Nose job surgery, also known as Rhinoplasty, is one of the top five requested and performed cosmetic procedures in the U.S.. A Rhinoplasty fixes the aesthetic shape and contour of the nose and also at times repairs any inner nasal damage to help correct breathing problems from the septum area.
An interesting fact is that Rhinoplasty is becoming widely popular beyond the U.S. and has become increasingly popular with plastic surgeons around the world. Nationally, there seems to be one common concern with potential Rhinoplasty patients and is typical with most cosmetic and plastic surgeries. The concern which continues to keep many Americans from having nose job surgery are understanding the costs involved in getting their nose job.
What Does A Nose Job Cost?
The average cost of rhinoplasty is $5,483, according to the most recent statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Typical costs for a nose job in the Bucks County and Philadelphia area are $3,500 to $9500. That may seem like a wide range, but there are several variables that can affect Rhinoplasty costs. This average cost is only part of the total price.
The following are just a few factors that affect rhinoplasty cost:
- Surgeons fee based on Surgical Complexity
- Anesthesia provider fees
- Outpatient hospital or surgical center fees
- Supplies used during surgery and any needed to be sent home with the patient
Usually, the cost of anesthesia for Rhinoplasty is $900 to $1,500 depending on the length of the surgery. Costs for the outpatient surgical center are usually less in a surgical center than in a hospital. They normally are anywhere from $800 to $2,300 range.
A Board Certified Plastic Surgeon’s fee tends to vary with the complexity of the nose job procedure. Some patients have extensive inner nasal and septum work is done with exterior nasal re-shaping while others do not.
Each patient is different and is provided a custom plan. Fees for the surgeon can average from $3,500 to $9,500. Any time you use a Board Certified plastic surgeon such as Dr. Edward Kole who has a lot of experience the charges will be on the higher side but not as high in Center City Philadelphia or New York/ New Jersey . What offsets cost is the fact that you are paying for the expertise of the doctor and the number of procedures performed before you. Extra training, education, surgical work, and rigorous testing for their specific Board Exams in Plastic Surgery are all required to become a Board Certified Physician in all medical specialties.
With cosmetic and plastic surgery, elective procedures you are choosing to have to enhance and rejuvenate specific areas of your face and body, it is of the utmost importance that a surgeon is board certified. Costs are usually higher due to the expertise work and care, in which, patients receive.
If you are interested in Rhinoplasty and cost factors have been keeping you from moving forward, you shouldn’t wait any longer. Because each surgery is custom, you may be surprised to find out that a nose job is within your financial budget. Move forward and schedule your Complimentary Rhinoplasty consultation with Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Edward S. Kole to discuss everything you would like about having the nose job you’ve always wanted but avoided due to cost factors. You may be pleasantly surprised and on your way to having the nose you have always envisioned for your face.
Please contact The Kole Plastic Surgery Center at 215-315-7655 to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Edward S. Kole. Our office and PA Department of Health Licensed Ambulatory Surgical Center is conveniently located at: 1122 Street Rd Southampton, PA 18966.