How Much Do Dermal Fillers Cost?

Many men and women interested in facial rejuvenation are now choosing dermal fillers because they prefer the subtle improvement that fillers provide.  It’s a trend that will likely continue because treatment with fillers is quick, low-risk, and convenient.   But how much do dermal fillers cost? 

What Are Dermal Fillers?

Dermal fillers are soft tissue fillers that temporarily smooth wrinkles and fine lines and restore volume to the skin.  They are typically used to treat moderate to severe nasolabial folds and marionette lines, add fullness to the midface and cheeks and augment the lips.  

How Much do Dermal Fillers Cost?

According to the latest statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the cost of dermal fillers ranges from $652 to $878 per syringe.  However, the final price tag will depend on the type of dermal filler and the number of syringes used.  

Type Of Dermal Filler

Dermal fillers made with hyaluronic acid (HA) are the fillers most commonly used for facial rejuvenation today.  The Juvederm family of HA-based fillers is the market leader.  Juvederm fillers cost an average of $652 per syringe, but costs vary depending on the specific formulation.  Non-hyaluronic acid fillers typically cost more.   

Number Of Syringes Used

Most patients require two or more syringes of dermal fillers to achieve the best results.  The cost of dermal fillers will be higher for people with more severe lines and wrinkles.  Also, men typically require more dermal fillers because they have larger, denser facial muscles. 

Other factors that can affect the cost of dermal fillers include the skill and expertise of the provider, size of the treatment area, and the geographic location of the practice.  

It’s best to schedule an in-person consultation with an experienced, qualified injector to get an accurate cost for dermal fillers.

If you are looking to restore the youthful fullness to your face without invasive surgery, dermal fillers are a safe, effective option.  

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