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How much does Voluma cost?

what is the average price to get voluma for cheeks?

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The cost of Voluma will vary based on who is injecting it and how many syringes are being used

Voluma pricing will vary widely.  This product should only be injected by a physician with extensive experience with injectable fillers and not just filling lines and folds but more importantly knowing how to restore lost facial volume.  Voluma is injected deeper than other fillers and a thorough knowledge of facial anatomy is required for optimal results as well as avoiding potential pitfalls and complications.  Remember this product is long and thus a poor outcome can last for many years.  This is currently the going rate when an experienced plastic surgeon.  Physicians charging $ 600 to $ 800 per syringe are not making much of a profit and will have to cut corners.  Yes, you can find it for less but you get what you pay for.

In my practice, which is about 45 min to 1 hour from Manhattan,  I charge $ 1050 for the first syringe and $ 950 for subsequent syringes.  Many of my patients will travel to have liquid face lifts using Voluma and its not unusual to have more than 4 syringes.  We discount heavily additional syringes beyond the fourth, charging only $ 500 per syringe making these liquid lifts affordable.  Its not unusual in Manhattan for physicians to charge upwards of $ 1500 per syringe.


Ran Y. Rubinstein, MD
200 Stony Brook Court, Newburgh, New York
Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon
Clinical Professor New York Presbyterian Hospital
National Education Faculty (physician trainer) for:
Allergan (Juvederm, Voluma), Valient (Scultpra, Restylane),
Cynosure (Cellulaze, Precision Laser Lift) & Solta (Fraxel, Thermage)


Manhattan Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 137 reviews

The cost of Voluma

The cost of any injectable including Voluma can vary depending on location, experience of the surgeon, technical skill of the surgeon, the amount of product, and the surgeon's aesthetic vision of your face.  If you have severe volume loss, Voluma can be very expensive and probably cost ineffective to use.  However, if you have mild or moderate volume loss, Voluma works and looks great and since it's the softest of the volumizers, it looks the most natural.  In Atlanta, Voluma ranges from $800-1500 depending on the injector and his/her expertise.  

We are all familiar with patients who are overinjected or look odd after injections.  Please do your research and choose your injector wisely.  

Mike Majmundar, MD
Atlanta Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 34 reviews

Voluma Pricing

Believe it or not, there is a recommendation that every patient start with four syringes of Voluma. Every patient.  In our practice, we evaluate each person individually, in person, prior to performing a treatment.  Of course some people benefit from four syringes, but not everyone does. For the people are best off with two of three syringes, the cost they are paying is much more than financial, byt getting more produuct that they need, they may be getting a result that doesn't suit them, a result that makes them look over-filled, or odd.  The most expensive practice is not always the best, but keep in mind that Voluma can last for two years. Think of how much that costs every day. Not a lot if you are thrilled with a natural looking result. The cost is tremendous if you see an injector who whofills, or doesn't perform a treatment in a way that lokks natural. 

 Let me start by saying never "price shop" for surgery or any aesthetic enhancement with a lasting result. Having said that, Allergan the maker of Voluma offers rebates to the top providers of all their products. The more Voluma used, the more significant the rebates.  Therefore, the top providers will actually pay less for the product than others. Of course there is a premium cost to the practice for very best nurse injectors and a pristine environment. However, the pricing may still be very competitive for the most experienced injectors. 

Keep in mind, nothing will be more expensive than a result that is not performed to your satisfaction. Voluma lasts up to two years. take your time, have a lot of consults, view a lot of photos and do not be pressured into a procedure.  In some practices, too much Voluma is being injected at once. Look for a practice that is conservative. You can start with a smaller amount and add more Voluma at a later time. 

Michael Law, MD
Raleigh-Durham Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 57 reviews

Voluma costs

Each practice will charge a slightly different price for Voluma. You will see ranges from $600 -1,000. We charge $800 for first syringe and $700 for each additional syringe.  Cheek augmentation is an advanced technique for filler injection. Make sure you go to somebody that has a tremendous amount of experience in this area as you're making a big investment.

Voluma costs more but lasts longer!

You can expect to pay about 1.5 to 2 times  as much for Voluma as for the other HA fillers. When you think about it, that is a good deal since it lasts twice as long or more in many patients.  The number of syringes used to restore cheek volume is generally 2 to 4 in my experience. More for the very severely volume depleted patient.  

Susan Van Dyke, MD
Paradise Valley Dermatologic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 18 reviews

It's a $1000

Voluma is unique and specific for upper cheek augmentation. This will typically require 2 syringes, which each cost $1000. 

How Much Does Voluma Cost?

Hi,
The cost of Voluma is double any other HA filler but the FDA duration is 2 years!  The cost varies based on where in the country you are in and who is the injector.  We love to use micro-cannulas for most Voluma injections because it leaves no bruising.  It technically takes more time but the result is so beautiful.  In our practice, we don't charge any extra for using micro-cannulas.  We also give discounts for more than one syringe of Voluma.

Warmly,
Dr. Liu

Grace Liu, MD
Newport Beach Dermatologic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 36 reviews

How much does Volume cost?

The cost of Juvederm Voluma will vary per Geographic area. The price is usually per 1cc syringe. Most patients will benefit from more than 1 syringe. I usually start with 1cc syringe and will change the frequency of injection based on the amount of product needed (e.g. every 6 mo., yearly, every 2 yrs.). Our price is $1,000 per 1cc in our practice in Miami, FL. 

Jose Rodríguez-Feliz, MD
Miami Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 5 reviews

How much does Voluma cost

Thank you for your question. Voluma prices vary based on geographical location and the experience of the injector. As Voluma is one of the newer HA fillers (hyaluronic acid), be sure to do your research on your injector.  A more viscous gel than Juvederm, Voluma is currently indicated to help restore volume in a patient's mid-face and lift the surrounding tissues, adding two nice effects WITHOUT making ones face look wide or "chubby."  As the gel is thick, reports have effects lasting for over two years for patients.  Prices in Atlanta vary, from approximately 850 to 1200/syringe with discounts off either the first or second syringes based on the plastic surgery or dermatology office.  As always find a physician with whom you communicate well, and can voice your desired expectations to have the best result.

Nelson Castillo, MD
Atlanta Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 7 reviews

Voluma Price

Pricing for Voluma can vary usually anywhere from $800-$1,000 per syringe. Normally, at least 2 syringes will be needed and that should still give you a noticeable, yet natural result. The number of syringes needed will vary from person to person and your injector can determine the amount that is right for you and if you are a good candidate for Voluma. The price is not necessarily indicative of an injector's experience, so make sure you find someone that has experience with the product.

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