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Rhinoplasty Costs in Denver

03/01/24 | 2 MIN READ

If you’re considering rhinoplasty, cost is certainly something you’ll want to ask about. Any reputable plastic surgeon will be happy to provide you with a detailed estimate. It should be inclusive, so you won’t see any surprises later. However, there’s more to “cost” than a simple dollar figure.

It Depends on Your Specific Procedure

Rhinoplasty means different things to different patients. You may be considering surgery to change the appearance of your nose – you want it to be smaller, or larger, or change its shape. Or you may have chronic breathing difficulties, thanks to a deviated septum or other structural problems, and you’re considering corrective surgery. Some patients choose rhinoplasty to address both types of issues.

There is no one-size-fits-all surgery, because your face and medical history are unique, and your personal and surgical goals are unique.

If your nose will require only smaller “tweaks" to achieve the aesthetic change you want, Dr. Raval may recommend a liquid nose job. Instead of surgery, he will use injectable fillers to modify the size and/or shape of your nose. However, most nose jobs require surgery. Dr. Raval also performs many revision rhinoplasties to improve/correct undesirable results from a patient’s previous procedure elsewhere.

Each of these types of rhinoplasty requires a different amount of preparation, surgical time, and supplies needed, and all of that affects your cost.

Facility Quality Can Also Affect Cost

As important as it is to choose the best rhinoplasty surgeon, where your surgery takes place is also important. Dr. Raval always uses an accredited surgical center. These facilities sometimes cost more, but accreditation assures the facility meets the highest health and safety standards.

It’s Called an Extimate for a Reason

Dr. Jeffrey Raval performs only surgeries of the head and neck, specializing in rhinoplasty. He has been practicing in the Denver area for more than 15 years and is nationally known and respected for his work. As a prospective patient, you will receive a thorough exam before Dr. Raval makes any recommendations about the best solution to your aesthetic and/or breathing challenges.

Nonetheless, there are times when a surgeon must literally see the situation before making final decisions about the most effective technique to use. That’s a good thing, because it means you will receive the best possible treatment and results. But making a change during surgery might also affect your cost. Ask about details like this during your consultation.

Here are some examples of costs for Dr. Raval’s rhinoplasty procedures:

Non-surgical liquid nose job: $550

Rhinoplasty with graft:

Surgery Center Facility Fee Anesthesia (3.5 hours) Surgical Fee Totals
Harvard Park $2,200 $1,000 $8,250 $11,450
Denver $2,550 $975 $8,250 $11,775
Centrum $3,600 $1,045 $8,250 $12,895

Schedule a Consultation and Ask Lots of Questions

While cost is a consideration for most patients, what is most important is getting the best possible results from your rhinoplasty procedure. That requires the best plastic surgeon – one with top quality training, extensive in your type of procedure, and artistic talent. So research their qualifications, and then schedule an appointment for a personal consultation. Bring a list of questions so you don't forget anything! You should expect candid expert advice because you’re looking for a surgical partner who makes you feel comfortable and confident.

During your consult, Dr. Raval will examine your face, discuss your concerns and goals, explain surgical and/or non-surgical options, and recommend a plan of action for you. You’ll have time to ask questions and get a cost estimate tailored just for you.

It’s a lot to think about, and any surgery is a serious decision. You can learn more by reading our Rhinoplasty Q & A guide for answers to common topics such as who is a good candidate, surgery details, risks, and choosing a surgeon.

You may have additional questions, and if so, we encourage you to call or submit a request for consult below. We want you to make a well-informed decision so you can look forward to your surgery with excitement.

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