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Costs of Otoplasty, lower Eyelid Surgery and Forehead Lift?
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Cost of Otoplasty, Lower Eyelid Surgery and Brow Lift.
Fees are something that will change from patient to patient and amongst plastic and cosmetic surgeons. Patients fees vary based on the degree of difficulty and surgeons fees changed based on their experience and reputation, IMHO. The range of our surgical fees for these are as follows:
- Otoplasty $4,500 - $6,000
- Lower Eyelid Surgery $4,500 - $6,00
- Coronal Brow Lift $6,500 - $8,000
Anesthesia and OR fees are in addition to the surgical fees.
Cost of otoplasty, eyes, and forehead
The fees for an otoplasty , eyes, and forehead certainly will vary around the country and Philadelphia prices are different than NYC. Also, combinng procedures often reduces each individual fee.
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Costs of Otoplasty, lower Eyelid Surgery and Forehead Lift
Surgical Fees will vary considerably across the country and even in the same county. The complexity of the surgery will also impact the fees. Lower Eyelidplasty, Otoplasty, and Forehead list. The fees will range from $8000 to $20,000 + MD Anesthesia + Facility Fees. South Florida fees are probably on the lower end of the spectrum. Fees in the North East then to be on the higher end.
The cost of lower eyelid surgery and forehead lifts really depends
The cost of lower eyelid surgery and forehead lifts really depends on your geographical area. Lower lid surgery can range anywhere from 2,000 - 5,000 for the surgery fee + the facility fee. For a forehead lift, it’s about the same. On average, it’s about $3,000 for surgery fee + 1,000 for the facility fee. I don’t know about Otoplasty.
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