Cost for Rhinoplasty Surgery

We are often asked what does a rhinoplasty, also known as cosmetic nasal surgery or a “nose job” cost. Nose job costs range based on how much work will need to be done and what, if any part, can be covered through insurance.

Submitting your Rhinoplasty to Your Insurance Company

Your insurance company will cover the cost of a rhinoplasty only if changing the structure of the nose will correct a breathing problem. This can be difficult to demonstrate and often must be approved through your insurance carrier.

Most often your insurance company will cover the cost of straightening a deviated septum, also known as septoplasty. A deviated septum can be confirmed by your doctor by looking in the nose with a viewing device.

Rhinoplasty Costs Not Covered by Insurance

Often the cost of the nose job plastic surgery varies with the skill level of the surgeon and the complexity of the procedure. In particular more experienced and qualified rhinoplasty surgeons will charge more for the procedure. Secondly, for rhinoplasty procedures that involve more extensive work, especially in the case of a revision rhinoplasty, there will be higher surgical fees.

At the Aesthetic Wellness Center, our costs for rhinoplasty surgery involve three separate components:

  • The surgeon’s fee.
  • The anesthesia fee.
  • The cost for the facility.

Here at the Aesthetic Wellness Center we like to provide you with all of the costs associated with the rhinoplasty at the time of your consultation.

Rhinoplasty (First)

 ~$8,500 – $10,500

(does not include anesthesia & facility fees)

Rhinoplasty (Revision)

~$11,000 – $15,000

(does not include anesthesia & facility fees)

Costs (approximate)

Financing the Cost of Your Nose Job

The Aesthetic Wellness Center also offers financing to pay for nose job costs. Find out more about our financing options and schedule your own consultation with Dr. Ahn.