How much does Juvederm cost?

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Cost of Juvederm

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  $550 or $600 is about the cheapest for Juvederm in the Los Angeles area.  Some offices may charge close to double that.

Juvederm expertise, location, and quantity used play a role in cost

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Prices vary by location, expertise of doctor, and how much you are using.  Usually, in New York City, prices can range between $700-$800 per syringe.  

Juvederm Pricing

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Prices for Juvederm will vary significantly depending on the geographic location of the practice and the expertise of the patient. We typically charge $650 for 1 syringe or $900 for 2 syringes of Juvederm.

Kris M. Reddy, MD, FACS
West Palm Beach Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 56 reviews

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How much does Juvederm Cost?

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Depends on your location but $500-$550 per syringe is average in our area.  There is often a discount for multiple syringes. 

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How much does Juvederm cost

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RealSelf posts that the average price of Juvederm is $675. This is a national average though. Your injector (which is KEY!), your location, and other factors play a part in pricing.

How much does Juvederm cost?

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The cost of Juvederm will vary from doctor to doctor and will also be depend on how much is used.  You would really need to consult with a physician to get an estimate of the cost for your particular case.  

Michael I. Echavez, MD
San Francisco Facial Plastic Surgeon
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