I hear so many costs per syringe starting at $600 for 2 syringes. The going price here by a plastic surgeon is $1000 per syringe with the 3rd one free. What's with all these cheap prices I read?
Cost of Artefill
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Artefill costs vary according to 0.4cc syringe vs 0.8 cc syringe.
Artefill cost is typically $600-750 for 0.4 cc syringe and $1000-1200 for a 0.8 cc syringe in Beverly Hills, CA. You are paying for the doc's expertise in injecting something that is permanent in some areas and 4-5 yrs in the nasolabial areas. You need to be skin tested 1st and then usually have it put in in 2 sessions 3-4 months apart. Sincerely,
Artefill is a great as a permanent filler
Prices vary upon region for any surgical or non-surgical procedure. With that being said, in Chicagoland area, it is most commonly quoted $800 - $1000. When purchasing more thab one syringe, the price may drop. Pricing also depends on who is injecting the product.
Artefill or Bellafill Prices
I have 9 years of experience with Bellafill or Artefill and feel comfortable injecting just about anywhere it is needed to restore volume.
I also act as a go to physician for problem cases with Artefill or Bellafill and I can tell you that 99% of the problems I see are either because the injector did not understand the product and treated it like a temporary filler or the error was purely injector error.
As long as you chose an experienced physician as your injector, I think you will be really pleased with your results. I caution patients all the time to be very wary of the cheaper price. This is a permanent product. You want the best taking care of you and that costs a little more!
I hope that helps.
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In our region, the cost per a syringe (0.8cc) of Artefill is between $800 and $1000. Occasionally, some doctors may offer a special introductory price of less than $800. In some cases, if more than one syringe is used in one treatment session, than subsequent syringes may be priced $100 to $200 less. While is is OK to shop by price, keep in mind that not every doctor is trained on proper use of this injectable. Obtain a consultation from a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Facial Plastic Surgeon or Dermatologist.
Artefill - cost
I'm not sure where you saw an Artefill syring costing $600 - I agree that $900-$1100 is how much a syringe costs, at least in my area. It's possible you saw an ad for one of the other fillers - those cost around $600. Many of my patients are happy to pay a little more for Artefill because it lasts significantly longer and ends up saving them money in the long run.
Dr. Cat Begovic M.D.
Cost of Artefill - financial & otherwise
The cost of Artefill varies from region to region and depends on the experience & training of the injector. Since you are injecting a "permanent" filler, you have to make sure its the Dermatologist or Plastic surgeon who is injecting you. That said, for a full syringe (0.8cc), costs will vary in Canada from about $750-$1200 per syringe, with a discount for using multiple syringes or if other services are combined (e.g. Botox)...there is no set price.
Artefill cost: "renting" versus "buying"
With all due respect to Dr. Hansen's comment, Artefill hasn't been available in the 0.4cc size for well over a year. If someone's offering a 0.4cc syringe, it's either old (expired) stock, not the real thing, or has been otherwise unofficially altered.
With only the 0.8cc syringe available, most patients will require 1 to 2 syringes of Artefill for a first treatment and then another 1 (or maybe 2) syringes for a second treatment a couple months later to finalize the look. And although it's about 2 to 3 times more expensive initially than temporary fillers, Artefill quickly comes out ahead cost-wise within about two to three years since it persists while the other all go away.
All the best,
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