Nose job is becoming a very popular surgery. According to realself.com, the cost of rhinoplasty in Charlotte, NC ranges from $4,000 to $10,000. This may seem less than helpful, since the highest price in this range is two and a half times as high as the lowest. The reason for this broad price range is that there are a variety of different forms of nose surgery that are classified as rhinoplasty, some of which require greater skill and effort than others. How much your rhinoplasty costs will depend on how much work needs to be done. However much it costs, unless it is done for medical reasons it is unlikely to be covered by insurance.
Looking for the cheapest rhinoplasty you can find, either at home or (especially) abroad, is not a good idea. The cheapest surgery you can find at home that would be at all reliable would be at a teaching hospital, and would involve having the students do the work. The cheapest surgery you could find abroad would be in countries with very little malpractice protection.
There are a number of factors that are involved in the cost of rhinoplasty. In addition to the fee the surgeon charges, there is also an anesthesia fee, and fees for time spent in the surgery location and recovery room, along with pre- and post-operation visits. These fees should all be included in the initial estimate, and none of them is anything you should be willing to do without.
Your best option is to make sure the surgery only needs to be done once. This means being sure you know what you want and are doing this for the right reasons. You should have a conversation about this with your surgeon, making sure he or she knows exactly what you want. Look for a surgeon who does a lot of revision rhinoplasty — these are the surgeons who can most be counted on to make sure the surgery goes right the first time. Take all necessary precautions to keep your nose safe during the recovery period.
The best nose job surgeon in Charlotte is Dr. Sean Freeman. He has been certified by two different boards of surgery, the American Board of Otolaryngology (head and neck surgery) and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Since 1988 he has focused on facial plastic surgery, including nose jobs. He often performs revision rhinoplasty. If you are interested in rhinoplasty, visit his office today or ask for an online consultation so you can take advantage of the discount he offers on the consultation fee.