We know that the cost of cosmetic surgery is an important factor for the majority of patients. But if you can’t pay for chin implants out-of-pocket, the good news is that many people can get financing. We’ll discuss the costs of chin implants, and reveal other costs that you may have to pay, as well as ways to get surgery financing.
How Much Will Chin Implants Cost?
Even though the staff of many plastic surgeons hesitate to reveal the prices of surgeries over the phone, you should either insist on a figure or call another office. Since some surgeons charge for the initial consultation, don’t feel pressured to come into the office, only to find that the price is too steep for your budget. Many offices are more than happy to tell you the base price of chin implant surgery.
That being said, if the office manager gives you a price over the phone, you still might want to come into the office. Even though you may only be looking to get chin implants, there are a lot of available procedures, and a lot of different combinations that can dramatically change your overall appearance for the better. When you see a qulaified surgeon, you’ll get a recomendation for the surgical procedure that is most likely going to get you the results you are looking for. A chin implant isnt always the solution for this, and there are many alternatives that can give better results. The cost of these procedures may differ from the quote given to you over the phone, but may be your best option.
While you can use request forms and phone calls to get prices for chin implants, these prices are not binding and are subject to change at any time. It is not until you come into the office and speak to the surgeon to discuss your goals and expectations, the appropriateness of chin implants, and your health history that you will get final costs. You can use the prices that you get from the surgeon to apply for financing or loans, or to use for budget planning.
Some of the costs that you may incur for chin implant surgery include the following fees:
- Lab work
- Operating room fees
- Surgeon fees
- Anesthesia fees
- Initial consultation
- Surgical garments (if applicable)
When comparing costs, make sure that you know the exact fees for everything featured in the fees list. Some offices will only quote you the surgeon’s fees, so be sure you are not comparing apples to oranges.
How to Finance Your Chin Implants
There are a few financing companies that mainly work with people seeking cosmetic surgery. These companies have a few options for those who have fair or excellent credit. You can contact then before your initial consultation to get pre-approved, or you can wait until after your first visit with the surgeon. These companies have many plans and terms, some that include 0% financing or extended financing up to 5 years.
If your credit is less than perfect, our office staff can present you with some options. Call or email our office if you have any questions about costs, financing or any other aspect of chin implant surgery.