Average Cost for Restylane Under Eye Fillers?

What's the average cost for restalyne fillers under eye? I went for a consultation with an oculoplastic surgeon, he says I need 1 syringe per eye,$2500 Tx both eyes. Price is expensive, please let me know if this price is reasonable/ not? Where can I find an affordable oculoplastic surgeon in CA?

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Restylane cost

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In Toronto, Ontario, Restylane is generally charged by the syringe and not by the area. It would range from $600 to $700 for a syringe regardless of where it is injected. The amount you would require depends on a physical examination of your concern and your expectations.

Under eye Restylane is the most demanding location.

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What you are paying for is yes the cost of the Restylane.  However, you are also paying for the time of the surgeon to use their experience, skill, and artistry to place the material.   The material can't be just slammed in like it is low in the cheek or in the chin, or nasolabial fold.  This is essentially surgery that happens to be performed in the office through a needle.  With experience, under eye Restylane is more powerful than any midface or lower eyelid surgery.  Yes the service is expensive.  However it is also an art form.  I am not familiar with too many dermatologists in Los Angeles who are doing a great job under the eyes and only charging $800 per syringe.  

Kenneth D. Steinsapir, MD
Beverly Hills Oculoplastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 26 reviews

Check with your plastic surgeon, get an accurate estimate!

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In the vast majority of medical practices, Restylane is charged by the syringe. A syringe that holds 1.0cc of Restylane typically costs between $400 and $600. The number of syringes utilized is dependent on the patient’s physical findings and aesthetic goals.
It’s important to discuss these issues with your plastic surgeon before proceeding with treatment. This will minimize confusion and ultimately result in a higher level of patient satisfaction.

As an adjunct

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In our practice we don't use fillers as money makers. It is an adjunct I offer patients to maximize their results but that is it really. I do all my own injections. If it is going to be my name associated with the results, I prefer to be the one injecting. That being said I do end up doing a lot of injections as patients are more and more asking for quick procedure results with little downtimes. I prefer to operated but the goal is happy patients. So be it haha. 

Fillers do give good results. Below is the link for my pricing. 

Hope this helps.

Best of luck,

DrC

Benjamin Caughlin, MD
Chicago Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 13 reviews

Average cost for Restalyne under eye

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I typically use one syringe for both eyes with excellent and lasting results for a cost of $660.00. Without an exam I can't tell you whether you really need to syringes, but you may wish to get a second opinion. Please use a board certified physician - Restylane injections require an expert.

Richard Zienowicz, MD
Providence Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 67 reviews

Cost of filler for under eyes

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The cost charged for filler under the eyelid may be dependent on the complexity of your situation, the amount of product, the city and the phsyician. 800 - 1600 or more.

Ronald Shelton, MD
Manhattan Dermatologic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 39 reviews

Under eye restylane

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The fee for restylane can vary around the country. I think you can find a range between $650 -$1250/syringe in most communities.

Steven Wallach, MD
New York Plastic Surgeon
4.2 out of 5 stars 30 reviews

Average cost for Restylane under the eye

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The cost for Restylane under the eyes is going to vary for every patient as some patients may need more product than others, depending on the anatomy and the desired level of correction. 

While some injectors may charge different prices to inject certain areas, most will charge by the syringe, regardless of where the product is placed. Prices per syringe usually lie in the $500-$700 range, but this can vary. Some patients may be able to get a nice improvement with one syringe of Restylane under the eyes, while others may require 2-3 syringes AND cheek augmentation or even lower blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery).  

All the best,

Matthew Richardson, MD
Frisco Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 7 reviews

Depends on quantity used

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Depending on the amount of filer used- the price will go up. I generally go very conservative under the eyes and seldom use more than 0.5 cc of filler per tear trough. The price of the filler will depend on where you are and what your market is like. 

Sameer Bashey, MD
Beverly Hills Dermatologic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 9 reviews

Restylane Cost

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The cost of Restylane is mostly dependent on the amount that will be used to attain your desired goals. Some spas or clinics would price a Restylane treatment based on the area that will be treated. The latter varies greatly though. As for the former, pricing based on the amount of Restylane used, price range would be anywhere between $100 to $1600, with the average of roughly $750.

 

Usually, one syringe having 1cc of Restylane is used per eye area. However, I will not be able to accurately tell you how much you need without proper and thorough assessment. The amount that you will need can be determined based on the physical exam and patient findings of your doctor.

 

Generally, your estimate amount can be based on the amount of Restylane that might be used on you, the complexity of your case, the location of the facility where your treatment will be performed, as well as the experience and certification of your doctor. Restylane injections entail a skilled physician  so make sure your find a board certified doctor  for your treatment.

Robert W. Sheffield, MD
Santa Barbara Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 22 reviews

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