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Rhinoplasty, commonly referred to as a “nose job,” is a surgical procedure that can improve the appearance and/or function of the nose. If you’re considering rhinoplasty, you may have questions about the procedure and its cost. This webpage provides information about rhinoplasty, including frequently asked questions (FAQs) and cost estimates.

Procedure FAQs:

Q: Who is a good candidate for rhinoplasty?

A: Good candidates for rhinoplasty are individuals who are unhappy with the size or shape of their nose, have breathing problems due to structural abnormalities in their nose, or have a deviated septum. Candidates should be in good overall health and have realistic expectations for the outcome of the procedure.

Q: What happens during a rhinoplasty procedure?

A: Rhinoplasty is typically performed under general anesthesia and can take several hours to complete. The surgeon makes incisions inside the nostrils or on the outside of the nose, then reshapes the bone and cartilage to achieve the desired shape and/or function.

Q: What is the recovery time for rhinoplasty?

A: Recovery time varies from patient to patient, but most people can return to work or school within one to two weeks after the procedure. Swelling and bruising are common after rhinoplasty and can take several weeks to fully resolve. Patients should avoid strenuous activities for several weeks after the procedure.

Q: What are the risks of rhinoplasty?

A: As with any surgery, there are risks associated with rhinoplasty. These include bleeding, infection, and adverse reactions to anesthesia. Other risks include breathing difficulties, loss of smell, and dissatisfaction with the cosmetic outcome.

Cost Estimate:

The cost of rhinoplasty can vary based on several factors, including the surgeon’s experience, geographic location, and the extent of the procedure. On average, the cost of rhinoplasty in the United States ranges from $5,000 to $15,000. This cost typically includes the surgeon’s fees, anesthesia fees, and facility fees. It’s important to note that insurance does not typically cover the cost of cosmetic rhinoplasty.

If you’re considering rhinoplasty, it’s important to consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon to discuss your options and determine the best course of treatment for your needs. The surgeon can provide you with a personalized cost estimate and answer any questions you may have about the procedure.

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