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Learn about the cost of Rhinoplasty in New Jersey. Wondering how much a Nose Job will cost?  Cost is dependent upon the extent of work being done and can range from $9,000 up to $20,000. Dr. Oleh Slupchynskyj, Double Board Certified Rhinoplasty Surgeon, has complied the most common Rhinoplasty procedures in New Jersey.

The cost of each Rhinoplasty Surgery is based on:

  • The expertise of the Rhinoplasty Surgeon.
  • Amount of time and energy demanded of the Rhinoplasty Surgeon.

Rhinoplasty Surgery Categories


Rhinoplasty, also known as a “Nose Job”, is one of the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures performed in the United States annually. Whether it is to reshape what patients were born with, fix damage from an accident or injury, or assuage structural issues that hinder breathing, thousands of patients seek relief through Rhinoplasty every year.

Revision Rhinoplasty

Revision Rhinoplasty is necessary when a patient requires an additional Nose Job to correct an undesirable outcome after an earlier Nose Job. For patients suffering disappointing results of an unsatisfactory Nose Job, undergoing Revision Rhinoplasty can offer numerous benefits.

Ethnic Rhinoplasty

Ethnic Rhinoplasty is a Nose Job performed on patients of ethnicity, including of African-American, Asian, Hispanic and Middle Eastern origin. The goal of this type of procedure is to enhance the form and the function of the nose while still retaining the patient’s heritage.

Teen Rhinoplasty

Teen Rhinoplasty is the most popular requested procedure among teenagers. This is not surprising given today’s social pressure to conform, not to mention the popularity of social media websites and the “selfie” culture that comes associated with it. Not every teenage patient is an ideal candidate. Careful patient selection can confirm that Teenage Rhinoplasty will result in a positive outcome.

Wide Nostril / Big Nostril Rhinoplasty

Patients with wide nostrils and a bulbous nasal tip typically comment on their nose appearing too large at the end. Wide nostrils width can give the appearance of an oversized nose that doesn’t fit the face particularly for patients of ethnic descent.

Nose Reduction

One of the major complaints made by Nose Job patients is that they desire a smaller nose. If they are displeased with the width, profile or nostril size, many people struggle with a nose that is excessively large for their face. Nose Reduction, also known as Reduction Rhinoplasty, is one of the most prevalent surgeries performed today.


A Septoplasty allows a Rhinoplasty Surgeon to revamp the wall between the two nostrils—the Septum—to accomplish stability and harmony within the two nasal cavities. Septoplasty is a surgery to straighten a Deviated Septum. A Septoplasty procedure can correct the patient’s breathing problem.

Turbine Reduction

Turbinate Reduction Surgery can enhance patients’ breathing. If you experience debilitating nasal symptoms such as excessive mucus production, runny nose or nasal congestion that have not responded to other treatments, Turbinate Reduction may be a suitable option. Turbinate Reduction enables the Rhinoplasty Surgeon to reduce or remove Nasal Turbinates—the bony, mucosa-lined outgrowths on the sides of each nostril.

Broken Nose Surgery

Nasal fractures, or broken noses, caused by facial injuries in contact sports or falls. When a physical fight or car accident causes a broken nose, there is more than just aesthetics to consider. While many patients may often have to deal with a significant alteration to his or her appearance, he or she may also have difficulty breathing. Based on the severity of the break, Broken Nose surgery is necessary to recover full functionality and appearance to the nose.

Determining the Cost of Rhinoplasty in New Jersey

There are various factors that will determine the final cost of Rhinoplasty in the New Jersey area. These are:

The Rhinoplasty Surgeon’s Experience

A Rhinoplasty Surgeon with a stellar reputation, first-class training and years of experience will charge more than a less experienced or regarded surgeon.

Surgical Facilities

If a Rhinoplasty Surgeon does not have his or her own operating facilities, the Rhinoplasty will take place at a hospital or a surgical center. These locations charge separate fees, based on the location, status of the surgical facility and equipment.

Geographical Location

Rhinoplasty costs vary by location. Generally, a Nose Job will cost more in a metropolitan area, such as New York, Miami or Los Angeles, than in a rural location.


Rhinoplasty can be performed under General Anesthesia or IV Sedation will impact the cost of surgery. Anesthesiologists also charge different fees, based on their experience and reputation.

Rhinoplasty Aftercare

Immediately after Rhinoplasty Surgery, patients may require certain medications or follow-up care during their recovery. This may also affect the final cost of Rhinoplasty.

To learn more about the cost of Rhinoplasty in New Jersey, please contact Dr. Oleh Slupchynskyj today at (973) 966-1000 or complete the contact form for additional information.

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