How Much Does Nose Surgery Cost?

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Rhinoplasty or nose surgery is mostly performed for cosmetic reasons or for correction of breathing problems. It is also done in order to reduce the size of the nose, alter an asymmetrical nose, fix a broken nose, correct a bulbous nose and many others. Just like in other forms of surgeries, cost is a crucial factor that you should always consider in nose surgery. The following are the nose surgery costs that you should know prior going for this procedure.

Fees of the surgeon

The reputation, level of expertise as well as experience of the surgeon are aspects that mostly determine the cost. An experienced surgeon will automatically charge higher than the one with less experience. This fee may range between $3 000 and $15 000 depending on your surgeon. When I first did my due diligence, I talked with a surgeon at rhinoplasty scottsdale az and he basically gave me a solid foundation of what to look for. I suggest you do the same.

Fees of the anesthesiologist

General anesthesia is usually more expensive than a local anesthesia. Anesthesia is required in order to reduce the amount of pain one feels during the operation. This cost is normally around $600 and $1 200.

Operating room fee

The cost of the facility from which the operation will be performed is decided by various elements such as sterilization, operating staff, medication as well as the available equipment. The cost may be more if the procedure is to be operated in a hospital than when it is to be operated on an outpatient basis. You may be charged around $800 to $3 000 depending on the number of days you will stay in the hospital, location and many other considerations.

Type of nose surgery to be performed

The cost is also influenced by the kind of nose surgery which is to be performed as well as the complexity of the operation. This is determined by if the operation will be closed or open one. Extensive work is involved in an open rhinoplasty and thus it is more expensive than a closed one. The future cost that you may incur is if you need a revision. Some people opt for revision surgery if they are not satisfied with the first results.

You should always check the above costs as they will help you know if you are being overcharged or undercharged and most important, don’t forget to know what your health insurance will and will not cover to prevent any hidden surprises.

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What Would You Do With $100,000?


My friends always ask where did get all the money to pay for all my plastic surgery operations. They also ask me questions like “Did you win the lottery? Did your parents pay for it? Here is another funny one. Are you a stripper or something? Really…I didn’t know strippers make that much any how. I guess people want to hear those kind of answers but honestly, I just did what any person would do and that is open up a bunch of credit cards account. I figured if everyone is so willing to approve all these 18 year old kids for $100,000 student loans even though they have no clue what they want to do in their lives, or even worse they do know but they dont really have any interest or passion behind it. It was just some path that was already forged by their parents or society. So why can’t I do the same to improve the my exterior, it can also help me pursue my passion of becoming an actor. I am not saying that looks are a requirement because there are lots of ugly actresses now a days but I think the journey can be a lot difficult if you are not really appealing to the visual eye. A lof of actors may get away with it but with the standards society placed on females, it is a whole different playing field. Some may ask, why didn’t I spend all that money on college.

Here are my list or reasons why:

  1. A college degree is not a requirement for becoming an actor.  Some may argue and say it may help or it gives you an opportunity to network. On the surface its true, but that only if your assuming college is the only way to achieve those results. Joining acting groups or meetups can also help and network at the same time, for only a fraction of the cost.
  2. Return On Investment. Dishing out that kind of money for information that is mostly theoretical and not practical is not really a good investment for me in the first place. What good is knowledge if you will never use it. Whats the point of spending years learning things incase you may need it. Wouldn’t it make more sense to learn something that you need to know now or will need to know later. Its like trying to learning 10 languages. it may sound appealing and make you look smart but if you don’t ever plan in traveling outside the United States, then what is the point of learning all those languages. I would say just learn only three languages.
  3. 4 Years Behind. Spending four years in college will not only be a waste of money in my opinion, but it will set me back four years. I would be too busy writing papers and doing research, that it will only slow me down in reaching my goal of becoming an actress.
  4. Goal and Passion. It is not aligned with my goal or passion in life.

For the guys reading this, most of them would spend that kind of cash on a car or on their car. So there you have it, the reasoning behind my reasons for all of those who were so quick to judge me on the decision I made. If you are really serious about achieving your goals or pursue your passions in life, then by all means keep pushing forward until it becomes a reality. In the mean time, watch this insightful video of what can happen when movie stars let the money get to their head, I will definitely make sure this doesn’t happen to me as well.




Welcome To A Plastic World

Welcome to a  My Things 7, a world filled with plastic…literally. I am obsessed with plastic surgery to the point where I have spent at least over $100,000 total. My exterior, my shell has been transformed and you probably wouldn’t recognized if you would of saw me years earlier. This plastic theme is kind of a recurring theme in my life because most of the medical costs were financed through plastic aka credit cards. I own so many credit cards right now. I am proud of the new me, I am returning the favor by sharing the pleasures and pains of being an plastic surgery fanatic. I probably could of spent less money if someone would of told me all the things I know me. Luckily for those who are reading this, you will not have to experience the bad financial situations I had to go through. Thanks for visiting MyThings 7, this is Saven, checking out :)