How Much Does a Phenol Peel Cost?
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Phenol peel costs
Cost of a phenol peel correlates with depth of the peel but in our area is around 3000 dollars.
The peel can be performed to the full face, which I usually recommend so that the treatment line of demarcation can be placed along the jawline. Spot treatment leads to isolated red areas that take a few weeks to go away and can be difficult to conceal.
I know of no other modality of facial resurfacing that can deliver the results achieved with a phenol peel. I have never seen cardiac toxicity with this peel and I think this is a scare tactic used by doctors who do not know how to perform them and have expensive laser payments to make.
Cost of a phenol peel
The cost of chemical peels depends on the location and depth of the peel. Phenol should not be used all over the face because too much of it can cause cardiac problems. Therefore, phenol is most commonly used as a deep peel agent for around the eyes. If this is the one are that is being treated, it can be done in the office under local anesthetic. The price can vary but is usually between $800-$2000.
Cost of a Phenol Peel
The patient must decide what is most important: (1) tolerating the procedure, (2) getting the best results, (3) low cost,, or (4) whether having the procedure must be totally kept from view by others. This Practice has performed under 5700 peels over 26 years. The phenol and croton oil system when concientiously prepared and applied to the properly informed patient, will yield superior results for the majority of patients. Patients of color may also receive benefit when the skin is conditioned, and maintenance measures are instituted when having phenol or other peels.
Fee range is $650 to $4500.
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Cost depends on the complexity and depth of the peel
PHENOL PEELS ARE GREAT RESURFACING AGENTS, DECREASING OR ELIMINATING WRINKLES. THEY ARE COST EFFECTIVE.
PHENOL PEELS ARE GREAT FOR RESURFACING AND TAKING CARE OF WRINKLES.
MOST IMPORTANTLY THEY ARE SAFE
phenol peels vary in price depending on the area treated as well as the depth treated.
cost may vary between $1000-$6000.
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