By now, you know that facial fillers and injectables – like Juvederm, Restylane, and Voluma – remain among the most popular and effective non-surgical procedures in the country. It’s not surprising, when you think about it – most facial fillers and injectables achieve instant results by smoothing out wrinkles, treating fine lines, and even increasing long-term collagen production. What’s more, these injectables can be performed in a rapid amount of time; most injections take less than 30 minutes to perform.
With so many advantages associated with these facial rejuvenation treatments, it’s no wonder would-be clients are all wondering the same thing:
“How much do facial fillers and injectables cost?”
The Answer Might Surprise You
As with most cosmetic treatments, the answer depends on the brand you want to use, the facial areas you’re treating, and the severity of the wrinkles and lines you’re treating. For example, younger patients require less product to treat the lines around their eyes and foreheads, as well as less filler to volumize their cheeks. Older patients, on the other hand, typically require more filler product to see the same results.
As a result, using more product costs more, so the more severe the wrinkles and loss of volume, the higher the cost of the treatment.
Clients who are looking for Botox around the eyes can typically expect to spend about $300, while fillers for the lips will use about $600 to $700 per syringe. Face-volumizing procedures like Voluma or Restylane Lyft can cost more, with each syringe going for $700-$900.
Fortunately, facial fillers tend to last for a long time; the average filler lasts between six to ten months. There’s minimal pain and downtime associated with these treatments; session can take anywhere from 20-30 minutes to perform.
Schedule a Facial Filler Consultation
For more information on the cost of facial fillers and injectables, schedule a dermal fillers Boston consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Sean Doherty. Dr. Doherty operates at his two practices in downtown Boston and Brookline, MA. Call (617) 735.8735 to learn more today!