How much does scar revision surgery cost for right side on neck? (Length : 2-3 CM)? (Photos)

I am looking plastic surgeon near Flushing NY,Insurance might won,t cover cosmetic.

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Scar revision

This scar can be revised under local anesthesia in the office. The fee would be between $1000-1500 depending upon size, which cannot be well elucidated in the photo.  Some scar revisions are covered by insurance but the indication is usually a trapdoor deformity or other impediment to function.

Scar revision

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This scar can be revised under local anesthesia in the office. The fee would be between $1000-1500 depending upon size, which cannot be well elucidated in the photo.  Some scar revisions are covered by insurance but the indication is usually a trapdoor deformity or other impediment to function.

Scar revision

The fee for revision will vary and results will depend upon many factors.  If the old scar was not surgically repaired in the past, then you have a good chance for improvement.

Scar revision

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The fee for revision will vary and results will depend upon many factors.  If the old scar was not surgically repaired in the past, then you have a good chance for improvement.

Scar Revision

Prices for scar revision vary, but yours appears to be small enough to be done under local anesthesia in the office. Expect to pay between $750-$1500 in the NYC area. Be sure to consult with a board certified plastic surgeon. Good luck!

Scar Revision

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Prices for scar revision vary, but yours appears to be small enough to be done under local anesthesia in the office. Expect to pay between $750-$1500 in the NYC area. Be sure to consult with a board certified plastic surgeon. Good luck!

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