What is the Cost of Restylane?

What is the cost of Restylane on wrinkles or lines above the upper lip?

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Restylane cost

In Toronto, Ontario, Restylane is generally charged by the syringe. It would range from $600 to $700 for a syringe. The amount you would require depends on a physical examination of your concern and your expectations.

Toronto Plastic Surgeon
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Cost of Restylane

The cost of restylane varies across the country and even in the same city. We typically charge $600 for a 1.0 cc syringe. Depending on the depth of lines, a 0.5 cc syringe may be an option as well. When you are comparing pricing ensure that you are comparing the quality of injector and the quantity of the product. The term syringe alone is insufficient to compare apples with apples.

Kris M. Reddy, MD, FACS
West Palm Beach Plastic Surgeon
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Cost of Restylane

The cost of Restylane in South Los Angeles near our Torrance office varies between $400 and $600 for a 1 cc syringe. In Northern Orange County, CA, it's a bit higher, approximately $450 - $600 per 1 cc syringe.

Harold J. Kaplan, MD
Los Angeles Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Restylane cost

The cost of a syringe of Restylane varies, but is generally in the 400-500 dollar range. One syringe will be more than sufficient to treat your upper lip area, you may even have some left over which can be used at a later date.

Consult with a board certified plastic surgeon or dermatologist for further information regarding restylane, cost, complications, etc.

William Bruno, MD
Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon
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Restylane cost $480 a vial

The cost of Restylane injection will vary at each doctors office. Our office here in Atlanta, GA charges $480.00 per Restylane vial (at this time).

Vincent N. Zubowicz, MD
Atlanta Plastic Surgeon
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