Do you know the price point of Juvederm Vollure XC, which was recently approved by the FDA?

Also, how many syringes per side would be needed? Are the indications mainly for the nasolabial folds? I know in the study it is found to last up to 18 months, which is the longest of all the HA fillers in this area of the face.

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Do you know the price point of Vollure, which was recently approved by the FDA

Thank you for sharing your question.  Vollure is the newest HA filler approved for use in US and is indicated for the smile lines and other perioral creases.  Because of its duration of effects it is priced higher than Juvederm Ultra/Ultra Plus and you can expect a syringe to run between 700 and 1000 dollars depending on the part of the country.  Hope this helps.

Do you know the price point of Vollure, which was recently approved by the FDA

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Thank you for sharing your question.  Vollure is the newest HA filler approved for use in US and is indicated for the smile lines and other perioral creases.  Because of its duration of effects it is priced higher than Juvederm Ultra/Ultra Plus and you can expect a syringe to run between 700 and 1000 dollars depending on the part of the country.  Hope this helps.

Vollure Price Point

Vollure is the latest addition to the Juvederm family of fillers using Vycross technology similar to Voluma and Volbella. It is currently my new favorite filler! It's so versatile, soft and delivers natural results that can last up to 18 months. The added longevity comes with an added cost. Depending on where you live, you can expect to pay $700-$900 per syringe.

As with all cosmetic procedures, especially when it comes to fillers, the skill of the injectors is paramount. Always seek an expert in facial aesthetics, such as a board-certified dermatologist, to maximize results while minimizing side effects.

Vollure Price Point

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Vollure is the latest addition to the Juvederm family of fillers using Vycross technology similar to Voluma and Volbella. It is currently my new favorite filler! It's so versatile, soft and delivers natural results that can last up to 18 months. The added longevity comes with an added cost. Depending on where you live, you can expect to pay $700-$900 per syringe.

As with all cosmetic procedures, especially when it comes to fillers, the skill of the injectors is paramount. Always seek an expert in facial aesthetics, such as a board-certified dermatologist, to maximize results while minimizing side effects.

The cost per syringe of new Juvederm Vollure ranges...

Hi tjech, Thanks for your question. You’re correct - Juvederm Vollure was recently approved by the FDA with one of longest durations of any hyaluronic acid filler, up to 18 months. The price point per syringe seems to range from $700 to $900, or up to $1000 in major cities. Vollure is created with Vycross technology, meaning the molecules are cross-linked to hold up longer. Vollure’s consistency profile makes it ideal for the folds around the mouth. 

If you’re curious about Vollure or other dermal filler products for your nasolabial folds, the next step is to seek out an experienced, board certified aesthetic dermatologist for an in-person consultation. I recommend finding an expert in injectable treatment who carries a range of filler products and can help you create a treatment plan that best meets your goals and expectations. 

Sue Ellen Cox, MD
Raleigh-Durham Dermatologic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 4 reviews

The cost per syringe of new Juvederm Vollure ranges...

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Hi tjech, Thanks for your question. You’re correct - Juvederm Vollure was recently approved by the FDA with one of longest durations of any hyaluronic acid filler, up to 18 months. The price point per syringe seems to range from $700 to $900, or up to $1000 in major cities. Vollure is created with Vycross technology, meaning the molecules are cross-linked to hold up longer. Vollure’s consistency profile makes it ideal for the folds around the mouth. 

If you’re curious about Vollure or other dermal filler products for your nasolabial folds, the next step is to seek out an experienced, board certified aesthetic dermatologist for an in-person consultation. I recommend finding an expert in injectable treatment who carries a range of filler products and can help you create a treatment plan that best meets your goals and expectations. 

Sue Ellen Cox, MD
Raleigh-Durham Dermatologic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 4 reviews

Vollure

Vollure is the newest in Allergans filler line:  Voluma, Volbella, and now Vollure.  It is the intermediate grade filler and lasts about 18 months.  It is highly versatile and can be used in the nasolabial folds, marionette lines, midface and cheeks.

Vollure

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Vollure is the newest in Allergans filler line:  Voluma, Volbella, and now Vollure.  It is the intermediate grade filler and lasts about 18 months.  It is highly versatile and can be used in the nasolabial folds, marionette lines, midface and cheeks.

Vollure

Thank you for your question tjech. Vollure is a dermal filler used to enhance moderate to severe wrinkles on the face. These include the nasolabial folds, marionette lines, and wrinkles around this area. In can also be used off-label in other areas. The average number of syringes used in the pivotal studies was 1.7 per side. Pricing varies from office to office. Please click the link above for more information.

Please consult with a doctor for specific recommendations. Good luck!

Vollure

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Thank you for your question tjech. Vollure is a dermal filler used to enhance moderate to severe wrinkles on the face. These include the nasolabial folds, marionette lines, and wrinkles around this area. In can also be used off-label in other areas. The average number of syringes used in the pivotal studies was 1.7 per side. Pricing varies from office to office. Please click the link above for more information.

Please consult with a doctor for specific recommendations. Good luck!

What is the price of juvederm Vollure?

Thank you for your question. Juvederm Vollure recently got approved by the FDA to treat nasolabial folds. It lasts around 18 months. It's price range is similar to Juvederm Voluma. It is higher than regular juvederm  as it lasts longer.

