I want to get Radiesse for my facial folds. What is the average price for a Radiesse injection
How Much Does Radiesse Cost?
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Radiesse in the Bay Area is between 600 and 1000$
In our practice we charge 950$ for the fist syringe of Radiesse, and 850 for additional syringes. Some important things to know about Radiesse:
- Little thicker, stronger (like peanut butter)
- Large volume in a vial, can treat multiple areas
- Slightly higher complication rate, must be careful not to inject into vessels
- Not reversible like HA's
- Opaque, not clear, so can't be used for tear trough areas
All that being said, it's Great for non-surgical chin augmentation, cheek augmentation, nasolabial folds, cheek indentations.
In our practice we use a microcannula which reduces the risk of intravascular injection.
Good luck finding information!
Radiesse cost in Atlanta
The cost of Radiesse varies based on the geographic location, the size of the syringe, and the experience of the plastic surgeon injecting it. The more important question is what is the cost to your face if you have problems. There are discount spas that offer it for as little as $400 and we see it upwards of $1000 in some areas. The cost of Radiesse has definitely decreased over the last few years. On average, Radiesse costs $600-$800 in most areas in experienced hands. Also keep in mind that Radiesse offers 50% more filler than Juvederm or Restylane and as it wears off, part of it gets replaced by collagen making Radiesse a good value.
How Much Does Radiesse Cost?
At our practice, we rarely see patients choose the smaller syringe size for Radiesse because for the areas it is injected, it usually requires at least 1.5 cc of Radiesse. The full syringe of Radiesse in our area can be priced as low as about $400 or $450 and can go up as high as $1000.
What we have found is that most practitioners that are selling Radiesse below $500 per syringe are not purchasing it from the manufacturer and are instead "importing" it (which is against the law) from other countries. We know this because we know which competitors sell the product and the sales reps for the manufacturers tell us which practices are buying direct.
Buyer beware. Cheap injection products most likely mean they are coming from overseas. This is a problem in determining if the product is authentic and also that it has been stored, shipped and maintained in accordance with manufacturer's specifications.
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Radiesse comes in 0.8 cc syringes and 1.5 cc syringes. Our office currently charges 650. for the large syring and 450. for the smaller one, and we have RNs and MDs perfoming the injections.
Cost of Radiesse
The cost of Radiesse varies based on the experience of the injector (are they a specialist like a dermatologist or plastic surgeon), or are they a nurse delegated the task. Also, the number of syringes is important since most physicians offer a quantity discount. Generally speaking, a full syringe (now 1.5cc) would cost between $500-$800.
Thanks for the question. Radiesse is priced per syringe. Recently, Bioform Medical Inc. released three different aliquot sizes. Radiesse is now available in 0.3, 0.8, and 1.5 cc syringes. The price is variable depending on the region of the country as well as the level of expertise of the injector. In Beverly Hills, the price for a 1.5 cc syringe generally ranges from $599 to $1200. Best of luck!
Cost of Radiesse has diminished over the past few years
The cost of Radiesse has come down over the past several years as the company has lowered their pricing to the surgeons. Generally speaking, you should be able to find Radiesse priced around $700-$800 per syringe.
The prices of Radiesse, like all things, varies. The range I have seen is from $500 to $950 per 1.3 cc syringe in my part of the country. or deep folds and significant volume correction, more than 1 syringe may be needed.
Cost comparison for Radiesse - Los Angeles
The cost comparison of Radiesse to Juvederm or Restylane should take into account the following benefits of Radiesse. It is partly a stimulatory filler, acting to stimulate further collagen deposition, unlike Juvederm or Restylane. Second, the amount of filler in one syringe is far greater in the Radiesse, at 1.5 cc vs. 0.8 cc in a Juvederm syringe.
Raffy Karamanoukian MD FACS