How Much Does it Cost for a Good Nose Job?
Rhinoplasty, popularly called a “nose job,” is one of the most popular and widely performed cosmetic surgeries. It is used to reshape the nose, correct nasal birth defects, injuries or trauma, improve breathing and improve the cosmetic appearance of your nose.
In this blog post, we discuss why rhinoplasty is the most challenging plastic surgery and how much a good nose job will bring you closer to your own personal cosmetic ideals and beauty goals.
Rhinoplasty is THE most challenging plastic surgery
The nose is a very complex anatomical region and your facial plastic surgeon must have an in-depth understanding of nasal anatomy to make even the smallest required changes. Furthermore, making small modifications to the nasal structure can lead to numerous complications and the plastic surgeon must be adept at handling those problems if and when they arise.
Surgeons who are naive about the procedure’s complexities often lead to devastating results and the frequency of ill-done nose jobs has led to the prominence of “revision rhinoplasty,” a procedure done to reverse the damage caused by a botched nose job.
That isn’t to say you shouldn’t opt for a rhinoplasty, as the nose serves as a central beautifying and balancing structure that is capable of transforming your facial appearance. But finding a skilled and reputable board-certified facial plastic surgeon is paramount.
Most surgeons perform 10-20 rhinoplasties annually. Dr. Weber performs that many each month.
Even reputable and highly experienced plastic surgeons avoid rhinoplasties for their complexity, and most plastic surgeons perform 10 to 20 rhinoplasties per year, not always quite enough to give a doctor a true familiarity with all the potential complications, intricacies and variations of rhinoplasty.
Dr. Stephen Weber performs 10 to 20 rhinoplasties per MONTH, dedicating himself to the incredibly delicate science and art of facial plastic surgery and nose jobs. Dr. Weber is a double board-certified plastic surgeon who has performed more than 900 successful rhinoplasties, including revision rhinoplasties to reverse the damage caused by botched and inferior nose jobs. As such, Dr. Weber is a rhinoplasty expert, capable of giving you precisely the results you’re hoping for.
Dr. Weber curates a comprehensive rhinoplasty treatment plan for each individual’s specific needs
One of the factors distinguishing Dr. Weber from other plastic surgeons — aside from extensive experience — is his understanding of the need for personalization in surgeries. There is no one-size-fits-all or routine template.
Instead, Dr. Weber carefully considers the form and function (breathing) of your nose and its size, shape, and refinement. He helps you get the most cosmetically appealing nose without compromising your ability to breathe easily and comfortably.
Cost of rhinoplasty
The precise cost of a rhinoplasty varies from patient to patient and depends on multiple factors, including the type of procedure required, the surgeon’s cost, facility costs and the cost of anesthesia. All told, the average typical cost of a good nose job ranges from $10,000 to $12,500, with revision rhinoplasties costing up to $15,000. Please schedule a consultation with Dr. Weber to discuss the precise cost of your rhinoplasty procedure.