How Much Does Laser Skin Resurfacing Cost?
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How much does laser skin resurfacing cost? Should I buy a package deal or individual treatments?
Laser Skin Resurfacing Price $500 to $5000
Depending on the modality and the areas to be lasered, the cost will be $500 - $5000 per treatment. I would not purchase a package as you generally want an experienced laser specialist to utilize different modalities depending on how you are responding to treatment and if there are any changes to your lifestyle.
Laser Skin Resurfacing Pricing
Being that Laser Skin Resurfacing shouldn't be considered cookie cutter medicine, we tailor the pricing and package to meet the needs of each individual patient.
Although having a full face done is recommended, in certain cases not everyone needs the whole face done, for example, some may have great cheeks and forehead and may only want to focus on the eyes and mouth or another patient may only need pigment depth laser settings on the whole face but small touches in certain areas on a deeper setting to spot treat problem areas, so pricing can be very individual and a consultation can provide exact pricing
Define what treatments you want first
There are so many treatments on the market you are probably better off first defining what you want. Look into the mirror and decide what issues are most important to you and then find a few honest doctors to get some opinions as to how to best address these problems. Then get prices and compare.
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Cost of Laser Resurfacing
The cost of laser resurfacing really depends on the type of resurfacing you are having done, as well as several other factors:
- There are many different levels of resurfacing - some more superficial lasers will be less expensive
- It will depend on the number of treatments you have
- The cost will also largely depend on your geographic area - in larger metropolitan areas, it tends to be more expensive
- Micro laser peels with erbium YAG lasers cost anywhere from $300-$800 per treatment.
- Deeper fractionated or full field laser resurfacing can cost anywhere from $1500 - $3000 per treatment.
- A series of multiple treatments is almost always better.
Typically patients see the best results when they have at least three treatments. It really depends on the practice where you are having the laser resurfacing and if you want to purchase a package. You may not need all the treatments, or your physician may want to tailor your treatment with several different types of resurfacing, so a package could lock you into one specific treatment.
Cost of Laser Resurfacing
The cost of laser resurfacing really depends on the depth and type of laser used. In general, superficial laser resurfacing is less than deeper resurfacing. Cost can range from $150 for light resurfacing to $3000 for a deep resurfacing laser procedure.
For deep laser resurfacing, most of my patients elect to have this done in the office rather than in the operating room setting. I make this a comfortable experience for my patients by using a state of the art custom numbing cream plus a specialized machine that cools the patient during the procedure. Patients do quite well with this and avoiding both the physical as well as financial implications of the operating room is appealing to them.
Web reference: http://www.shahfacialplastics.com/laser-resurfacing.html
treatment costs can vary widely depending upon what type of laser is best suiting for the goals you are trying to achieve. Some deeper resurfacing may require the help of an anesthetist for pain control. Prices can range from 500 dollars to over 5,000 dollars per treatment. Most of the more expensive treatments only require one session so a package deal is usually not necessary.
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Cost of Laser Skin Resurfacing
This will largely be dependent on a number of factors such as:
- Geographic location
- Degree of skin aging
- Your available "downtime"
- Experience of the surgeon operating the laser
I have found that many of my patients no longer wish to have the extended downtime associated with deep CO2 facial resurfacing and would rather have multiple treatments customized to their individual needs including full face treatments with BBL, micro laser peels and regional areas of deeper ProFractional therapy. These patients often only have 4-5 days of mild swelling and erythema and can return to work within a week. The inclusive costs associated with these customized treatments typically range from $600 to $2000. I would recommend seeing a board certified specialist in your area whom you can trust to have a consultation and customize a treatment that will help you achieve your goals.
Jacque LeBeau, MD
Cost of laser skin resurfacing
Costs for cosmetic procedures vary so widely, from area to area, and from doctor to doctor. Not all lasers are the same as far as efficacy. The doctors who use lasers where you are offered a "package" deal certainly imply that a single treatment won't be particularly effective. Perhaps a single deeper but safe treatment with one recovery is better and more effective than the "package" deals which offer shorter recovery but require multiple treatments. Expect to pay $500-$7000 depending on who is offering and what is being offered.
Web reference: http://www.kassmd.com
Laser resurfacing can vary...
Laser resurfacing can vary from 500 to 5000. Usually, a series is only for very superficial resurfacing. Your goals, objectives, and skin condition are all factors. You need to see a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and/or Dermatologist to find the ideal treatment profile.
Laser Skin Resurfacing Fees
The fees for laser skin resurfacing will vary based on your geographical location, the experience of the surgeon, and the type of laser. Consult with a reputable surgeon in your area. Upon consultation and examination your surgeon will recommend the appropriate laser and treatment plan to address your individual concerns. Best wishes!
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