Please do not shop around for cheap liposuction prices. This is one area were you get what you pay for! The doc has to see the areas and decide how much work it will take, the time involved, the technique required, if scar tissue exists, garments, surgery center fees , etc...
Can You Please Provide Me with Estimate on Liposuction for the Abdomen?
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Liposuction cost for the abdomen
you need a consultation to see what condition exists. You may need an abdominoplasty performed by a plastic surgeon in addition to liposuction. Liposuction will usually cost several thousand dollars per area, but it can vary significantly depending on the geographic location.
Approximate cost for abdominal liposuction
Including costs of the surgery center and anesthesia you may be looking at a minimum of $4500. However, it really depends on how much is to be removed. In many cases liposuction alone is not going to give a flat stomach. If there is a lot to be removed, you will end up with a lot of loose skin and not the desired outcome, without having a tummy tuck. However if it is a small amount and you have good skin tone, you may be a good candidate. Your Board Certified Plastic Surgeon will be able to give you a good recommendation
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Estimate on Liposuction for the Abdomen
Sure here in MIAMI fee range from $2800 to $4800. Hope that helps. Best to see in person a boarded surgeon. Dr. Darryl J. Blinski
Liposuction requires a personal consultation.
Although I understand your desire to obtain the price; I can't give you a fixed price for several reasons. Prices depend on:
How many areas do you need reduced? (an in person consultation is necessary)
Do you want it performed in an office, surgicenter or in a hospital setting?
Do you want a nurse, a surgeon, or a Board Certified Anesthesiologist to perform anesthesia?
Do you want me to provide you with dressings & garments or do you want to buy them?
Depending on these factorsliposuction can range anywhere from $4000 up to $10,000 in Chicago.
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