Rhinoplasty, informally known as a “nose job”, can often be an excellent option for individuals who wish to reshape their nose to enhance its appearance and improve overall facial harmony. Additionally, this popular procedure can be conducted to correct impaired breathing caused by an obstructed nasal airway.
The cost of a rhinoplasty procedure will vary depending on whether the operation is a primary or secondary (revision) rhinoplasty, the latter of which is performed to correct unsatisfactory cosmetic and/or functional results from a previous nasal surgery. On average, the cost of a primary rhinoplasty typically begins at $7,500, which includes the surgeon’s fee, operating facility fee, and anesthesia fee. Since every rhinoplasty is customized to fit the specific needs of the patient, supplementary costs may be added based on the complexity of the operation.
If you are seeking rhinoplasty for medical reasons – e.g., to resolve breathing issues – health insurance may cover all or part of your procedure, depending on your particular plan. My practice also offers several financing and payment plan options through trusted third-party institutions such as CareCredit™ to help make treatment as affordable as possible.
Following your consultation, I will be able to give you a close estimate of how much your rhinoplasty might cost, and my knowledgeable staff can explain all your payment options in full detail to help you determine the best course of action for your unique needs, goals, and budget.
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For more information about what gets factored into the cost of rhinoplasty, or if you would like to schedule a consultation with Dr. Kurkjian, please contact us today.