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Facelift and Minilift Cost in Tampa and Palm Harbor
The topic of this blog post is going to be about the cost of a facelift procedure and the cost of a minilift.
This is a question we get asked often in our practice because it's one of the more common procedures that we do and would like to give patients more insight into what the cost is, what goes into the cost and what they can expect. We believe that transparency is important and patients need to understand the cost of the procedures they are interested in.
Facelift surgery is not covered by insurance therefore it is an out of pocket expense. At Rejuvenate the Face in Tampa we offer numerous financing options for our patients which you can learn more about here.
When you visit our practice we give you a total price that includes the price for anesthesia, the price for the operating room/assistants and the surgeon’s practice fee.
What is the average price of a mini facelift in Tampa and Palm Harbor?
At our practice a mini facelift is ideal for patients in their 40s and early 50s who have early signs of aging like jowls around the jawline, deepening nasolabial folds. These patients do not have much sagging in their neck. The recovery for a mini facelift is quicker than the regular facelift and patients experience less bruising. The average price for the RJF minilift is between $6400-$7200. This price is all inclusive including the surgeon fees and the price of the supplies.
What is the difference between the RJF mini facelift and a facelift?
The facelift at our practice involves lifting both the cheek and the neck. So if you have extensive sagging in the neck as well as the cheek and have banding in your neck then you will need a cheek neck lift or facelift. That procedure takes longer and involves more surgery hence the price increases to $9500-$10,400. These prices are intended to be an estimate for patients so they can understand the range of prices to expect and plan their finances accordingly. These are estimates for the total price which includes operating room fees and anesthesia fees.
Why is there a range of prices?
The reason for the range is certain cases are harder than others and it is difficult to list all the variables here, but for example, revision surgery usually has more scar tissue hence surgery can take longer. That is why after your consultation with the physician, where he will go over your expectations, the procedure and your medical history you will get an exact quote.
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