How much do fat injections typically cost for face treatments?
How Much Does Fat Injection Cost?
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How much does fat grafting cost?
Therefore, the price of a facial fat grafting will depend on exactly what each person needs and the time required to perform surgery. To select a plastic surgeon, take your time researching , visiting websites, view many, many before and after photos and speak to former patients.
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Cost of Fat Grafting
Fat grafting cost varies based on how many facial areas are treated. Some patients prefer to have anesthesia so this will also add to the total cost. Where the surgery is performed will also dictate cost.
1. Location: only eyes, price begins at 2000 vs. full face around 4000. Buttock or breast fat grafting can cost 5 to 6,000.
2. Anesthesia: can add about 1000 to the cost.
3. Where surgery is performed. Some surgeons will use a non certified procedure room or exam room. Although there is often a very low fee for use of the exam room and supplies, the added complication risk out weighs the benefits of cost savings. We perform our procedures in a Joint Commission Certified in office surgical suite for added safety. Cost for use of our facility is about 1000 to 1500. Some surgeons perform these surgeries in hospitals where facility fees are much higher, often 3,000 and up.
Naturalfill fat transfer
The cost of fat transfer does not necessarily have to be that much, but this all depends on where you go, how many areas are treated, and most importantly, the technique used by the doctor treating you. I just demonstrated my Naturalfill procedure on Dr. Oz last week, where I use the Aqualipo procedure to flush out intact fat cells without any general anesthesia or any need to 'process' the fat. My patients can have facial fat transfer performed for $2500, because our techniques do not require excessive time/anesthesia costs. Hope this helps.
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Fat Transfer Cost
Fat transfer (fat grafting/injections) is one of the most technically and artistically challenging procedures in facial rejuvenation. It is also one of the most rewarding if done well. The results will leave the face fresh looking, healthy, and fundamentally naturally rejuvenated. In order to get it right, the surgeon needs to make sure the fat grafts are living by the time they harvest them and isolate them. Next, the way it is injected will also determine if the grafts will take a permanent residence in the injected area. These aspects are technical and if anything is done incorrectly here the grafts won't make it. This is the technical aspect of the procedure. The artistic part comes from making sure things look natural and enhanced in the correct way. As a result of the demanding nature of the procedure, the cost will vary with a trend toward great expense to have a surgeon with a proven long-term track record. Cost will also vary based on areas treated. For example, the cost of injecting fat under the eyes only is less expensive than injecting it throughout the whole face. One word of advice... when it comes to fat transfer DO NOT price shop. Since the results are permanent, if it is not done right, the consequences can be very difficult to correct.
Cost of Facial Fat Injections
The cost for fat grafting to the face varies. If it is done in conjunction with other facial surgical procedures it would cost less as my practice would discount it. As the sole procedure, facial fat transfer cost would run between $2500-$3000 depending on the number of areas and relative amounts/operating time required.
Fat Transfer Cost in the FACE
The cost of fat transfer to the face varies on the amount that is harvested and transfered.
- 5 ml - $1500
- 10 ml - $2000
- 20 ml - $3000
These prices vary based on the local market, but can be used as a guide. What is equally important to realize is how cost effective fat transfer is. Compare using fat transfer to fill in the cheek folds (nasolabial folds):
Radiesse-about $800 per syringe and 2 syringes are needed per treatment = $1600 per treatment, which only lasts 1-2 years (*at most).
Fat transfer 10 ml-$2000 for one procedure. Around the mouth, I tell people that about 50% will survive the transfer process, so I overinject just a bit. Theorhetically, this lasts forever.
Fat grafting cost
At our practice we charge by the milliliter of fat that is transferred up to a certain amount. For instance 1 mL of fat to transfer is 900$. For a full facial rejuvenation we typically require anywhere from 25-45mL of fat so in that case we offer a flat rate of $ 4,500 dollars.
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How much does fat injection cost?
Fat grafting costs
Facial Fat grafting is fairly economical- in terms of the results the technique can achieve, their permanence, and the temporary filler treatments that become unnecessary once facial fat grafting is done. The cost for the procedure varies- expect to pay around $4500-5000 for fat grafting to the mid-face.
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