How do you pay for rhinoplasty?

How do you pay for rhinoplasty?

A nose job, also known as nose reshaping, rhinoplasty, or a nose job, is a cosmetic procedure that improves the appearance of a person’s nose. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons reports that nose reshaping surgery was the third most popular cosmetic surgical procedure in 2018, with over 213,000 procedures performed1. Because rhinoplasty is a surgical treatment, it is usually done in a surgical center or hospital under anesthesia. Patients should expect a recovery that may require pain medication and assistance with everyday activities, particularly in the days following surgery. Swelling and bruising are typical, and the effects grow more noticeable with time. The cost of a nose job, also known as rhinoplasty, is discussed below, as well as whether or not insurance benefits cover the treatment and how nose job financing can help.

Fees and Funding

Because nose surgery is a complex treatment that can influence your appearance as well as your breathing, it’s critical to pick your physician carefully. However, we recognize that the cost of nose surgery (rhinoplasty) in Toronto is a major consideration when considering whether or not to have the treatment done. This page gives you a quick rundown of our fees and payment alternatives. Request a rhinoplasty appointment with Dr. Richard Rival at one of his three offices to learn more about the cost of rhinoplasty in Toronto.


The cost of rhinoplasty varies based on the amount of the operation and the cost of the facility. We advise our patients to obtain multiple quotations from facial cosmetic surgery surgeons in Toronto and then pick for themselves who would be able to provide them with the greatest value. When you schedule a date with us, we require a non-refundable deposit of $1000. The remaining balance is due 10 business days before surgery.


In general, provincial insurance covers nose surgery to improve breathing (septoplasty, turbinate reduction) for Ontario citizens. This percentage is billed directly to the government. If applicable, a charge for the cosmetic aspect of the nose surgery (rhinoplasty) will be quoted. Nasal deformity caused by recent trauma or a congenital defect may be covered by your provincial insurance in some cases. Your provincial insurance company will normally require pre-approval for this.


We accept Visa, Master Card, certified check, money order, and debit as well as other forms of payment. Medicard and Credit Medical both offer third-party financing.


Our consultation will set you back $100.00 Plus hst. The charge for digital imaging is an extra $200.00 + hst if you choose to have it done during your consultation. If you book a procedure, the amount for digital imaging is deducted from the total cost.

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    The Seattle Rhinoplasty Center

    William A. Portuese, M.D.
    The Seattle Rhinoplasty Center®

    Seattle, Washington 98104

    (206) 624-6200

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