What is the average cost of an armlift, abdominoplasty, and lower body lift?

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What is the average cost of an armlift, abdominoplasty, and lower body lift?

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The price will vary from surgeon to surgeon and from state to state.  Although cost is important, patient safety is more important.  Choosing a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon is most important, how much experience he/she has had, is their facility accredited?

Consult a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and discuss the surgery, your needs, the cost, the risks, and the revision policy. Then make your decision!

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Whew.  That is a lot of surgery to perform at one time.  We will do the arms and abdominal lifts in two separate settings to reduce complications.  The arms in Southwest Ohio cost about $4,500 to $8,000.  The abdominoplasty fee ranges from $9,500 to $15,000.  The lower body lifts will run from $12,500 to $20,500.  Such fees do include anesthesia, surgeon, plus facility.

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Whew. That is a lot of surgery to perform at one time.  We will do the arms and abdominal lifts in two separate settings to reduce complications.  The arms in Southwest Ohio cost about $4,500.00 to $8,000.00.  The abdomenoplasty fee ranges from $9,500.00 to $15,000.00.  The lower body lifts will run from $12,500.00 to $20,500.00.  Such fees do include anesthesia, surgeon, plus facility.

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Whew. That is a lot of surgery to perform at one time.  We will do the arms and abdominal lifts in two separate settings to reduce complications.  The arms in Southwest Ohio cost about $4,500.00 to $8,000.00.  The abdominoplasty fee ranges from $9,500.00 to $15,000.00.  The lower body lifts will run from $12,500.00 to $20,500.00.  Such fees do include anesthesia, surgeon, plus facility.

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Annually, ASAPS publishes a report on the number of each procedure performed in the U.S. as well as the average cost.  Realize that costs will vary throughout the country as well as within a particular community.  Try not to shop for the best price.  Rather, shop for the best plastic surgeon for you.

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