Las Vegas Plastic Surgery: Jeffrey J. Roth M.D. F.A.C.S.

Eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, rejuvenates the eyes by removing excess skin and fat from the upper or lower eyelids. Although its benefits are undeniable, we encourage you to understand the factors that affect pricing as you consider your options. How much does eyelid surgery cost? Keep reading to learn more.

Our Commitment to Transparency

Here at Las Vegas Plastic Surgery, our goal is to make sure you make the most informed and empowered decisions regarding your care. We are known for providing honest treatment recommendations, including a personalized quote for your procedure at your consultation.

Our pricing for lower or upper eyelid surgery starts at $6,700, while a quad blepharoplasty (all 4 eyelids) costs $11,000. We offer competitive pricing that considers our board-certified plastic surgeon’s decades of experience and refined surgical techniques.

Keep in mind that your ultimate total will reflect the specifics of your procedure.

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What Factors Influence Eyelid Surgery Pricing?

When researching blepharoplasty costs, you may be surprised that the following issues will affect your price:

  • Type of Eyelid Surgery: Whether you are choosing to treat your upper lids, lower lids, or both, the complexity of the procedure will influence the cost.
  • Type of Anesthesia:  Part of your cost will cover anesthesia fees, which vary depending on whether you need local or general anesthesia or intravenous sedation. Board-certified anesthesiologists will also command a higher fee than a nurse anesthetist.
  • Clinic/Hospital Location: Geographic location and the type of surgical facility significantly affect your cost. Hospitals are notably more expensive than private or ambulatory surgical centers.
  • Additional Procedures: Patients commonly pair their eyelid surgeries with brow lifts or facelifts to enjoy greater facial rejuvenation. While this allows patients to pay for only one set of anesthesia and facility fees, it does add extra expense to perform multiple surgeries in one operation. Learn more about brow lift vs. eyelid surgery in our related blog post.
  • The Surgeon’s Expertise: The skill and experience of your plastic surgeon also play a role in your surgical costs.

Does More Expensive Mean Better?

Not necessarily! You can still get excellent eyelid surgery results at an affordable rate. While shopping on price alone can end up costing you more in the long run if you are unhappy with your results, there are ways to make the surgery fit into your budget.

Tips for Managing Eyelid Surgery Costs

At Las Vegas Plastic Surgery, we aim to make high-quality cosmetic surgery accessible to as many patients as possible. Here are a few things to consider when planning for the cost of your surgery:

  • Do Your Due Diligence: Take the time to research different providers and compare prices, but remember that quality (and your safety) should never be compromised for cost.
  • Consider Using Financing: Ask about financing options to see if you are a good candidate for a repayment plan.
  • Understand Your Insurance Coverage: If drooping upper eyelids affect your range of vision, your insurance may cover some or all of the expenses for your functional blepharoplasty. However, certain criteria need to be met first.
  • Look For Hidden Costs: Make sure that you understand what is included in your eyelid surgery quote (and what is not) to avoid any surprises.
  • Think of the Future: The initial cost of eyelid surgery may seem daunting but think about the long-term benefits of getting the refreshed appearance you want.

Eyelid Rejuvenation Is a Consultation Away

If you are ready to explore your eyelid surgery options with a double board-certified plastic surgeon, please request a consultation online or call us at (702) 450-0777 to start your aesthetic journey today.

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