How Much Does Lip Enhancement Cost?
- Asked by keturah in kingsport,tn.
- 5 years ago
Lip Implants run $1500-2000 per lip
Lip augmentations have been so popular and the new permanent lip implants look and feel quite natural @ $1500-2000 per lip. Temporary fillers such as restylane and juvederm @ $550 per syringe do nice for 3-6 months. They are all done under local anesthesia and is very easy to go through. Fat grafting has had less than good results and look donald duck like and last about 6 months.
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Price of Lip Augmentation
The price of lip augmentation can range from $295.00 for Prevelle Silk, a hyaluronic acid based product that lasts approximately 3 months, to several thousand dollars for structural fat grafting, a permanent option for fuller lips or for adding fullness to other areas of the face.
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Types of lip augmentation
Many patients want to enhance their lip volume. Maybe patients were born with thinner lips; others have noticed that over the years the lip volume has decreased and the corners of the lips have turned down, appearing to deflate. The most common goal is to create a beautiful, natural, full lip appearance.
Fortunately, there are now many ways to augment lips.
The most common method of lip augmentation is temporary augmentation with a hyaluronic acid (HA) product such as Juvederm or Restylane (or Prevelle, a new filler with lidocaine in it). This is an immediate, effective, non-surgical way of enhancing lip volume. Often, patients will want HA filler around other areas around the mouth as well, to achieve a more harmonious look.
In our practice we avoid Radiesse, silicone, Artecoll, etc. and other semipermanent and permanent fillers because of the long term risk of chronic lumpiness, chronic inflammation or migration of the filler.
In the past, many synthetic lip implants have been performed. Gortex, SAM, various threads etc. were threaded in the lips. Over the years, this technique has faded because of the patients complaining of feeling the unnatural implants. Some materials produced a great amount of scarring and constriction of the lips (i.e. Alloderm, cadaver material). Recently, actual lip implants were created to place into the lips. In our practice, we have removed numerous permanent implants and replaced them with LiveFill grafts, nontraumatized fascial-fat grafts from the patient's own tissues. Patients are now on our surgical schedule to have their lip implants removed and replaced with their own, softer, tissues.
Fat augmentation is a popular technique, athough many patients complain of initial swelling and slow loss of the graft material over time. This is due to the fact that fat grafts, once they are aspirated and then injected into tissues, lose many of the living cells and therefore consist primarily of dead cells and free fatty acids.
The most popular method in our practice for lip augmentation is the LiveFill lip augmentation graft (LALA). This involves grafts taken from the patient's own tissues and placed precisely in a non-traumatized fashion into the lips. Because of the high survival rate of the grafts (no miracle, you are just starting with live tissue), we do not overcorrect. In long-term studies with CT scans looking at the volume, graft retention is 75%. Therefore with the LiveFill technique the surgeon does not overcorrect, so patient's do not go through the initial "duck lip" phase.
Costs for lip augmentation vary from around $500 for temporary fillers to $6000 for LiveFill lip augmentation grafts, with fat injection somewhere in the middle.
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The cost of lip augmentation has been reduced considerably over the last decade. The most common method of lip augmentation is Juvederm injections, which vary from city to city.
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Lip Augmentation Cost
Lip augmentation costs vary by the product injected. I prefer the use of HA's in the lips and cost can range from $500-750 depending on the geographic area and injector. Lip fillers can last between 2 months to a year.
Web reference: http://www.shahfacialplastics.com/lips.html
Cost of Lip Enhancement
The cost of lip enhancement or augmentation depends greatly on what treatment is performed (filler vs. fat grafting vs. implants vs. surgery) and where you receive the treatment. As a primary treatment, I prefer Juvederm or Restylane. Usually only one syringe is needed, and the price ranges from $550 to $650. Best of luck!
$500 - $600
Most lip augmentations can be done with a single 1ml syringe of Restylane or Juvederm. This will run between $500 and $600 dollars.
Fees will vary greatly across the country and based on the approach used. We prefer to use dermal fillers to augment the lips and the fee is $600/syringe for either restylane or juvederm. One syringe may sufficient quantity to do the lips plus one other area depending on the amount of correction you need.
Cost of lip augmentation
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Cost of lip augmentation
Today, there are several options for lip augmentation. The most inexpensive include dermal fillers that can be added to the tissues of the lip. Other options include transplanting fat to the lips and solid silicone lip implants. These other procedures are more invasive than a dermal filler but can usually be done under local anesthesia. Because of their ease of use and their reproducibility dermal fillers are the most popular option. When considering this filler, be sure to use a dermal filler that is smooth and will not cost clumping or other unattractive results. In our practice, Juvederm and Restylane are the most popular fillers for this location. Juvederm and Restylane are excellent hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers that are sold by the syringe. Work with a board-certified plastic surgeon who can give you an idea of how many syringe is you may need to accomplish your aesthetic goals. A syringe of one of these fillers can range from $600-$800.
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