Cosmetic surgery is becoming an increasingly popular way to enhance one’s appearance, repair physical damage from an accident, or to fix a deformity. Some of the most expensive cosmetic procedures in the United States (costs may vary based on location, doctor, and specific procedure) include:
Full body lift
Average cost: $20,000
Those looking for a complete body makeover may opt for one of the priciest cosmetic surgeries, which is a full body lift. This type of procedure is often beneficial for patients who have already lost a tremendous amount of weight, and would like to tighten any loose or sagging skin.
Average cost: $7,000 to $12,000
Tummy tucks are one of the most sought after cosmetic surgeries, and also one of the most expensive. With a tummy tuck, patients can shed unwanted poundage around their waist list and achieve a flatter stomach.
Average cost: $6,000 to $12,000
Also referred to as a nose job, rhinoplasty can not only help to reshape a patient’s nose for cosmetic purposes, but it can also help to correct any uncomfortable nasal issues.
Average cost: $6,000
Patients looking to turn back the hands of time and achieve a more youthful appearance will often opt for a full facelift, which on average can cost $6,000. Those looking for a less expensive alternative and a less drastic option may instead decide on a partial facelift.
Average cost: $3,000 to $4,000
Various breast surgeries, including implants, reduction, breast lifts and implant removal, can typically range from $3,000 to $4,000.
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