If you’re planning on rhinoplasty you should know that the total cost of your rhinoplasty will be made up of several factors. The largest costs will be the doctor’s fee and the facilities charges, but you will also be charged for support staff, anesthesia and equipment and supplies. The charges make up the total cost of your rhinoplasty. Typically a rhinoplasty that is done in the plastic surgeon’s Mississippi office will be cheaper than one performed in a hospital.
Anesthesia can also be a significant cost, especially if your rhinoplasty requires you to be kept asleep for a long period of time. Not just the cost of the anesthesia, but also the fees for the anesthesiologist, the support staff and the Mississippi facilities fees will be higher the longer you are kept asleep for your surgery. If you are able to have the surgery with just local anesthesia your costs will be much lower.
Cost of Rhinoplasty
While this type of cosmetic surgery is one of the most common and popular, the nose job price can still vary from patient to patient. This article will endeavor to explain what this type of cosmetic surgery involves and provide an estimate of the cost. Surprisingly the cost of a nose job can vary between men and women. Patients may also find that different areas of the country will offer different prices for the rhinoplasty surgery.
#1. With this in mind let's discuss just what a nose job can achieve. Generally it can help reduce the size of the nose, enlarge a small nose and reshape the nose. The size of the nose may not be in balance with the rest of the face so surgery could help with symmetry.
#2. The width of the nose either at the bridge or in the size of the nostrils could be another reason a patient would consider a nose job. If the patient's nose has been injured there could be a bump, depression or angle to the nose which might be helped with rhinoplasty. Sometimes people will have a bulbous or enlarged nose; it can also be upturned, hooked or drooped. These could sometimes be considered cosmetic reasons for getting a nose fixed. It might also help with breathing.
#3. For a woman to get rhinoplasty the nose job price could be anywhere from three thousand dollars to four thousand dollars. The costs may be covered by health insurance if they are helping the patient breathe better. However, this is something that would need to be discussed with your own health care provider.
#4. Men generally are charged a different price, but not always. They can see a beginning estimate of four thousand dollars. The cost could reach as much as six thousand dollars. The price difference could depend on the type of rhinoplasty surgery that is performed. There is an open surgery where the skin on the nostril is cut which makes it easier to operate and the closed surgery where no skin is cut. This may be one of the cost differences of a nose job price.