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I know I know, it varies on the doctor but can you guys just give me an estimate. I want to know around how much I will be paying like more than 10k/less than 10k. Do doctors give you a discount if you get 2 things done at a time? I am in New York if that matters.
I am sorry I really can't give you an idea of what to expect cost wise, but some doctors will give you a bit of a discount for combining procedures. The biggest savings would be operating room and anesthesia. You will save a lot there. Not all procedures can be combined, but if it is possible to do so it is a great idea for the sake of having only one recovery time period as well.
My estimate would be $15,000. There may be some, but I don't know any doctors that do jaw implants that will do a sliding genio rather than a chin implant. Dr. Yang discusses the reason for that in an old post in his forum on this site. I do not understand the reasoning of wanting jaw implants, but preferring a sliding genio to a chin implant.
I have a couple of reasons for wanting a sliding genio instead of a chin implant actually. First would be that my chin is a little longer on one than the other. I also think that it might need some lengthening in general. Lastly I don't want any space between the chin/jaw implants.
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