Health insurance does not cover rhinoplasty expenses unless you have a structural impairment such as a deviated septum. If your rhinoplasty is only being done for cosmetic reasons, expect to pay the fees out of pocket. If you have a breathing defect or if your nose has suffered a recent trauma, your insurance will likely cover the procedure. With that in mind, you should still always check before going in for surgery to ensure you won’t receive any surprise bills.
Look for a board-certified plastic surgeon from the American Board of Plastic Surgery who has extensive experience performing rhinoplasties and other areas of facial plastic surgery. You can search for one by geographic region on A Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Resource. Though they typically charge higher fees, these surgeons have all undergone intensive surgical training and can help ensure that you receive the best possible treatment.