How Much Does Neck Liposuction Cost?
- Asked by tmonkey in campbell, ca
- 4 years ago
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.
The cost of plastic surgery varies depending on geographic location and the expertise of the surgeon. The fee for chin liposuction depends on the extent and complexity of the work. It generally ranges between $1000 to $4000.
Cost of liposuction under the chin: $1200
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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.
How much does chin liposuction cost?
the answer is is that it is variable. However in my office if it is truly just chin liposuction then the cost is approximately $3000. In our office that's with the added benefit of laser assisted liposuction in the form of SlimLipo. I've used Smartlipo as well as traditional liposuction by itself in my impression is that SlimLipo offers the best results in the chin, jaw line, neck area.I perform these procedures under local anesthesia with very nice results in very little downtime for the patients. If you choose to undergo a procedure like this under sedation or even general anesthesia you may find your costs increasing as much as $2500. adding a chin implant to the procedure will improve the look dramatically and has an added cost of around $2200
Best of luck and thank you for your inquiry
Chase Lay, MD
Web reference: http://chaselaymd.com/SlimLipo_Jaw_Neck_Lift.php
Chin Liposuction Cost
In our practice, submental liposuction is approximately $2500. The procedure is done either along with other surgery or by itself with local anesthesia and mild intramuscular sedation. Not everyone is a candidate for submental liposuction (must have good skin elasiticity) but for the right patients it is very gratifying.
Cervicoplasty or submental (neck) liposuction
Before asking for a price, please make sure that you've found the right consultant to give you a diagnosis for what you dislike and then formulate an appropriate operation. If you have a localized fat deposit under your chin, liposuction of this submental area, may suffice. On the other hand, if you have excessive and poor quality skin with loose muscle bands, a formal "necklift" or cervicoplasty will be preferable. In my practice, we offer patients the choice of MAC (monitored anesthesia care) or general anesthesia, for both procedures. The salient differences between the two procedures are as follows:
a. Recovery time: Cervicoplasty 1 week; Submental lipo 3days
b. Length of scars: Cervicoplasty around and behind ears; Lipo 1-2 "stab" 1cm incisions.
c. Risks: comparable
d. Price: Cervicoplasty $5,000; Lipo $3000.
e. Operating time: Cervicoplasty 4hr; Lipo 1hr
Neck Lipo Cost
Remember, before the question of cost you want to make sure the physician not only have liposuction experience but especially on the neck/chin area. The average cost for that area is about $3000 - $4000.
Neck liposuction cost range $2500 to $5000 and up
I think the moderator should consider eliminating questions regarding costs because there are so many variables involved that no one can ever expect a straight answer unless the plastic surgeon and patient live in the same locale:)
Nonetheless, I'll repeat what I've said many times before: the costs depend on your geographic location (metropolitan areas like LA and NY are typically more expensive than areas such as where I practice in the Mountain West), more experienced and in-demand surgeons usually charge more, and more extensive areas being treated result in more costs. A "reasonable" range for your procedure could be anywhere from $2500 to $5000 and up.....
Be very careful about selecting a surgeon just based on cost. Sometimes you get what you pay for.
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