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How Much Will Restylane Cost in the Upper and Lower Lips?

how much is restylane injections in the upper and lower lips? my mouth with age has gotten very thin, i barley have any lips i need to know the cost of this thank you. and if you dont have a credit card is there a payment plan? and if not will insurance pay for it?

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Restylane cost for lips

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In Toronto, Ontario, Restylane is generally charged by the syringe. It would range from $600 to $700 for a syringe. The amount you would require depends on a physical examination of your concern and your expectations. I have seen beautiful results achieved by half a syringe, however you would probably need one or more since it sounds like you'd like a dramatic improvement.


Toronto Plastic Surgeon
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Restylane cost

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The cost per syringe varies around the country.  Assume the range is probably $500-$1000/syringe and you  may need one or more for the lips depending upon what you wan to achieve.

Steven Wallach, MD
Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
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Usually restylane ranges between $750 - $1000

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Usually restylane ranges between $750 - $1000. It depends on how much product is used to achieve the desired result.  We have payment plans that start at 0% interest.  Insurance usually will not cover cosmetic procedures.

Joseph A. Eviatar, MD, FACS
New York Oculoplastic Surgeon
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Some people will only require one syringe for both the upper and lower lip areas. Others might require two and rarely more.  Filler treatment can be an art and it is up to the physician to charge what they feel is appropriate, but it can range from 500 to more than 800 dollars per syringe.

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Cost of Restylane, Perlane and Juvederm

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In general the costs of fillers such as Restylane, Perlane and Juvederm is relatively the same. Prices may vary amongst physician offices. Price is based upon how many syringes are utilized. Many physician offices have credit that they offer through a third party for people that cannot afford the cost. Insurance does not pay for this. The amount of filler used in the lips in generally small and thus less expensive than other areas of the face.

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