your surgeon is board certified and has a good reputation and experience in performing rhinoplasty. 

Richard J. Bruneteau, MD
Omaha Plastic Surgeon
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Rhinoplasty cost


The price of aesthetic procedures can vary widely.  It can depend on the city that you are in, the cost of the O.R. and anesthesia.  It us usually predicated on how much time the surgeon needs to spend in the O.R.  See a few plastic surgeons before making your selection.  Ask the office manager to break down the cost for you.  Remember that cheap can become very expensive if there is an issue.

Jeffrey Roth, MD
Las Vegas Plastic Surgeon
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Cost of Rhinoplasty


The cost of Rhinoplasty vary across the country.  You will have a surgeon's fee, an outpatient fee, and an anesthesia fee.  Consult with a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, certified by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) to discuss your expectations and fees.

Robert E. Zaworski, MD
Atlanta Plastic Surgeon
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Rhinoplasty Range


Surgical Fees range greatly acorss the country.  Our closed rhinoplasty starts at $5500 + Md Anesthesia related fees.  Open Rhinoplasty is more and tip rhinoplasty is less.

Kris M. Reddy, MD, FACS
West Palm Beach Plastic Surgeon
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Cost of rhinoplasty varies in Los Angeles


A rhinoplasty, or nose job, can vary in price from seven thousand to twenty thousand dollars depending on the degree of nasal deformity. In Los Angeles, the top rhinoplasty surgeons charge over eight thousand for a standard nasal surgery. In some cases, a functional nose surgery, such as a septoplasty, may be covered with insurance, but this will vary depending on the type of insurance.

Raffy Karamanoukian, MD, FACS
Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
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Average cost of nose job is $7,000

The average cost of a nose job (or rhinoplasty) is approximately $7,000.   This cost includes the operating room fee, the anesthesia doctors fee, and the surgeon’s fee.  It is best not to shop price, but look for quality. The rhinoplasty procedure is the hardest operation to perform in the field of cosmetic surgery, so  it is important to get  it done right the first time.   Look for a very experienced rhinoplasty surgeon. For many examples, please see the link below

William Portuese, MD
Seattle Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Cost of Nose Job


Do not shop price! That is not to say  the most expensive is necessarily the best, but carefully evaluate the experience and previous results of your surgeon. The cost varies from $7,000-16,000 depending on how complicated the problem.

Richard W. Fleming, MD
Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Rhinoplasty Costy Can Vary


The price of a rhinoplasty can vary significantly. Factors that affect the price include your surgeon's geographic location, level of experience, and the techniques and time required to perform your surgery. The American Socieity for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery's Statistics on Cosmetic Surgery note that the national average surgeon's fee for 2007 was approximately $4800. Most patients can expect their rhinoplasty to cost between $6000 and $12000. You should check with your doctor to find out what other fees are involved, such as anesthesia fees or surgical center fees.

Most insurance companies will not pay for nasal surgery performed for cosmetic reasons. Occassionally, they will cover surgery performed to correct post-traumatic deformities. Insurance will, however, pay for the portion of a rhinoplasty that is done to improve your breathing -- i.e., correcting a deviated septum (septoplasty) or reconstructing collapsed breathing passages (spreader grafts). You should check with your physician to see if he accepts insurance and whether or not you are a candidate for these types of procedures.

C. Spencer Cochran, MD
Dallas Facial Plastic Surgeon
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It depends on the surgeon and the extent of the surgery.


 Choose an experienced rhinoplasty surgeon and don't try looking for a deal! The cost varies between $6000-15,000. The more complex, the more the time and the cost.

Toby Mayer, MD
Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
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