I'm 39. I want to get juvederm in the creases that go from the sides of my nose down around my mouth and I want it in my top lip. How much would that cost, roughly?
Juvederm cost? (photo)
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Factors to consider for injector:
- Do they understand facial anatomy?
- What are their qualifications (Facial plastics surgeon, nurse, ER physician, etc)?
- Do they have an overall goal for me and plan?
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Great question but Juvederm comes in a variety of options. Juvederm Ultra XC or Ultra Plus XC??? Best to go to official Juvederm site and read. As for fees, each syringe has a fee for placement. The ranges per syringe are from $500 to $800. I might use 3 to 4 syringes for you so you can do the math. Also you can call a authorized Juvederm injecting doctor to see the fee charges.. Goos luck...//
How much Juvederm would I need
Usually one or more syringes is required for full correction of the NLF lines (those that go from your nose to the sides of your mouth) and therefore you would need an additional syringe for the lips. I don't recommend only filling the top lip though, as your lips should remain in proportion to what they are naturally. You don't want to look like a duck. So I would think you'd need at least 2 syringes of Juvederm. Your costs will depend upon who you have inject it. A board-certified physician will be much more experienced, and so those prices will be higher. If you have a nurse or lower leveled person inject you, it could be much cheaper. However, I always suggest you shop for the best person to do the job and not the best price. There are a lot of horror stories, even on this site, about people with poor injections done because they shopped for a cheap price, not a good injector.
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