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How Can I Know What My Facelift in Toronto Will Cost?

A facelift, or rhytidectomy, is a facial plastic surgery procedure that combats skin laxity and facial wrinkles.

When considering a Toronto face lift, most patients are understandably anxious to know how much the procedure will cost. How can you know what your facelift in Toronto will cost? The price of your face-lift will vary depending on the region, the extent of the procedure, the technique utilized, and the experience and skill of your plastic surgeon.

The Region

The Extent of The Procedure

The cost of facelift surgery varies depending on your geographic region, as the costs associated with the procedure such as anaesthesiologists’ fees and operating room fees tend to be higher in larger metropolitan cities. On average, leading Toronto facelift surgeons charge between $18,000 and $24,000 for a full facelift, while a mini facelift costs an average of $8000 to $14,000. (Note that prices are subject to change over time.) Although the cost can be off-putting for some, it is imperative that the price of the procedure is not the determining factor when selecting a plastic surgeon for your facelift surgery. Some patients consider travelling outside of the city to save money on their procedure, but only a highly trained and experienced surgeon specializing in facial plastic surgery should be entrusted to perform this complex procedure.

The cost of your facelift in Toronto will also vary depending on the extent of the procedure and your targeted focus area. For example, a mini facelift costs significantly less than a traditional, full face lift because the area of focus is much smaller and the procedure itself is therefore less time-consuming.

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The Technique Used

The Skill of Your Plastic Surgeon

A full face-lift, on the other hand, typically targets the entire head and neck and is often combined with a brow lift, eyelid surgery, or a neck lift to ensure that the outcome is consistent. As a result, the surgery is more time-intensive, which means that the cost is higher. Another consideration when determining the cost of your face lift procedure is the technique being employed. During your consultation, your plastic surgeon will examine your needs to determine which technique will match your goals.

The skill of your selected plastic surgeon will also play an important role in the pricing of your Toronto facelift. A qualified plastic surgeon certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada who specializes in head and neck surgery procedures such as face-lift surgery will charge more than a general plastic surgeon who performs a number of face and body procedures. However, for optimal results, it is imperative to select a highly qualified and reputable facial plastic surgeon who has extensive experience performing facelift surgery.

The best way to determine the cost of your Toronto facelift is to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Torgerson. During your private consultation, Dr. Torgerson will listen to your goals for the procedure, evaluate your facial anatomy, and provide you with a quote so you know exactly how much the procedure will cost. This fee includes all costs associated with the surgery such as the surgeon’s fee, anaesthesia fees, facility costs, and all pre- and post-operative appointments.

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