considering getting a chin implant. wondering how much i should anticipate spending for the procedure.
How Much Does a Chin Implant Cost?
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Chin implant cost
A routine uncomplicated chin implant under local anesthesia in the office should cost between $3500-$5500.
Chin Implant Costs
Plastic surgery fees vary considerably based on geographic location and the expertise of the surgeon. A chin implant generally ranges from $2500 to $7000.
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Cost for Chin Implant Surgery can vary greatly
The cost of chin implant surgery depending on the expertise of the surgeon and the geographic area you live in. It can vary form $4,000 to $7,0000.
Please consult few board certified plastic surgeons who have expertise in facial plastic surgery. Make sure they evaluate your facial proportions carefully, listen to your desires carefully and answer your concerns openly. Review their before and after pictures of chin implant surgery to make sure you agree with their aesthetic and artistic taste.
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Chin Implant Cost
Cost Factors for Chin Augmentation
Chin Implant Cost Factors
Average Chin Augmentation Cost: $3925 is the listed number by Real Self but the real answer is more complicated as it depends on many factors.In Orange County this would be a low figure and approximately $3500-$4500 which would include OR, implant, sedation, surgeons fees and follow-up.
Chin Augmentation prices vary greatly because the the procedure itself encompasses a wide range of techniques and surgical approaches that can be performed to different extents- for example different type of implants and insertion sites.. My recommendation is to first find qualified surgeons that are board certified by either the American Board of Plastic Surgery, Facial Plastic Surgery, or Oral Surgery you trust, then compare prices between them. Factors that influence the price include:
1. Location - Will it be performed in a hospital with an overnight stay, an independent out- patient facility or a doctors office?
2. Type of Anesthesia - local, IV sedation or General Anesthesia? Will a board certified anesthesiologist or a nurse anesthetist be used, or an RN?
3. Experience and training of your surgeon. The best trained (and longest) would be a surgeon board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery
Cost of a Chin Implant
Surgical costs vary by region and surgeon, but expect to spend upwards of 4000 dollars. Because this procedure is typically done in the operating room, this figure includes the professional fee, anesthesia fee, facility fee, and the cost of the implant itself.
If this procedure is done in conjunction with another procedure (often done with rhinoplasty), the cost is often partially reduced.
Michael M. Kim, MD
Chin implant costs vary by surgeon and region
Depending on the part of the country you live in and the surgeon you go to, his fee will vary, but in general expect to pay between $4000 and $7000 or even more in some areas.
Chin Implant Cost
Chin implant cost
Good question with a variety of answers. Some surgeons, such as myself, prefer to do this procedure under local anesthesia because there is added safety and decrease downtime for the patient. The fees for this can range anywhere from $2500-$3500.
In the case of surgeries being performed under anesthesia there is usually an added cost of $1000-$2000 for the surgery center and anesthesia fees. This would bring the total cost to around $4500.
I charge a range from $2700-$3200 depending on what the patient needs and whether or not it's a revision. I also often offer heavily discounted chin and jaw line liposuction or SlimLipo to enhance the outcome of the procedure.
The general risks of chin implant surgery are lower lip numbness that can last for a few weeks to several months, infection, bruising, overcorrection or under correction. Chin implants are easily removed and can be replaced either immediately or in 16 weeks in the case infection.
Chase Lay, MD
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