Is It Fair For My Surgeon To Charge For A Revision of My Chin Implant Which Is Crooked and Too Big?

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Revision of chin implant

The answer would depend on the terms of your preoperative agreement with the surgeon. My financial information forms spell out the relationship. If the implant was crooked, I would not charge for my services but the patient would be responsible for anesthesia and facility fees. Your question doesn't specify when you underwent surgery so I would recommend that if it was recently, you give things time to settle down.

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