How Much Does a Facelift Cost?

Let’s face it: You’re interested in facelift surgery to correct signs of facial sagging.

But you’re not exactly interested in spending a ton of money to do it. 

Whether you’re researching facelift surgery costs in preparation for your own procedure or you’re just curious, take a look at the average cost of facelift surgery, including why costs may be different where you live.

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The Average Cost of a Facelift

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the average cost of a facelift in 2018 was $7,655. This data is a couple of years old, so expect the average cost to rise by a few hundred dollars for 2020 data.

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Why Is My Facelift Cost So Different?

“But wait a minute,” you might be saying to yourself. “The facelift estimates I’ve been getting are different. What gives?”

As it turns out, there are a number of factors that can influence the total cost of your facelift surgery – and they’re not all captured by the figure provided by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. These factors can include:

  • General anesthesia fees
  • Your surgical center’s specific costs
  • Prescription medications
  • Post-op garments
  • Follow-up appointments
  • And more

The best way to find out exactly how much your facelift surgery may cost is to schedule a consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon. Your surgeon can provide you with an outline of what your facelift surgery may involve, including how they can be broken down into expected costs.

“In August 2015 I had a short scar facelift procedure done by the good Dr. Brenman. The procedure done in his office was very easy and relaxing. The end result is fabulous, restoring 10 to 15 years to my looks! He and his staff were extremely informative and caring. Dr. Brenman is truly a gifted surgeon.” *

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Take the Next Step

Want to learn more about what your options are, both surgical and non-surgical, for your facial rejuvenation? Schedule your complimentary consultation at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Scott Brenman in Philadelphia and Plymouth Meeting, PA. Please call (267) 687-2180 to schedule a convenient appointment in the near future. We look forward to meeting with you soon!

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