how much does a rhinoplasty (nose job) cost? i would like to get rid of my bump.
How Much to Have a Bump Removed from Nose?
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Nose job costs
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Cost to remove bump from nose
The typical cost for a rhinoplasty ranges from $5,000.00 to $10,000.00. Cost for rhinoplasty in our office is approximately $6,000.00, which includes the operating room, anesthesia, and the surgeon’s fee for performing the procedure.
Cost of Bump Removal
The cost for rhinoplasty is $6000-$8000, depending on geographic location , the experience of your surgeon, and what will be changed. Of course cost is important, but should not be the only consideration.
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Be careful what you ask for: Cost of nasal hump removal (only)?
Be careful what you ask for. IF all you want is a hump removal. No change to the large or drooping tip. No correction of septal deviation, etc. Then costs could be as little as 4-5,000. However, if you are seeking overall correction including the hump, fees could total up to 20,000.
Rhinoplasty Cost Should Not Be the Determining Factor
Rhinoplasty hump removal may cost up to $150,000 per pound of hump removed. Fortunately we only remove a fraction of a pound which may run between $6000 to $20,000 depending upon the rhinoplasty surgeon, location, anesthesia, and operating room.
Cost should not be the determining factor in choosing your rhinoplasty surgeon as the cost of repairing a botched surgery is very expensive. Take your time and choose your rhinoplasty surgeon most carefully.
Good luck and be well.
Price is Less Important than the Surgeon
The typical cost of Rhinoplasty (including Anesthesia and Facility) is $7-8 k. Rhinoplasty is a complex procedure and requires a great deal of expertise to obtain consistently good results. I would advise you to choose the Surgeon first,the price second.
Cost of a rhinoplasty.
The average cost is $5-8000. It depends on how good the surgeon is and how much work needs to be done. But pick a surgeon for the quality of his work, not the price.
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