How Much Would It Cost to Get the Hump on my Nose Removed?
- Asked by Julia in MA in Holyoke, MA
- 1 year ago
I have a pretty prominent dorsal hump on my nose that I'm very self conscious of. Approximately how much would it cost for it to be removed?
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Cost varies between Free to $15000
Cost varies depending on your location, your nose, and your surgeon. Some ENT surgeons may fix a deviated septum through insurance and take off the hump while they are there free of charge or for a very small additional fee. Other Plastic Surgeons may charge $5-6K for the cosmetic rhinoplasty and some other Facial Plastic Surgeons who focus their practice mostly on Rhinoplasty may charge $10-15K for the cosmetic nose job. It just depends. Don't base the decision purely on cost because revision rhinoplasty usually costs 50% to 300% more than a primary rhinoplasty.
Rhinoplasty cost for hump
You appear to be a good candidate for surgery. Rhinoplasty costs vary a great deal based on the complexity of the situation and the expertise of the surgeon but for a skilled rhinoplasty surgeons who spend the necessary time and attention to detail are in the 8-12k range
Cost of rhinoplasty to remove hump from nose
Cost of rhinoplasty varies from one city to another. Here in the Seattle area, rhinoplasty at our practice is about $7,000. This cost includes the surgeon's fee, operating room, and general anesthesia.
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Rhinoplasty fees around the country will vary. You should decide on a surgeon you want not based upon the fee. Be careful about being penny wise and dollar foolish. Good luck.
Rhinoplasty for the young girl.
Rhinoplasty for the young girl with a bump to be removed varies according to the experience and skill of the surgeon. Roughly it varies from $7500 to 12,000.
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