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How Much Does Perlane Cost?

What is the price of Perlane?  Is Perlane cost the same as Restylane?

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Perlane costs can vary.

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Perlane should cost between 450-1000 dollars per syringe.  This is based on who is doing the injections and different parts of the country.  I would say the average is close to 500-600 dollars per syringe.  


Dallas Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 28 reviews

Cost of Perlane Injections vs. Restylane

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The doctors in our office inject the fillers and Botox (rather than nurses or ancillary staff). At this time we charge $525 Restylane and $560 for Perlane. These prices are for each syringe administered (about 1 cc each). Injections with fillers such as Restylane and Perlane require a good amount of time and skill. There is also a good amount of skill employed in giving the numbing injections in addition to topical anesthetic. We don't charge extra for any of the nerve blocks and/or mucosal blocks needed. Mucosal blocks are shorter acting and are popular for patients who don't like being numb for hours. There are a few patients who just want topical numbing medicine only -- but this is rare.

Tammy Wu, MD
Modesto Plastic Surgeon

Perlane costs a little more than Restylane

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Hi Joy,

If you are treated with a full syringe of Perlane verus a full syringe of Restylane, it may cost $50-$100 more for the Perlane.  Be well.

Dr. P

Michael A. Persky, MD
Los Angeles Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 23 reviews

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Perlane and costs

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Perlane as well as most dermal fillers are priced competitively and also vary from Practice to Practice.

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Cost of Perlane

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In our office, we offer a 1.0 ml syringe of Perlane for $455. Perlane is known for is more robust molecular size compared to other dermal fillers. It is a hyaluronic acid gel filler, and is typically used on patients who have deep wrinkles or who are looking for more volume.

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Perlane Pricing

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Each office has a different pricing structure, but typically perlane is priced to be higher than restylane by between $50 - $100.

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Perlane, Juvederm, Fill NLF's, Face Fillers

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Right now Perlane costs $800 per syringe but we used to charge $900 when it first came out several years back.  We use quite a bit of Perlane to fill in the NLF's and shape the Cheeks and Chin.  I'm very happy with how smooth it is after injection once molded into the tissues as well as the little swelling and bruising.  We have patients that have Perlane and hit the red carpet or attend a major function that same night.  Something we would never advise after Radiesse injections.

Francis R. Palmer, III, MD
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Perlane fee

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In New York City the fee for Perlane will vary by the physician performing the procedure. This may vary from $500-$1000.

 

Steven Wallach, MD
Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
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How Much Does Perlane Cost in San Francisco?

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In San Francisco, we charge $575 for a 1cc syringe of Perlane. The amount of Perlane needed varies from patient to patient. In some cases, more than one syringe is needed to achieve optimal results.

Kenneth Bermudez, MD
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Perlane cost in Plano: same as Restylane

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We charge $495 for the first syringe of any hyaluronic acid filler (Perlane, Restylane, Juvederm) and $420 for each subsequent syringe.

I personally perform all injections. We have a very effective anesthetic ointment as well as nitrous oxide (laughing gas) available at no additional charge.

Ronald Friedman, MD
Dallas Plastic Surgeon
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