How Much Does Neck Liposuction Cost?

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Chin liposuction under local anesthesia cost $1800.

There might be slight variation in price if something unexpected is discovered during consultation, but for those who can tolerate a bit of discomfort, $1800 buys neck liposuction under local anesthesia.


Atlanta Plastic Surgeon
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Cost of liposuction under the chin: Starting at $1400

I generally perform submental (under the chin) liposuction through a single 3 mm (one-eighth inch) incision beneath the chin under local anesthesia with laughing gas (nitrous oxide). The procedure usually takes about 45 minutes and starts at $1400 for most patients.

Ronald Friedman, MD
Plano Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 22 reviews

Chin Liposuction

We would charge starting at $2000 + MD Anesthesia related expenses (if an MD Anesthesiologist) is necessary on the case.

For the most cost effective procedure performed with the highest standard of care, consult with surgeons who own their own nationally accredited surgery center.

To understand your options, consult with 3 experienced and expert board certified plastic surgeons

Kris M. Reddy, MD, FACS
West Palm Beach Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 25 reviews

Neck lipo cost depends on amount of work needed

Some patients have a small amount of fat while others can have a huge quantity. Obviously the cost will be different. The range will vary by the skill of the surgeon as well. The cost should normally be $2000-$4000.

Toby Mayer, MD
Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 22 reviews

Chin liposuction cost variables

Thanks for sharing your question. Costs will vary based on geographic region, how much work is involved, if performed in an office vs surgery center, local vs uv anesthesia, and the skill of the surgeon. Please consult with several experienced board certified surgeon in your area to see your options. 

Raymond E. Lee, MD
Orange County Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 43 reviews

Neck liposuction cost

The cost of liposuction of neck an chin area is $800 to $1500 with anesthesia and operating room fees all included

Afshin Farzadmehr, MD
Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 20 reviews

Chin Lipo Costs

Cost for any plastic surgery procedure will differ from office to office and from geographic location.  The average cost for chin lipo ranges from $2,000-$4,000.

Ross A. Clevens, MD
Melbourne Facial Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 51 reviews

Chin Liposuction in Midwestern, US: $1000-$1500

Chin liposuction costs vary and are dependent upon multiple factors.  These include the surgeon’s fee, facility fee, anesthesia charges, location of the liposuction procedure and the type of liposuction performed.  The approach to liposuction varies from physician to physician.  Some surgeons use general anesthesia, some use a hospital, and some use techniques that involve expensive technology.  Each of these variables can affect the cost of chin liposuction.

Obtaining liposuction fee quotes on the telephone or internet can be confusing.  Therefore, it’s important to meet with a physician and know exactly what he or she is talking about.  Make sure you’re not talking apples and oranges and that you’re getting a fee quote for a comparable procedure.

In the Midwestern United States, chin liposuction fees range from $1000 to $1500. This would typically include the surgeons fee, facility fee, anesthesia charges and after care.

Cost is obviously important, but it’s also important to be comfortable with the surgeon’s qualifications and experience.  Make sure you get all your questions answered and are comfortable with your surgeon.

Neck liposuction can be done using tumescent technique while patients are awake

Tumescent technique is an ideal way to perform liposuction of the neck. The technique is substantially less expensive then liposuction done under general anesthesia or IV sedation.

How much does neck liposuction cost?

The price of neck liposuction will depend upon the time required for the surgery.  For many people this can be the most significant change one can make for a relatively small amount of money.
Neck liposuction might be a small procedure, but checking the credentials of your plastic survey and facility are still very important.

Precision, expertise and patience is required to get the best results from chin liposuction. 

Liposuction, as you may have heard in the popular media, is the most commonly performed surgical procedure each year in the United States. Here's a statistic that you may not have heard: the majority of physicians performing liposuction in the United States are not plastic surgeons; in fact, many do not have any formal surgical training whatsoever. It seems hard to believe, but many physicians performing liposuction have had no more training in liposuction than a 'weekend course'. One way to determine whether or not a physician has had appropriate training in a particular surgery is to confirm that they have hospital privileges for that procedure, and that the procedure is being performed in an accredited facility.  I would not be surproised to learn that these physicians will have lower prices and perhaps set prices for surgery

 
I fear that some practitioners view liposuction as a 'simple' surgery, since it does not involve making large incisions, and it requires little, if any, suturing. Nothing could be further from the truth. Liposuction, in my mind, is a very challenging and rewarding operation that requires careful planning and preparation, and a great deal of care and finesse when it is actually performed. It requires a three-dimensional understanding of the layers of human anatomy, an understanding that is second nature to a surgeon alone. I think that it is often an inadequate understanding of anatomy (and, perhaps, of the body's response to surgery) which leads to the poor results in liposuction that unfortunately are so often seen.

Michael Law, MD
Raleigh-Durham Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 66 reviews

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