I was wondering how much it would cost for a minor rhinoplasty, assuming filing of a small hump on the bridge of the nose. Nothing too major, just a small hump on the bridge of the nose. What's the minimum amount this may cost, and what's a logical price range? These prices are for a Canadian citizen living in Ontario.
Minor Rhinoplasty Cost
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Cost of minor rhinoplasty
The average cost of a rhinoplasty is approximately $6000. This includes filing the hump. On many occasions if a big enough hump needs to be filed down then narrowing of the nasal bones will need to be performed and this is called an osteotomy. The osteotomies will then require a cast on the bridge of the nose.
What is the cost of a minor nose job
In Southern California, the cost of a minor nose job (cost of rhinoplasty) generally runs from about $5000 to $7000, depending on the exact procedure to be performed. Where the surgery is completed is also a major factor. If the nose job must be done in a hospital instead of an outpatient surgery center, the cost will be higher. It also includes the cost of anesthesiologist. And finally, the main factor influencing the prices of nose job is the surgeon fee, and this depends on his/her training and the experience. A good nose job requires a specialist and skilled surgeon; the cost will rise in line with the surgeon’s experience. The cost of a nose job should never be the only deciding factor in choosing a facial plastic surgeon. You want to take into account whether you feel comfortable with the surgeon, as well as the doctor's experience and other qualifications. Always choose a board certified surgeon with experience in nose job. Make sure to look at before and after pictures to get a feel for the results the doctor has previously produced for other patients.
Minor Rhinoplasty Fees
While rhinoplasty fees vary considerably from area to area, the fees will start at $2500 and go up from there depending on the complexity of the case.
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Minor Rhinoplasty Cost
In Miami range of fees from $4800 to $8800. Hope that helps. What you describe is NOT a minor rhinoplasty. So see in person 3 boarded surgeons in your area. From MIAMI Dr. Darryl J. BLinski
Cost of hump only rhinoplasty
Prices for a hump only rhinoplasty may range from $2500 up to $8000 depending on several different criteria.
The cost of a rhinoplasty varies for each region of the country and I am sure the same in Canada. A "minor" rhinoplasty like you mention is still a rhinoplasty. In NY that may vary from $4000-$15000 depending upon who you go see.
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