The price for blepharoplasty varies depending on the location, the doctor's expertise, and the amount of work that needs to be done. Generally, the surgeon's fees range from $3,000 to $5,000.00 and there will also be additional costs for the operating room and general anesthesia if needed.
How Much Does Blepharoplasty Cost in California?
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Cost of eyelid surgery in California
Every blepharoplasty is different. It may involve upper or lower lids or both. It may involve very delicate restructuring or be a simple skin excision.
The average upper and lower eyelid procedure will take 1.5-2 hours and the costs including OR and anesthesia is in the range of $5-7 K. A simple upper lid under local might be $2,000.
Remember that much more important than the price is the result you will achieve as you are going to live with this forever.
Blepharoplasty pricing in California
Blepharoplasty fees will vary greatly throughout the state. Consult with 2 - 3 surgeons to find one that is the best fit for you. Expertise should trump fees if two surgeons are in your budget.
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Each surgeon’s fees will be different depending on many factors. Factors such as the certification of the surgeon, the experience of the surgeon, if the surgery is performed in the office or in a hospital / outpatient surgery center, if performed under local anesthesia or general anesthesia and who is administering the anesthesia. Don’t choose your surgeon ONLY by price, make sure they can achieve your goals.
In my practice, Upper Blepharoplasty can range from $3500-4500, Lower Blepharoplasty's range is about the same, if both are performed together, the range would be $5000-7000.
The Cost of Blepharoplasty
The cost of blepharoplasty varies depending on whether you have upper, lower, both, and whether it is performed in the surgeon's office with or without an anesthesiologist. The price may vary from $2500 to $10000. Choose your surgeon carefully to avoid costly revisions. Good luck and be well.
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