Are you interested in getting an eyelid lift to correct eye sagging and wrinkles – but not sure how much it’ll end up costing you?
We’ve got the answers you’re looking for. Take a look at the average cost of eyelid lift surgery, including the factors that end up influencing the total cost of your eyelid lift.
The Average Cost of an Eyelid Lift
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the average cost of an eyelid lift is $3,163. This average cost does not factor in additional surgical fees, including the cost of general anesthesia, surgical center costs, and prescription medications.
Factors That Influence the Cost of Your Eyelid Lift
1. Your location.
The area where you live can play a big role in how much you’ll end up spending on an eyelid lift. For example, if you live in a city with a high cost-of-living index (like San Francisco or Boston), you’ll probably pay more for your eyelid lift than if you live in an area with a more modest cost-of-living index (like Athens, GA).
2. Your plastic surgeon.
The expertise and educational background of your plastic surgeon can influence the total cost of your eyelid lift. You definitely want to find a board certified plastic surgeon with the right background, as an eyelid lift requires extensive knowledge about the eyelid skin and facial muscles surrounding the eyes.
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3. The type of eyelid lift surgery you want.
If you end up opting for an eyelid lift that covers both your upper and lower eyelids, you’ll likely pay more for your total surgery than someone who opts for only the upper or lower eyelid lift.
The best way to see how much you’ll actually end up paying for your eyelid lift is to schedule a consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon. By the end of your consultation, you should have an approximate estimate for your eyelid lift costs.
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