I need to know how much it would cost to remove a dorsal hump in the middle of my nose.
How Much Does Dorsal Hump Removal Cost?
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Frequently more than just a hump needs to be removed from your nose
Many patients come in for consultations requesting just a hump removal. This is sometimes the case. More often, reducing just a hump can throw a nose out of balance. A qualified rhinoplasty expert can discuss the options in rhinoplasty with you. I like to use computer imaging to demonstrate what hump removal alone can achieve vs. more a more complete rhinoplasty. This is the nose you want to have for the rest of your life, price should be a secondary consideration.
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Hump removal is usually only part of a rhinoplasty.
Once the hump is removed the nose may need to be fractured to create a normal bridge. Also, you may need other parts done once this is done to be balanced. Cost varies. Choose an experienced rhinoplasty surgeon to get the best result and don't shop price.
Dorsal Hump Removal Cost
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Dorsal Hump Removal in Midwest, US: $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 your fee quote includes the surgeon’s 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.
To ensure quality work at most cost effective prices, consult with board certified plastic surgeons that own their own nationally accredited facilities. These surgeons must maintain the highest standards to keep accreditation. Moreover, the surgeons are motivated to ensure quality and properly trained staff (to minimize time and frustration in surgery), private and comfortable facilities (to ensure continued referrals), and less waste (to ensure that they can remain competitive financially with other centers).
Consult with 3 experienced and expert board certified plastic surgeons to understand your options.
Cost of Nasal Hump Removal
Cost wil vary tremendously depending on how much work will be done. Eliminating your hump may necessitate other changes to achieve a cosmetically successful result. Charges for this surgery average $5000-$8000.
Cost of dorsal hump removal
Rhinoplasty costs vary widely depending on your location and the surgeon. If you are in New Hyde Park, NY, I would expect to pay between $7000-$10,000. Don't choose your surgeon based on price alone, choose based on his/her experience and the quality of results. Good luck, /nsn.
Cost for dorsal hump removal
There is an average price for this procedure and our office falls somewhere in the middle at approximately $7,200. However you should not focus so much on the cost of the procedure but the skill and bedside manner of the surgeon. What are the surgeons qualifications? If you do not like the outcome or you suffer an adverse reaction how will the physician manage the issues? As you can see, price is just one of the aspects that should be considered when finding a great rhinoplasty surgeon.
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