How Much Does Rhinoplasty Cost?
Unless your nose has suffered trauma or a functionality repair is required, most insurance companies consider rhinoplasty or reconstructive rhinoplasty (the correction of a previously failed procedure) to be cosmetic and don’t cover the expenses involved in the procedure. Each patient is highly unique and requires variations to their rhinoplasty that can vastly affect the price of the procedure. Your geographical location and surgeon’s skill can also play a role in procedure cost.
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the 2019 average cost of rhinoplasty was $5,409, with a wide range from $3,000 to $15,000. Rhinoplasties for more straightforward corrections are on the lower side of the range, while revision rhinoplasties account for the upper range. There may also be smaller fees for medical testing, lab work, prescriptions, and follow-up treatment if necessary. While these generally don’t add significantly to the cost, they shouldn’t be overlooked in the overall treatment plan.
The biggest factors affecting the cost of your rhinoplasty are the surgeon’s fees, anesthesiology fees, and operating facility fees. Because rhinoplasties at Longwood Plastic Surgery are performed in our accredited outpatient surgery suite in Brookline with a full staff of anesthesiology and nursing providers, we can price all of our procedures extremely competitively while still maintaining superb safety and comfort measures for our patients.
At Longwood Plastic Surgery, art meets medicine with our talented surgeons, Dr. Morris and Dr. Reformat. Our commitment to patient satisfaction is for the overall experience, and that includes financing options for the procedures. We don’t believe you should have to choose between an investment in yourself and your pocketbook, because at Longwood Plastic Surgery, balance and harmony is not just an aesthetic, it’s a way of life.