I hope this helps. Best wishes (Dr. Salameh, Plastic Surgeon, Bowling Green, KY)

What is the price of juvederm Vollure?

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Thank you for your question. Juvederm Vollure recently got approved by the FDA to treat nasolabial folds. It lasts around 18 months. It's price range is similar to Juvederm Voluma. It is higher than regular juvederm  as it lasts longer.

I hope this helps. Best wishes (Dr. Salameh, Plastic Surgeon, Bowling Green, KY)

Price point of Juvederm Vollure XC

We charge $625 for Vollure. The clinical studies was based on an average of 1.8 syringes. Therefore to 2 syringes is sufficient to care for most patient's nasolabial folds. 

Price point of Juvederm Vollure XC

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We charge $625 for Vollure. The clinical studies was based on an average of 1.8 syringes. Therefore to 2 syringes is sufficient to care for most patient's nasolabial folds. 

Price of Vollure

Thank you for your question.  It's impossible to make exact recommendations without examining you in person, or at least reviewing photos.  Generally speaking, Juvederm Vollure is the newest, FDA-approved filler.  It is FDA approved for injection into moderate to severe facial folds and wrinkles - including the nasolabial folds, the marionette lines, and the corners of the mouth.  That said, it has been available in Europe and Canada for far longer than in the US, and can safely be used in other areas of the face as well.  

Pricing typically varies depending on the amount of product used, the experience and expertise of your injector, and location.  Generally, most physicians are pricing Vollure somewhere in between Juvederm Ultra Plus and Voluma.  I would recommend scheduling a consultation with a cosmetic dermatologist or plastic surgeon to discuss your concerns and to determine the best course of treatment to help you achieve your goals.  Best of luck!      

Faiyaaz Kalimullah, MD, FAAD
Chicago Dermatologic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 7 reviews

Price of Vollure

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Thank you for your question.  It's impossible to make exact recommendations without examining you in person, or at least reviewing photos.  Generally speaking, Juvederm Vollure is the newest, FDA-approved filler.  It is FDA approved for injection into moderate to severe facial folds and wrinkles - including the nasolabial folds, the marionette lines, and the corners of the mouth.  That said, it has been available in Europe and Canada for far longer than in the US, and can safely be used in other areas of the face as well.  

Pricing typically varies depending on the amount of product used, the experience and expertise of your injector, and location.  Generally, most physicians are pricing Vollure somewhere in between Juvederm Ultra Plus and Voluma.  I would recommend scheduling a consultation with a cosmetic dermatologist or plastic surgeon to discuss your concerns and to determine the best course of treatment to help you achieve your goals.  Best of luck!      

Faiyaaz Kalimullah, MD, FAAD
Chicago Dermatologic Surgeon

Do You Know The Price Point Of Juvederm Vollure XC, Which Was Recently Approved By The FDA?

Thank you for your question.  The Juvederm Collection of Fillers currently consists of three hyaluronic acid based fillers: Juvederm, Voluma and Volbella.  Juvederm will last for up to 1 year and is most useful for treatment of areas around the mouth and nose, including the nasolabial folds.  Voluma is a thicker filler designed for a deeper injection in the cheek or midfacial area, with results lasting for up to 2 years.  Voluma will restore age-related volume loss, while also providing an upward lift.  The latest addition to the Juvederm Collection of Fillers is Volbella, which is FDA-approved for lip augmentation and the treatment of vertical lip lines.  Volbella has the lowest concentration of hyaluronic acid and is less viscous, so it can be injected more superficially.  Volbella will also last for up to one year.  Juvederm, Voluma and Volbella are excellent products.  Beautiful and natural results can be achieved.  The amount of product required for optimal treatment varies depending on the patient's starting point and desired result.  Cost will also vary by geography and the practice.  Please be sure to see an expert injector for an in-person consultation to fully discuss your goals and expectations in order to determine the best treatment plan.  Hope this helps and best wishes!   

Do You Know The Price Point Of Juvederm Vollure XC, Which Was Recently Approved By The FDA?

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Thank you for your question.  The Juvederm Collection of Fillers currently consists of three hyaluronic acid based fillers: Juvederm, Voluma and Volbella.  Juvederm will last for up to 1 year and is most useful for treatment of areas around the mouth and nose, including the nasolabial folds.  Voluma is a thicker filler designed for a deeper injection in the cheek or midfacial area, with results lasting for up to 2 years.  Voluma will restore age-related volume loss, while also providing an upward lift.  The latest addition to the Juvederm Collection of Fillers is Volbella, which is FDA-approved for lip augmentation and the treatment of vertical lip lines.  Volbella has the lowest concentration of hyaluronic acid and is less viscous, so it can be injected more superficially.  Volbella will also last for up to one year.  Juvederm, Voluma and Volbella are excellent products.  Beautiful and natural results can be achieved.  The amount of product required for optimal treatment varies depending on the patient's starting point and desired result.  Cost will also vary by geography and the practice.  Please be sure to see an expert injector for an in-person consultation to fully discuss your goals and expectations in order to determine the best treatment plan.  Hope this helps and best wishes!   

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