Dermal fillers are effective in eliminating facial wrinkles and facial lines all over the face without going through the pains of plastic surgery. In addition, these are also beneficial for facial enhancement through cheek augmentation and lip augmentation. Aside from evaluating if you’re a candidate for dermal filler treatments, you should also think about the associated costs that come with the filler treatment.
So how much do dermal fillers cost? There are many kinds of dermal filler treatments that differ in effect, target areas, and overall cost. The average cost of dermal filler treatments is about $675 per syringe, which is more expensive than collagen products and Botox cosmetic treatments but more affordable than other cosmetic treatments such as plastic surgery for facial wrinkles and fine lines.
The cost of dermal filler syringes among others depends on the kind of dermal filler substance used, the amount of dermal filler substance injected, and the targeted beauty goals in the treatment area. This means that facial fillers may vary in cost. A lip filler may cost differently than a cheek filler. The severity of the different signs of skin aging such as nasolabial folds is also considered.
Although it may be costly to have dermal fillers injected into the face and hands, the results of an injectable filler are worth it as more people report experiencing satisfaction with their treatment results.
Cost is always an important consideration when it comes to dermal filler treatment procedures, but satisfaction from dermal filler treatments is more valuable than the fee. The benefits of each substance and brand of a dermal filler treatment shouldn’t be undermined because it’s always worth it for the cost. As long as it’s recommended by your aesthetic provider to be sufficient to achieve your beauty goals and eliminate signs of skin aging such as fine lines and facial wrinkles.
There are many brands that contain hyaluronic acid substances. In fact, it’s actually the most commonly used dermal filler substance. Although the individual results of HA Filler are temporary and not as long-lasting as other dermal filler substances, hyaluronic acid filler treatments offer the most safety because its adverse effects are also not permanent.
Shown in the table below are the brands using this ingredient and their respective average prices:
|Hyaluronic Acid Filler Brand
|Juvederm Treatment (e.g, Juvederm Ultra, Juvederm XC, Juvederm Ultra XC, Juvederm Voluma XC)
|$ 650 to $ 4,500
|Restylane (e.g, Restylane Lyft, Restylane Silk, Restylane Refyne, Restylane Defyne)
|$ 400 to $ 800
|$ 500 to $ 652
|$ 550 to $ 625
Some dermal fillers contain a mineral-like compound that is similar to calcium found in bones. In addition to being gel-like and vegan-friendly, it is described as a soft tissue filler. Results from these injectable fillers may last from about 9 to 15 months. Shown in the table below is the brand using this ingredient and its average price:
|Dermal Filler Brand
|$ 650 to $ 800
The primary goal of this dermal filler ingredient is to stimulate collagen production over time so results from this filler aren’t immediately visible. Its semi-permanent results is one of the reasons why most people perceive it as a value-for-money option when it comes to dermal fillers. Shown in the table below is the brand using this ingredient and its average price:
|Dermal Filler Brand
|$ 800 to $ 1,925
Another long-term solution to facial lines (i.e, fine lines, marionette line, nasolabial folds), facial wrinkles, and poor facial volume is PMMA. This ingredient allows the formation of a PMMA matrix that protects and stimulates new collagen production for a sustained long-term effect. Shown in the table below is the brand using this ingredient and its average price:
|Dermal Filler Brand
|$ 1,000 to $ 3,000
This injectable filler has its filler ingredient sourced from an individual’s own body fat deposits through the process of liposuction. The fat syringe is then injected into the target area, but it usually takes long multiple sessions before the patient’s beauty goal is achieved. Shown in the table below is the brand using this ingredient and its average price:
|Dermal Filler Brand
|$ 2,500 to $ 7,000
Below is a table showing the summarized average cost of each dermal filler substance and all the brands that contain these ingredients:
|Dermal filler substance
|Poly-L Lactic Acid
|Polymethyl-Methacrylate (PMMA) Microspheres
|Autologous Fat Injections
Dermal filler treatments aren’t covered by health insurance, but many aesthetic providers and medical spas offer favorable financing plans to individuals who want more flexible payment options.
This is also cheaper than its plastic surgery alternatives. For example, if you want to enhance your eye area, a few sessions of dermal filler treatments would be safer and more affordable than eyelid surgery.
In evaluating the dermal filler cost of the procedure that you’re about to have, make sure that you take into consideration the quality of the dermal fillers, along with their ability to resolve skin issues in the face and help achieve beauty goals. There is no best brand of dermal fillers because the best is what your aesthetic provider has determined as suitable for you.
Additionally, you should also check the qualifications of the aesthetic provider which involve their experience in the field and customer reviews.
Dermal filler treatments provide a more affordable solution than cosmetic surgery to correct the visible signs of skin aging. There are many flexible options to pay for your treatment session that you may inquire about in the medical spa or aesthetic provider that you’ve chosen. Along with this, choosing an expert to perform this treatment is essential to get the most out of what you paid for.
If you aren’t sure about the best and most affordable dermal filler treatment to be done on your skin, Ethos Spa offers free online consultations via our website. Other services such as laser treatment (e.g, laser hair removal) are also available at Ethos Spa. You can also reach out to our contact numbers (908) 628-1916 for Summit, NJ, and 201-541-6600 for Englewood, NJ.
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