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G-Shot Injection

The cost for a G-shot injection varies depending on the amount of filler that is needed for the injection.  

The procedures is an outpatient procedure where a filler is injected to over the G-spot so that it will be more easily stimulated.  

The injection typically only helps women that a stimulated at the G-spot.  It helps enhance the experience.  

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G-Shot Cost

The G-Shot involves the injection of 3 ml of absorbable dermal filler. That works out to be 3 syringes of Juvederm or Restylane which would cost $1500 - $1800 in most clinics.


The G-Shot costs anywhere between $1000 and $2500. It is an outpatient procedure that requires the injection of a filler to plump up the area.

Dr. Carlos Cordoba
Plastic & Esthetic Surgeon
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Montreal Plastic Surgeon
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G-Spot injection

After locating the G-Spot , it is made more prominent with a filler underneath the spot so it raises it for easier stimulation.

The cost is $2500.

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The g-shot

The g-shot may cost between $1000-2500 around the country.

The g-shot was popularized by a gynecologist. It is actually restylane injected into the area right behind the pubic bone that is thought to be over the g-spot. This may enhance orgasm in some women, although specific numbers are not scientifically proven.

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Cost of G-shot

This depends on several factors and the type and quantity of filler material chosen,

It is performed as an office outpatient procedure.

This typically costs somewhere between  $1200-2500,

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