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What amount does liposuction cost?

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Dr. Suzanne Galli
ENT and Head and Neck Surgery 25 years experience
Liposuction: Costs for liposuction depend on your location, the areas to be lipo suctioned, the surgeon's expertise and whether anesthesia is involved.
Dr. Henry Mentz
Cosmetic Surgery 38 years experience
Cost of Liposuction: Cost can vary for each individual based on what areas you want liposuctioned. The cost can also differ based on your location and surgeon's expertise.
Dr. Ergun Kocak
Plastic Surgery 22 years experience
Hi. At our Columbus clinic, liposuction costs an average of $5,000 - $7,000. The final cost depends on a number of different medical expenses including, but not limited to, physician fees, surgical technique, the treatment area(s), anesthesia fees, and operating room costs. After consulting with your plastic surgeon, you should be provided with a more detailed estimate of your procedure.

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