If you are unsatisfied with the appearance of your nose, you may be considering a nose job. You may also be considering one if you are experiencing functional issues making it difficult to breathe through your nose. The cost of getting a nose job done will depend of a few different factors.
The geographic location of where the procedure will be taking place can definitely have an impact on the cost. Major cities and coastal areas tend to be more expensive than minor cities and rural areas. For example, the nose job cost in Los Angeles is probably going to be more expensive than it is in the Midwest. The level of experience of your provider will also impact the total price. A surgeon with a great reputation and ample experience will cost more than a surgeon who is just starting out. The complexity of your surgery can also play a role in determining the cost. You will also want to contact your insurance company to see if they cover any of the operation. Generally speaking, insurance companies will only cover functional rhinoplasties, which involve modifying the structure of the nose to improve breathing. While insurance companies usually do not cover cosmetic rhinoplasties, most surgeons offer flexible financing options to help you cover the cost.