Elaine, Juvederm is not sold per "unit." Botox is sometimes sold per "unit," which may lead to some confusion. Also there are two kinds of Juvederm, Juvederm Ultra and Juvederm UltraPlus. It is typically sold per syringe. The prices can vary widely, ranging anywhere from $400 per syringe to $1000 per syringe. However, there is more than just the cost. If you find a good price per syringe, but the person injecting it has no idea wat they are doing, then you are not going to be too happy. It is better to get recommendations and find a good injector. Like most things in life, you get what you pay for. You might also want to ask about Juvederm Events at your doctors office - these events often give nice discounts for trying the product. Good luck.
What is the Average Cost of Juvederm Per Unit?
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Average Cost of Juvederm
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Average price of Juvederm
The cost of injection for Juvederm can vary tremendously.
The cost of injections of Juvederm can vary tremendously as with many aesthetic procedures depending on who is injecting you, their skill and the value of their time. Essentially anyone can inject a filler somewhere; however, you need a skilled injector who is artistic and has an excellent understanding of facial anatomy. I prefer to use microcannulas for many of my HA injections such as Juvederm and Restlylane. This technique allows me to deliver the product precisely with minimal discomfort and no bruising.
Juvederm is sold by the syringe, not unit.
Botox can be sold by the unit or area. Juvederm comes in a syringe, and is usually sold by the syringe. Prices range depending on the experience of the injector, and part of the country you reside in. They can range at the time of this writing from $600 to $900 per syringe.
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