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Do not have any cosmetic surgery procedure until you have completed a cost benefit analysis. The reason you want to do this is because it will help you decide if the large expense you will incur from cosmetic surgery is worth it. The reason you need to be so careful about the expense is because most cosmetic surgery is not covered by insurance. The exceptions to this may be if you are having reconstructive surgery done after an accident or if you have had a birth defect. Also people who are in constant pain that may be relieved through plastic surgery may be able to have the expense covered by their insurance.

In addition to getting a good procedure done at an excellent price you want to have good doctor. Make sure you get a board certified plastic surgeon. With a board certified plastic surgeon you will know that they have had training and experience. It would be best if you can get a referral from your doctor or from someone who has had cosmetic surgery done. You may also want to find a doctor who specializes in the specific operation you are interested in. For example, if you want a face lift, find a doctor who specializes in facelifts instead of a doctor who does many different procedures. This may make you more comfortable because you will know they have plenty of practice in facelifts or whatever procedure you are having done.

The following list is an average cost of cosmetic surgery. Of course, as we all know, these costs will vary depending on where you live and what doctor your use.

Liposuction: Eighteen hundred to ten thousand
Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck): Thirty eight hundred to nine thousand
Rhinoplasty (Nose): Three thousand to twelve thousand
Forehead Lifts: Three thousand
Facelift, Neck Lift: Three thousand to twelve thousand
Torn Earlobe Repair: Four hundred fifty to six hundred fifty
Blepharoplasty (Eyelids): Fifteen hundred to seven thousand
Eyelid Ptosis: Three thousand two hundred fifty
Lip Enhancement: Three hundred to five thousand
Rhinoplasty (Nose): Three thousand to twelve thousand
Otoplasty (Ears) Twenty eight hundred to forty five hundred
Breast Lift: Twenty eight hundred to nine thousand
Breast Augmentation: Five thousand to seven thousand
Breast Reduction: Forty two hundred to ten thousand
Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck): Thirty eight hundred to nine thousand
Naval Surgery: Eighteen hundred
Thigh Lift: Thirty five hundred
Arm Lift: Twenty seven hundred fifty

Go to Rose's site, tummytuckresource.com for more information on tummy tucks and plastic surgery.

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