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How Much Does It Cost to Have a Custom Made Chin Implant with All the Fees( Surgeon, Operation Room)included?

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Custom Chin Implant Fabrication Cost

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The creation of a custom chin implant is done by hand off of a 3-D model created from the patient's CT scan. Having done this on a regular basis, the costs associated with entire process are well known. Short of the cost of getting a 3-D CT scan in your geographic area (usually less than $500), complete surgical costs would be right around $8500 to $9000 which includes implant fabrication and sterilization, surgeon's fees, operating and anesthesia fees.


Indianapolis Plastic Surgeon
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Cost of custom facial implants

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The cost depends greatly upon the location, surgeon and type of implant. Another factor that will be important is whether you have significant underlying asymmetry of your chin. Creating a custom chin implant that remedies significant asymmetry can increase cost. A reasonable range is $7500 - $20,000 for the custom implant, surgeon fee, anesthesia and facility. A significant contributor to the high cost is the custom implant. This would be a good procedure to discuss with several plastic surgeons to ensure they have experience with the custom implant that will work best for you. I hope this information is helpful.

Stephen Weber MD, FACS

Stephen Weber, MD, FACS
Denver Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Chin Implant Cost

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There are a variety of factors that contribute to the cost of a chin implant, however you can expect it to be around $7000-$9000 in Toronto, Ontario.

Jerome Edelstein, MD
Toronto Plastic Surgeon
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Cusome made chin implant

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To  customize a chin implant, you will need a 3D CT scan of the mandible and face. This is then reconstructed on a 3D CAD machine which, if the company ha will be able to make you your custome chin. Cost I quess $ 50-100K

Samir Shureih, MD
Baltimore Plastic Surgeon

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