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Top High-Priced Cosmetic Surgeries

We all take care of our health to look and feel our best. But we can only look young by relying on natural remedies for only so long.

Celebrities in the show business want to enhance their looks and look younger for longer. That’s why cosmetic surgeries are a norm among celebrities.

Those not in the show business may opt for cosmetic surgery to increase their confidence by looking better. And some may have to get cosmetic surgery following an accident.

The most expensive cosmetic surgeries in the world are:

  1. Liposuction
    Approximate cost per procedure:$1,500 to $7,500 depending on the body area
    Liposuction involves making small incisions into the areas from which excess fat needs to be removed. A steel tube is inserted to suck out the excess fat to improve body shape.
    Fat from specific areas of the body like the abdomen, arms, hips, neck, thighs, etc. is removed using this procedure. Liposuction is a very convenient procedure as it involves very little intrusion, and the patient can recover within a week.
  2. Buttock lift
    Approximate cost per procedure: $2,000 to $10,000 depending on the type of procedure
    A buttock lift aims to improve the appearance of the buttocks. Excess fat and skin is removed from the buttocks and the skin that remains is repositioned so that the buttocks appear more toned.
    Some surgeons also make the buttocks bigger by using implants or fat grafts. A buttock lift may also be done as part of a tummy tuck or a lower body lift procedure.
  3. Tummy tuck
    Approximate cost per procedure:$3,000 to $12,000
    Recent pregnancy or weight changes may leave a person unhappy with their midsection. Such people are suggested to have a tummy tuck, also called abdominoplasty.
    As part of this procedure, the surgeon removes the excess fat and sagging skin to minimize cellulite. It is a perfect alternative for those who can’t have liposuction because the skin can’t conform to a new shape.
    Those looking to lose weight or planning to get pregnant soon must not get a tummy tuck.
  4. Breast reduction
    Approximate cost per procedure: $2,300 to $5,000
    If a person has excessively large breasts, it could translate into long-term health problems related to the back, neck, and shoulders.
    Such a person needs to get a breast reduction. The surgeonsremove excess fat, skin, and tissue to reduce the breasts to a size proportional to the rest of the body.
  5. Nose reshaping/rhinoplasty
    Approximate cost per procedure:$2,500 to $10,000
    The nose is a prominent feature of the face. Those not happy with their noses can alter the size, shape, and symmetry of their noses.
    Depending on the requirement, the plastic surgeon may remove bone or cartilage or add cartilage grafts. This lets the surgeon change the length, width, tip, and nostril.
    Sometimes, rhinoplasty is medically necessary if the nose structure needs to be corrected for a patient suffering from a breathing problem.
  6. Facelift
    Approximate cost per procedure:$6,000 to $15,000
    Everyone ages at a different rate, thanks to the unique genetics in every individual. Some start seeing signs of aging in their twenties, while others experience this late into their forties or fifties.
    These changes take place because the skin undergoes several changes as we grow old. The lower layer of the skin becomes thinner. Collagen and Elastin areresponsible for giving the skin its elasticity and firmness.
    These two structural proteins are produced less and get depleted as we grow older. As a result, our skin starts sagging, and wrinkles start appearing.
    A facelift can increase the firmness of the skin and also get rid of the double chin. A facelift suffices the needs of most people, but some may also need a brow lift for a better overall appearance.

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