The shoemaker’s chest (pectus excavatum) and the pigeon chest (pectus carinatum) are the most common form of chest wall deformities. They can be treated very successfully by using closed and open surgical techniques. The price of a sunken chest surgery varies according to the doctor and the hospital where the surgery will be performed. The prices of pectus excavatum surgery are determined differently in private hospitals or university state hospitals. Prices are based on the hospital’s class, bed capacity and the experience of your doctor. You can get an appointment with your doctor and learn about the price of a shoemaker’s chest surgery. It is best to make your final decision with your doctor and even a few physicians face to face and get your examination done. Sunken chest degrees may vary from patient to patient. The degree of collapse is determined prior to surgery by lung tomography and during physical examination of the patient. In lung tomography, the width of the rib cage is determined by dividing the distance between the sternum (breastbone) and the spine. This is called the Haller – index. If the patient has pain, shortness of breath, fatigue and palpitations, the surgical correction surgery is recommended. Shoemaker chest pain, of course, pain can exist. This varies with the patient and the degree of deformity. Pectus excavatum surgery is performed in 80% of patients for appearance and cosmetic purposes. In this group of patients with a high probability of social phobia, dramatic improvement is achieved with closed NUSS surgery or open surgery (Ravitch). These patients get rid of phobia very quickly and return to social life in the fastest and happiest way. Pectus excavatum and its surgery should assessed by military hospitals and/or a referee hospitals if they suit for the military service.