How Much Does Pulsed Dye Laser Treatment Cost?

How much does one Pulsed Dye Laser (PDL) session cost?

Doctor Answers 4

Depends on the area being treated, who is doing the treatment, and where you live

Cost depends on these 3 variables. If you are treating one tiny spot, the cost could be $100.00. Some patients need to treat their entire face, neck and chest and this can cost $1500-$2000. If you live in a major city, cost will most likely be more than it would be if you lived in a smaller town. Lastly, the experience of the treating physician will affect the cost because demand will be higher. Don't go for the cheapest price, do your research and choose a dermatologist or plastic surgeon that performs the procedure and doesn't have someone else in the office doing the treatment. This will ensure the best outcome for you. Take care, Dr. Groff

San Diego Dermatologist
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9339 Genesee Ave
San Diego, CA 92121

It may vary depending on the size usually 100-500$

Diode 532 laser is safest and quickest way to treat cherry angioma on your body.  Cost of this treatment depends on how many od those lesions you have and ranges between $150 and $500.  Usually cherry angiomas clear with one treatment.

Gregory Turowski, MD, PhD, FACS
Chicago Plastic Surgeon
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9843 Gross Point Rd
Skokie, IL 60076

Cost depends on the size of your area and your doctor

Cost depends on the size of the area you need treated and the physician you go to.  It also depends on what you are trying to target with the treatment.

Mitchel P. Goldman, MD
San Diego Dermatologic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 7 reviews

9339 Genesee Avenue
San Diego, CA 92121

Cost of pulse dye laser in Los Angeles

Pulse dye laser treatment costs vary from 150 dollars to 500 dollars per session. It really depends on what we are trying to target with the laser treatment. 

Raffy Karamanoukian, MD, FACS
Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 70 reviews

804 7th Street
Santa Monica, CA 90403

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