How Much Does Lip Augmentation Cost?
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Most lip augmentations can be done with a single 1ml syringe of Restylane or Juvederm. This will run between $500 and $600 dollars.
Cost of Lip Augmentation
In my practice, I perform lip augmentation with Restylane and Juvederm. The cost is in the $525-$575 range per syringe and I typically use less than one syringe to treat both upper and lower lip.
Lip Augmentations do great with Juvederm or Restylane @$550 per syringe
Temporary fillers such as Juvederm or Restylane do great for lip enhancements and run around $550 per syringe. It is best to do it in 2 sessions a few days or a week apart if getting it done for the first time. Most need only 1 syringe but some may need a 2nd syringe. Once you like the fuller or more shapely lips then many patients switch over to the permanent implants of which there are a few types now and do great and look natural. They run about $1500-2000 per lip.
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You could get a noticeable amount of augmentation for your lips with one syringe of juvaderm. In our Baltimore office, we charge $550 per syringe .
How much does lip augmentation cost?
The price of lip enhancement with a hyaluronic acid filler like Juvederm or Restylane depends on the amount of material used. In my plastic surgery practice we prefer being conservative. If a person wants more than 1 syringe of material they can come back within 2 weeks of having the procedure performed and receive 50% off the price of the first syringe.
How much does Lip Augmentation Cost?
If you opt for a temporary solution to lip enhancement, this can be achieved by filler. This can be done with a single 1ml syringe of Juvederm with the cost of approximately, £280 pounds.
Alternatively, you could opt for a permanent solution to lip enhancement, with the Permalip, lip implants. This would cost £1,500 per lip.
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