How Much Does Lip Enhancement Cost?

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Cost of lip injections

The cost of lip filler really depends on the amount in syringes as well as the type of product that is to be injected.

Fort Worth Plastic Surgeon
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Cost of lip enhancement

Thank you for the question. Lip enhancement cost will depend on the product used and the area of the country. Pricing is different in Arizona, California or New York. In Tucson, the average cost per syringe is about $525-$550. Make sure you are choosing an experienced injector. Cheapest is not always best when it comes to lip enhancement or really anything for that matter.


Good day, thank you for your inquiry. There are different options for enhancing your lips. Lip lift, lip augmentation with fillers or implants, or fat injections. Temporary fillers such as Juvederm, Emervel, Perlane or Belotero are all great options. They vary in price between $650 - $850 according to product, physician experience and geographical location.A lip lift is a surgical procedure that modifies the appearance of the lips through reshaping techniques. The procedure increases the prominence of the vermillion border (the red coloured area that is adjacent to regular skin). If your vermillion border is not clearly defined, it may look like your lips are either too thin, or simply a straight line with no contours. A lip lift will rectify this situation by giving you a sharp yet aesthetically pleasing contrast between your vermillion border and the skin under your nose. Price varies between $2000-$3000Fat injections are your 3rd option. Liposuction is performed from an area on the body, processed, cleaned, and readied. It is then re-injected into your lips. It is a simple procedure with great results. Price varies between $1500 - $3000. Be sure to consult with a board certified plastic surgeon for best results.Best of Luck!

Omar Fouda Neel, MD, FRCSC, FACS
Montreal Plastic Surgeon
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Options for Lip Enhancement

Lip enhancement could be achieved through a variety of procedures including:

1. Lip fillers (Resytlane/Juvederm/Restylane Silk/Belotero) - Theses are injectables that should be touched up or added to every 6-12 months. In general, these cost $600-$800 per syringe.

2. Lip Implants - These are soft silastic implants that are placed in the lip under local anesthesia, IV sedation or general anesthesia and are permanent. These cost $2000-$3000 per lip.

3. Lip Lift surgeries - These are surgeries that are performed to "lift" the lip so that more of the lip shows. There are a variety of techniques to accomplish this. These are performed under local anesthesia, IV sedation or general anesthesia. The results are permanent. The cost of this procedure varies from $5000-$7000.

4. Fat grafting - Fat from one part of the body can be removed, purified and then placed in the lip for more fullness. This procedure can be unpredictable in terms of its results, so it must be performed very conservatively. The cost of this procedure varies from $3500-$5000.

Sarmela Sunder, MD
Los Angeles Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Price of Lip Augmentation

The price of lip augmentation can range from $295.00 for Prevelle Silk, a hyaluronic acid based product that lasts approximately 3 months, to several thousand dollars for structural fat grafting, a permanent option for fuller lips or for adding fullness to other areas of the face.

Michael Law, MD
Raleigh-Durham Plastic Surgeon
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Lips, Lips and more lips

This is a very "hot" procedure right now. It gives immediate and transformational results.

The cost depends on what you want to use to augment. I recommend restylane for fillers but fat transfer is really my favorite. 

We charge 600 $ /  syringe. Only the surgeons inject in our practice.

Hope this helps.

Best of luck,


Benjamin Caughlin, MD
Chicago Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Cost for Filler to the Lips

Thank you for your question.  There are various types of filler that can be used to enhance the lips.  This can be decided once you determine that look that you are trying to achieve.  At Transformations Plastic Surgery, we charge $600 per syringe for Juvederm and Restylane Silk. Depending on how full you would like the lips to be, one syringe may be sufficient enough or you could need additional product to get you to your desired results.

Landon Pryor, MD, FACS
Rockford Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 38 reviews

Lip Injections

This depends on the amount of product you need to achieve your desired lip volume. At Juvly Aesthetics, Restylane, Silk and Juvederm each cost $499 per syringe. Be wary of pricing that is overly discounted. Lip augmentation requires a great deal of precision and skill and can really alter the balance of your face when done poorly. Best of luck!

Justin Harper, MD
Columbus Physician
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Lip Enhancement Cost

Thank you for your question. A lip enhancement can cost anywhere from $500-$1000 depending on the product and amount used. The qualifications and experience of the injector also play a role in the overall price. All the best. 

Samuel Hetz, MSc, MD
Ottawa Physician
5.0 out of 5 stars 5 reviews

Anywhere between £300 and £500 in central London, UK

The cost of lip enhancement in the UK varies on the product used and the amount used based on the effect you want to achieve. The average cost per syringe is about £350. It is possible to find discounts and offers, but the cheapest treatment many not be best. Always make sure you are choosing an experienced injector, and someone with medical knowledge. Remember, the lips are very noticeable and it's important to think about the treatment and your desired results. Arrange a free consultation to discuss your ideas with the practitioner who will go on to perform the treatment for you - and at this point, as for before and after shots. Make sure you raise any concerns, ask questions and that you are completely comfortable before going ahead.

Rupert Critchley, MD, MRCGP
London Physician
5.0 out of 5 stars 18 reviews

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