How much do malar implants cost? Does the price vary based on where you live?
How Much Do Malar Implants Cost?
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Cheek augmentation can be achieved using silicone implants, placed through an incision in the mouth, which cost $4000-$5000 depending on the surgeon and your location. As Dr. Chaboki stated, fillers such as Radiesse can be used or more permanent correction injecting the patient's own fat.
Silicone Implant for Cheek augmentation
Malar augmentation for facial rejuvenation is a good option for adding volume in the midface area. Malar enhancement via implants are an alternative to facial fillers, such as Radiesse, Sculptra, fat injection, or hyaluronic acid filler. Cheek implants are made of silicone, and inserted via a small incision inside the mouth for cheek augmentation. The implant itself only costs a couple hundred dollars, while the surgical fee varies based on region, from approximately $3000 to $5000.
Malar implant charges
We can do this procedure for under $3200 all costs included. Our fees used to be higher but because of streamlining our practice and reducing overhead we can lower certain costs for patients.
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Malar implant costs
In our area of Jacksonville, the prices ranges from about 3500 to 4000 dollars which includes surgery, anesthesia and facility fees. I would imagine the costs are more in some larger cities. I hope this information helps.
Cost of malar implants
The cost for malar augmentation does vary from one major city to another. Here in the Seattle area the procedure ranges from $3,500-$4,000, which includes the surgeon's fee, operating room, the implants, and anesthesia.
Web reference: http://www.seattlefacial.com
How Mucha Does Cheek Augmentation Cost
Treatment of facial aging changes with fat grafting must be carefully individualized to match each patient's aesthetic needs and desires. I always examine and assess how each aesthetic area or 'unit' of the face contributes to an individual's overall appearance: the brows and eyelids, the cheeks or 'midface', the lower face and chin, and the neck. An individualized surgical plan is then developed which addresses each patient's specific concerns and needs.
Therefore, the price of a facial fat grafting will depend on exactly what each person needs and the time required to perform surgery. To select a plastic surgeon, take your time researching , visiting websites, view many, many before and after photos and speak to former patients.
Beware of doctors who discount their fees. Discounting the value of professional services, especially surgery, is not good marketing - it is a sign of desperation. The best plastic surgeons are still busy in this contracting economy, and they are not discounting their fees. At the same time, the most expensive surgeon is not necessarily the most talented, so as a consumer you still have to research this carefully. There is much more to consider than just the price in dollars that you pay: is your surgeon actually listening to you, do they truly understand the appearance that you hope to achieve, do you feel that he or she will be easily available and attentive once the surgery has been performed. If you don't have a good feeling, don't stick around to 'save money', go somewhere else.
Web reference: http://michaellawmd.com
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