How much does Adam's apple reduction cost?
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Tracheal Shave Cost
Thanks for your question. Cost will depend on your region of the country and your surgeon.
However, in our Austin, TX practice, the cost is typically around 4,000-5,000. This procedure is also commonly combined with other facial feminization surgeries so the cost can be reduced by combining other surgeries during one anesthetic.
Tracheal Shave Adam's Apple Reduction
Reduction of the thyroid cartilage, or tracheal shave, is a procedure commonly performed at my practice. The surgery involves a small incision in the neck, about 1CM, and we do not use any drains. It is performed at a licensed out patient surgery center center. The cost for the procedure at my practice including the surgery, anesthesia, and operating room is a total of $6450. Hope this helps!Dr. Sajan
Adam's apple reduction
The cost of this surgery depends partly on the type of anesthesia you choose, and on your age. Generally between $3000-$4000. In a young man, the cartilage is often soft and easier to remove, meaning the anesthesia cost may go down. In older patients the cartilage starts to turn into bone, making the procedure more difficult and requiring deeper anesthesia.A full evaluation in the office will help us discuss your goals and expectations and give an accurate answer on pricing.Best of luckDr Rodman
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Adam's Apple Reduction Cost
In general, yes, Adam's Apple Reduction is possible. Realself provided data for the average cost of this procedure and others in your geographic area.
To be sure, see two or more experienced, board-certified Plastic Surgeons in your area for a complete evaluation to make sure you are a good candidate and that it is safe for you to have surgery.
I hope this helps.
Adam's apple reduction cost
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