How Much Does Radiesse Cost?

I want to get Radiesse for my facial folds. What is the average price for a Radiesse injection

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How Much Does Radiesse Cost?

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At our practice, we rarely see patients choose the smaller syringe size for Radiesse because for the areas it is injected, it usually requires at least 1.5 cc of Radiesse.  The full syringe of Radiesse in our area can be priced as low as about $400 or $450 and can go up as high as $1000.  

What we have found is that most practitioners that are selling Radiesse below $500 per syringe are not purchasing it from the manufacturer and are instead "importing" it (which is against the law) from other countries.  We know this because we know which competitors sell the product and the sales reps for the manufacturers tell us which practices are buying direct.

Buyer beware.  Cheap injection products most likely mean they are coming from overseas.  This is a problem in determining if the product is authentic and also that it has been stored, shipped and maintained in accordance with manufacturer's specifications.

Los Angeles Facial Plastic Surgeon
4.4 out of 5 stars 7 reviews

Cost of Radiesse

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The cost of Radiesse varies based on the experience of the injector (are they a specialist like a dermatologist or plastic surgeon), or are they a nurse delegated the task. Also, the number of syringes is important since most physicians offer a quantity discount. Generally speaking, a full syringe (now 1.5cc) would cost between $500-$800.

Benjamin Barankin, MD, FRCPC
Toronto Dermatologic Surgeon

Radiesse cost in Atlanta

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The cost of Radiesse varies based on the geographic location, the size of the syringe, and the experience of the plastic surgeon injecting it.  The more important question is what is the cost to your face if you have problems.  There are discount spas that offer it for as little as $400 and we see it upwards of $1000 in some areas.  The cost of Radiesse has definitely decreased over the last few years.  On average, Radiesse costs $600-$800 in most areas in experienced hands.  Also keep in mind that Radiesse offers 50% more filler than Juvederm or Restylane and as it wears off, part of it gets replaced by collagen making Radiesse a good value. 

Mike Majmundar, MD
Atlanta Facial Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 50 reviews

Radiesse cost

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Thanks for the question. Radiesse is priced per syringe. Recently, Bioform Medical Inc. released three different aliquot sizes. Radiesse is now available in 0.3, 0.8, and 1.5 cc syringes. The price is variable depending on the region of the country as well as the level of expertise of the injector. In Beverly Hills, the price for a 1.5 cc syringe generally ranges from $599 to $1200. Best of luck!

Glenn Vallecillos, MD, FACS
Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 30 reviews

Radiesse price

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The prices of Radiesse, like all things, varies. The range I have seen is from $500 to $950 per 1.3 cc syringe in my part of the country. or deep folds and significant volume correction, more than 1 syringe may be needed.


Bryan K. Chen, MD
San Diego Dermatologist

Radiesse Pricing

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Radiesse is a different kind of filler in terms of composition.   It is made of Calcium hydroxyapatite not hyaluronic acid fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm. It is a thicker substance.  It also has a longer duration from anywhere between 12-18 months.  Radiesse also requires a detailed understanding of facial anatomy.  As far as cost in Santa Barbara, a charge between $700 to $900 is reasonable, however, you have to take into account the location of  the treatment area and the skill level of the injector.

Robert W. Sheffield, MD
Santa Barbara Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 23 reviews

Cost of Radiesse

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Thank you for your question. We charge $1000 for a 1.5cc syringe of Radiesse.

Best of luck! 

Dr. M

Morgan Rabach, MD
New York Dermatologist

Radiesse Pricing

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Radiesse pricing is variable, based on geographic location, the experience/qualifications of the injector, the volume/correction desired, etc...  There are two options of Radiesse syringes, 0.8mL and 1.5mL, and both will likely be priced differently.  The average 1.5mL syringe of Radiesse is priced around $500 in Colorado. 

Aaron D. Smith, MD
Colorado Springs Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 30 reviews

Radiesse costs

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The cost of Radiesse varies from location to location.

We charge an injection fee and an additional fee for the materials While some patients just want one product, many will have Botox or Xeomin injections into furrows, Radiesse in the cheeks for a lift effect, Belotero in very fine lines, and Restylane into the lips.

We charge $500.00 for a 1.5 cc Radiesse syringe.

Harry Goldin, MD
Skokie Dermatologist

Cost of Radiesse

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The cost of depends on the volume of the syringe and the experience of the person injecting it. The more the experience, the more the fees. Radiesse is sold in syringes of 1.5ml and 0.8ml. Radiesse 1.5ml in our Atlanta and Marietta office is about $650 per syringe. We use Radiesse for facial and hand rejuvenation. As an international plastic surgeon, I inject Radiesse in other countries. In Nigeria, we charge $1000 per syringe. It cost more in Nigeria because of the cost of importation.

Stanley Okoro, MD
Atlanta Plastic Surgeon
4.7 out of 5 stars 168 reviews

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