Cost of chin liposuction? (photos)
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Cost of Liposuction
Thank you for your question.
Cost is always a consideration in elective surgery. Prices for liposuction in our facility vary depending on the amount of tissue planned to be removed, and the expected time that will be spent in the operative room. You may call us for a general range if you know what areas you think will require liposuction.
Although the fees cover the costs of several components, we will provide you a comprehensive fee noting which items are excluded:
- Surgeon’s professional fee
- Facility fee
- Anesthesia fee
- Surgical garments
- Medical tests
Dhaval M. Patel
Double Board Certified
Liposuction for excessive fat under the chin: $1500
For uncomplicated liposuction under the chin (submental suction lipectomy), we charge $1500. This includes the preoperative appointment, procedure, and all postoperative followups. We have laughing gas available at no additional charge. Please read the realself reviews of our practice, as some of our patients have posted pre- and postoperative photos of liposuction under the chin.
Cost of chin liposuction
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Cost of chin liposuction
Kybella injections will help with your concern. They are 2-3 sessions 6 weeks apart. Average cost is between $600-$800 per vial and usually 1-2 vials are required per session.
Submental and jawline liposuction or PresicionTX (SmartLipo). You will see results in just one treatment. Cost is around $2800 to $3500 on average but varies depending on geographical location and surgeon experience.
Hope this helps,
Dr. Gus Diaz
Liposuction and Price
The importance of making an accurate assessment
Before definitive treatment plan can be made an accurate diagnosis or proper assessment needs to be made. The majority of young fit people who are not overweight with concerns of a double chin or fullness in this area tend to have insufficient jaw projection. This also often comes with the person haveing an overbite.
when this is the case liposuction is of limited benefit. often patients will have a combination of excess fat in the chin and neck area as well as poor projection of their chin.
For most of these patients they will do better having a chin implant then getting liposuction.Most likely the best outcome would be a combination of both.
In terms of an assessment I would say 60% of your issue is a bony problem and 40% is subcutaneous fat.
many people are apprehensive of having a chin implant placed let alone oral surgery.
Liposuction will most likely give a nice enhancement.
by the way laser liposuction this simply regular liposuction with a secondary laser treatment. The recovery will not be substantially different.
It's an easy procedure to do and and can be done while awake.
I suggest having a few consultations with board-certified plastic surgeons.
Mats Hagstrom M.D.
Cost of liposuction of the neck
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