At DePerro Plastic Surgery the cost of Liposuction is $1750 for the first area and $1000 for each additional area. There is also approximately $2000 in costs for anesthesia and the facility fee. We perform all of our liposuction procedures in our attached surgery center under general anesthesia and sterile conditions. This maximizes your safety and comfort so you don't feel any pain during the procedure. Also, because you're asleep we are able to be more thorough and remove more fat. So in total 1 area of liposuction under general anesthesia would cost approximately $3750, two areas $4750.
Unfortunately, despite a surgeon's best efforts, in some cases a patient may be unhappy with the results of his or her surgery. This can result from numerous causes, including surgical error or unrealistic expectations on the patient's part. Because the final results of rhinoplasty can take up to a year to develop, patients should not panic if their noses have not taken their ideal shape in the first few months. If a patient is unhappy with the nose even after the final shape has stabilized, there are options for treatment and correction. Depending on the extent of changes that need to be made, a surgeon may recommend non-surgical nose reshaping or secondary (revision) rhinoplasty.
Some surgeons will quote a single global liposuction cost that includes almost every possible surgery-related expense in one lump sum. Typically a global liposuction price is the sum of the surgical fees, plus the non-surgical fee, plus the anesthesiologist’s fee (if general anesthesia is used). A global liposuction cost is commonly used when the liposuction surgery is done in the surgeon’s office or surgery center. When a prospective patient telephones a surgeon’s office to inquire about the cost of liposuction, be certain to determine if the quote is for a global fee or merely the surgical fee. An office employee who answers the telephone might only give information about the surgeon’s fee and not mention other important items such as the anesthesiologist’s fee, and operating room fee.
However, if a patient underwent surgery in another country, but experiences post-operative complications, he or she will need to pay to travel back to the same destination if they wish to have the same doctor oversee any revisions. Revision surgery performed by a different surgeon is extremely difficult, and thus more expensive. In fact, it can cost 50 percent more than the original surgery. Therefore, it can actually be far more economical to pay for a surgery within the U.S.
In the initial surgical consultation, patients should discuss their specific needs and aesthetic goals to ensure that these goals are realistic. While rhinoplasty can achieve dramatic results, the procedure will not completely alter a patient's appearance. Rather, it is intended to enhance an individual's beauty and correct minor to moderate imperfections. Fortunately, even small changes can have major, positive effects on a patient's overall appearance.
When rhinoplasty is performed primarily for cosmetic purposes, it is rarely covered by insurance. However, insurance companies will often pay for procedures to correct a deviated septum or other breathing issues. A doctor's administrative staff can help patients determine whether they are eligible for insurance coverage. In many cases, they will even file the claim and handle any other paperwork.