How Much Does Juvederm Cost?
- Asked 5 years ago
Juvederm cost is variable
This is variable. In our area, the fee varies between $300-550 a syringe. I would beg to differ from a few of my colleagues above in that I do not feel the price necessarily reflects the "expertise" of the injector. I have seen numerous patients the last few years who have sustained poor results yet were charged $550 a syringe.
The cost of Juvederm
Juvederm is the highest concentration of hyaluronic acid in a smooth gel formulation. The Juvederm Ultra Plus is a bit more viscous than Juvederm Ultra and may offer some additional volume to areas that are in need.
At Skin Speaks Spa M.D., Juvederm Ultra is priced at $595.00 per .8cc overfilled syringe, and a Juvederm Ultra Plus .8cc overfilled syringe costs $625.00. When multiple syringes of Juvederm are purchased, there is often a discount applied.
I recommend looking for a Juvederm provider who has received Diamond Award. Allergan, the manufacturer of Juvederm and Botox, gives the Diamond Award to practitioners who have demonstrated superior safety and experience in injecting.
In the Salt Lake City, Utah area the costs range from mid 400's to $700 for one 0.8 cc syringe. In my practice, I use it as a gateway product. This means that the patient gets to know me, my staff and office by coming in for the procedure. This will frequently the lead to other treatment and/or surgery. It helps me and the patient establish a relationship of trust. I don't make any money on the procedure, so we charge $450 and frequently offer it as part of various specials for even better deals.
Juvederm costs about $550 per syringe
Juvederm costs about $500 per syringe
Juvederm is a popular hyaluronic acid dermal filler that will last 10-12 months for most patients. It's great for nasolabial folds, marionette lines (corner of the mouth) and lip augmentation.
What You Pay For Juvederm and Restylane Is Not As Important As Who You Pay
Prices depend mainly upon which geographic region of the country in which you live and generally range from $550 - $1,200.
You may ask, "Why the big difference?" It is more expensive in Beverly Hills, New York and Miami than it is in North Carolina, Tennesee, or Vermont. The reason for this is that typically the best doctors tend to congregate in these areas, and the cost of living is much less in other parts of the country.
It is important to understand that while cost is important, who is injecting your filler is more important than what you spend regardless of where you live. Not all doctors are created equal.
If you came to me for these injections, you are getting someone who has not only done this for 30 years and teaches other doctors how to do this, but I also invented many of the techniques used to inject them. There are many doctors out there, many of whom are not specialists in this field, who are now offering Botox and filler injections. This is a lucrative area in medicine and many doctors want to do this. Unfortunately, not everyone out there is properly trained to do it.
- Always make sure that your doctor has completed a residency and is board certified in either dermatology, plastic and reconstructive surgery, facial plastic surgery, head and neck surgery or occuloplastic surgery before you see them.
While these residencies don't guarantee that your doctor is good at a certain procedure, it does guarantee that they have undergone years of specialized training and testing and goes a long way to ensure their competence, increasing the odds that they are good.
- You do not want to see someone for your cosmetic procedure who is a psychiatrist, family practitioner or internist, and these doctors always charge significantly less than a specialist.
So when you compare cost for your next procedure, remember that all is not equal in this medical specialty and it is better in my opinion to spend a little more and get the very best possible result.
And finally, ask yourself, "Why would a doctor charge significantly less for a certain procedure?" There is almost always a very good reason and one that you don't want to find out about after you have already seen them.
Cost of Juvederm in Los Angeles
The cost of Juvederm is dependent on the type of Juvederm used and the area of treatment. Typically, 0.8 cc of Juvederm Ultra is about 500 to 700 dollars. Experience is of utmost importance in the injection.
Juvederm cost varies by region and the expertise of the person injecting it
Juvederm prices will vary depending on where you go and who injects the product. It is supplied in "syringes" and a patient typically purchases enough of these syringes to treat a certain area.
Usually, one is enough to treat an area like the smile lines or the lips, however, each patient is different and will require a unique amount of Juvederm. We charge $550 per syringe at our offices.
Juvederm prices vary but expect to pay more for an expert injector
Before considering cost, consider the credentials and experience of the person who is going to perform the injection. How Juvederm is injected is critical to obtaining a result with which you will be satisfied.
That being said, prices vary widely for a single 0.8 ml syringe of Juvederm Ultra or Juvederm Ultra Plus. You can expect to pay between $500 and $900 per syringe. The price varies based upon the area in which you live, the number of syringes purchased at one time, and the type of physician who is injecting it.
In general, plastic surgeons, facial plastic surgeons, oculoplastic surgeons, or dermatologists will charge more than other physicians. This is because their training provides expertise in this area of medicine.
Be sure to inquire about anesthesia and "touch ups." Most physicians will not charge for minor "touch ups" performed within 2-4 weeks of the injection insofar as a new syringe of material is not required.
Lastly, be sure to communicate your goals to your physician. Only by understanding your goals can your physician meet and exceed your expectations.
Juvederm cost is Plano and Frisco, Texas
We charge $495 for the first syringe and $420 for each additional syringe of Juvederm, Restylane, and Perlane. We use topical anesthethic cream and have laughing gas available at no additional charge.
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.