Average fees for Juvederm in Philadelphia area is listed on this site as $500. Is this fee for 1 syringe (1.8) or 2 syringes? Please clarify this data.
What's the Average Price of Juvederm Per Syringe?
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Average Price of Juvederm per syringe
Fees will vary dramatically from city to city and even from practice to practice in the same city. $500 is probably the cost for a 1 cc syringe of Juvederm.
Factors to consider for injector:
- Do they understand facial anatomy?
- What are their qualifications (Facial plastics surgeon, nurse, ER physician, etc)?
- Do they have an overall goal for me and plan?
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We have used Juvederm on many patients and the typical cost is $500 per syringe. The Juvederm Ultra Plus, which is a thicker form of Juvederm that can used in the Nasolabial Folds as well as the Cheek area for shaping which is closer to $700 per syringe.
Price for Juvederm
Thanks for the question -
First, let me say that you should always be careful when using price to guide decisions about medical treatments (and yes, filler injection, despite all the advertising, is a medical treatment).
That being said - here's the straight scoop. Juvederm costs your doctor about $250 per syringe to buy from the company (Allergan). Most physicians double the price. Be sure to look for other things that may add value when seeking a treating physician including follow-up discounts, standing by their work (are touch-ups free?) and pre- and post-treatment photos.
In our San Francisco area practice we offer all of these things to our patients.
I hope this helps.
The cost of 1 syringe of Juvederm can vary from $450-$650. It depends on how many syringes are injected at once (there is a quantity discount typically). It also depends on who is injecting you; a dermatologist or plastic surgeon may cost a little more in some cases, but then you have more assurance of great results and safety.
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