Find out the average cost of rhinoplasty in NYC. Wondering how much a nose job surgery will cost you? Dr. Philip Miller, Board Certified surgeon has put together this price table for the popular rhinoplasty procedure by type in the NYC area.
- What is the average rhinoplasty cost?
- How much is a nose job?
The cost of each nose job surgery is determined by:
- The expertise of the surgeon
- Amount of time and effort required of the surgeon
- Your geographic location in the New York City area
Dr. Philip Miller has put together this cost sheet as a guide for the average prices for various rhinoplasty procedures in the New York City area.
Please call us at (646) 791-3112 if you have any questions or need more accurate pricing. You may also use our contact form to receive additional information about rhinoplasty. Our office is conveniently located near 60 E 56th St #3a, New York, NY 10022.
|Revision Rhinoplasty||$15,000 – $22,000|
|Wide Nostril Rhinoplasty||$15,000|
|Big Nostril Rhinoplasty||$15,000|
|Broken Nose Surgery||$12,000|
Before and After Photos
Types of Rhinoplasty Procedures
Rhinoplasty, commonly referred to as a “nose job”, is one of the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures performed in the United States each year. Whether it is to reshape what nature provided, repair damage from an accident or injury, or alleviate structural issues that impede breathing, thousands of patients turn to rhinoplasty for relief every year.
Revision rhinoplasty occurs when a patient must undergo a subsequent nose job to repair undesirable results following a previous nose job procedure. For patients suffering the unexpected results of a failed nose job, seeking out revision rhinoplasty can provide many benefits.
Ethnic rhinoplasty refers to a nose job procedures performed on patients of ethnicity, including of African American, Asian, Hispanic and Middle Eastern descent. With this type of procedure, the goal is to improve the form and the function of the nose while still retaining the patient’s sense of ethnicity.
Teen rhinoplasty is the most-often requested procedure amongst teenagers. This is not surprising given today’s societal pressure to fit in combined the popularity of social media websites and the “selfie” culture that comes with it. Not every teenage patient is an ideal candidate. Careful patient selection can ensure the teenage rhinoplasty is beneficial and highly successful.
Wide Nostril / Big Nostril Rhinoplasty
Patients with a wide nostril, bulbous nasal tip often complain about their nose looking too big at the end. Wide nostrils width can sometimes create or contribute to the appearance of an oversized nose that doesn’t fit the face especially for patients with an ethnic descent.
One of the most common complaints made by nose job candidates is that they want a smaller nose. Whether they are unhappy with the width, profile or nostril size, many people struggle with a nose that is disproportionately large for their face. Nose reduction, also called reduction rhinoplasty, is one of the most common surgeries performed today.
Septoplasty procedure allows a facial plastic surgeon to realign the wall between the two nostrils – the septum – to achieve balance and symmetry within the two nasal cavities. Septoplasty is a surgery to straighten a deviated septum. A septoplasty procedure can correct the patient’s breathing problem.
Turbinate reduction surgery can improve patients breathing. If you suffer from debilitating nasal symptoms like excessive mucus production, runny nose or nasal congestion that have not responded to other treatments, turbinate reduction may be an appropriate option. Turbinate reduction permits the surgeon to reduce or remove the nasal turbinates – the bony, mucosa-lined outgrowths on the sides of each nostril.
Broken Nose Surgery
Nasal fractures, or broken noses, result from facial injuries in contact sports or falls. When a physical fight or car accident results in a broken nose, there is more than just appearance to consider. While many patients may often have to contend with a significant alteration to his or her appearance, they may also experience difficulty breathing. Depending on the severity of the break, broken nose surgery is needed to restore full functionality and appearance to the nose.
Determining the Cost of Rhinoplasty in NYC
There are several considerations that will determine the final cost of rhinoplasty in the NYC area. These include:
A doctor with an outstanding reputation, top-notch training and years of experience will charge more than a less experienced or respected surgeon.
If a doctor does not have his or her own operating facilities, the rhinoplasty procedure will take place at a hospital or a surgical center. These locations charge separate fees, based on the location, reputation of the surgical facility and equipment.
Most of rhinoplasty procedures costs vary by location. Typically, a nose job will cost more in a metropolitan area, such as New York, Miami or Los Angeles, than in a rural location.
Rhinoplasty may be performed under general anesthesia or IV sedation will affect the cost of the surgery. Anesthesiologists also charge different fees, based on their experience and reputation.
Care during recovery
After the rhinoplasty surgery, patients may need certain medications or follow-up care for their recovery. This may also impact the final cost of rhinoplasty.
About Dr. Philip Miller
Dr. Philip J. Miller is widely acclaimed as one of New York City’s premier cosmetic and facial plastic surgeons. With more than 20 years experience, he enjoys a well-deserved reputation as a leading expert in rhinoplasty and revision rhinoplasty. Dr. Miller is double board certified in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery and Otolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery. He is consistently voted one of the Best Doctors in America, as well as a Top Doctor of New York. Dr. Miller has served as a guest examiner for the American Board of Otolaryngology and is a member of the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He is a regular lecturer at a multitude of specialized forums on plastic surgery, and has been a visiting professor in both the United States and England. He is also is an accomplished author and editor, having contributed his expertise to numerous publications and professional journals, including Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics and Clinics of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Miller presently serves as an Assistant Professor at the New York University School of Medicine, Department of Otolaryngology, where he teaches Facial Plastic Surgery to medical students and otolaryngology residents.
To learn more about the average cost of rhinoplasty in NYC, please contact Dr. Philip Miller today at (646) 791-3112 or fill out the contact form to receive additional information.