How Much Does a Double Chin Lipo Cost?
Have you ever taken a close look at your jawline? A well-defined jawline is a hallmark of beauty in women and strong, attractive facial features in men.
Unfortunately, not everyone was endowed with a chiseled jawline at birth. In fact, many people struggle with excess fullness beneath their chins and have undefined jaws and necklines. The good news is that chin liposuction can help many of those who have this problem. One question that undoubtedly comes up, however, is cost.
“How much does a chin lipo cost?” patients want to know.
And that’s what we’ll be diving into today!
Before we begin, however, it’s important to know if you’re a good candidate for chin liposuction in the first place. Check here to quickly see if you qualify. And learn about chin liposuction below.
What Is Chin Liposuction?
How Much Does a Chin Lipo Cost?
The cost of your chin liposuction visit can vary significantly, depending on several factors. We will go over these in more detail below.
Liposuction anywhere on the body typically costs around $3,500. But that’s for general liposuction. How much does double chin lipo cost?
In general, you can expect to pay around the same amount. At minimum, most chin lipo procedures will cost around $3,000 each. On the other hand, they may cost up to $5,000 or more if you plan on having more work done.
Will Insurance Pay the Chin Lipo Cost?
No, it’s not likely. Liposuction is an elective cosmetic procedure. As is the case with nearly all cosmetic procedures, the main goal of liposuction is to enhance the patient’s appearance, and it is not usually medically necessary. Health insurance only tends to cover medically necessary costs.
Now, let’s go over the main expenses that will be factored into your total bill for chin liposuction:
1. Location Costs
No matter whether you have your surgery at a hospital or a designated surgical facility, the location will inevitably charge fees for the use of their building and services.
These fees will also include things like equipment and materials use costs. You’ll need to factor in payment for the use of their staff. And there may be other location associated fees as well.
It’s also worth noting that in geographic areas where the cost of living is higher (such as in and around major cities), the cost of surgery will be higher too.
2. Surgeon Expertise and Experience
The training and experience of your surgeon will play a significant role in how expensive your surgery is.
Not all cosmetic surgeons are skilled enough to perform chin liposuction. In fact, skilled and qualified surgeons who can adeptly perform this surgery are rare. The more experience and training your surgeon has (and the more rare their skills are), the higher your surgeon’s fees will be.
With that said, be grateful if you are able to find a talented and experienced surgeon as you will almost certainly have a better experience and more successful outcome.
3. Anesthesiologist Fees
You’ll notice that anesthesiologist fees are usually separate from the rest of your surgical charges. That’s because your anesthesiologist will charge their own fees for the use of their equipment, materials, and services. For example, you’ll actually need to pay for the anesthesia itself and the use of monitoring equipment, etc.
4. Post-Operative Costs
After surgery, you’ll need to continue meeting with your surgeon for follow-up appointments, which will come with their own charges. Often, surgeons will lump all of these charges together, however, to create one lump sum for your bill.
There are usually a set number of designated follow-up appointments that most patients can expect to attend, so pending any unexpected outcomes, your surgeon should be able to give you a relatively accurate cost estimate here. You may also need to factor in payment for postoperative garments and dressings, as well as any medications you require after surgery.
5. Other Factors
Chin liposuction is often paired with other procedures such as neck lift surgery, lip plumping, or more liposuction elsewhere on the body. When this is the case, the bottom line price of your chin lipo will naturally be higher.
How Much Will Chin Lipo Cost Near Me?
The chin lipo cost New Jersey residents generally pay is around $3,000 to $5,000, or close to the national average. Just remember that this cost will be different depending on the varied costs outlined above.
How can you get an accurate estimate for your chin lipo surgery? Schedule a consultation appointment with Dr. Smita Ramandham. Only after discussing your goals for surgery and candidacy for the procedure directly with a qualified surgeon will you get a more detailed cost estimate for your surgery.
Learn More About Chin Liposuction
A double chin can be a bothersome and embarrassing problem for many individuals. Whether you have excess fat buildup beneath your chin because of hormonal changes, aging, or genetics, if it bothers you, you can address it with chin liposuction.
Dr. Smita Ramanadham is a double board-certified plastic surgeon with experience performing double chin surgery in New Jersey.
To learn more about what Dr. Smita recommends for your unique situation and to discuss your options for the procedure directly with our qualified medical professionals, call our office today and book your consultation appointment.