Written by Emel Gerdaneri.
Here's What You Need to Know About How To Budget for a Filler Treatment
According to our review among Newlyme doctors, the average price of dermal fillers is around 750 dollar. However, this cost can go down to 180 dollar depending on various factors.
What kind of a budget we should allocate for filler treatment also develops depending on these factors. We asked our doctors about this fluctuation in filler prices and how it changed:
1) Doctor's Experience:
As you can imagine, any doctor with decades of experience and a packed patient program will be pricey.
The most important thing to remember is not to bargain on the price. For example, getting fillers for wrinkle treatment may seem as normal to you as getting a haircut, but the risks of an unsuccessful filler procedure are much more serious or longer lasting.
Do your research and make sure your doctor is skilled and of course experienced enough to give you a safe and beautiful result. I recommend that you focus on the experience of the doctor rather than the filler prices.”
2) The Area Treated and Type Of Filler
Medical Physician Sevgi Ekiyor MD: “The most popular types of filler treatments can be said to plump thin lips, add volume to cheeks, chin augmentation, create jawline or soften nasolabial folds, that is, smile lines.
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Like all procedures, prices can vary considerably, which also depends on the area being treated and the type of filler. For example, injections into areas such as under-eye grooves may be more difficult, others may require more fillers to treat, which will increase the cost.
The type of filler used for your procedure can significantly affect the price of the filler. Your doctor will help you determine which product is best for your aesthetic goals, but if budget is important, it's a good idea to ask which brands are the most affordable.
Juvéderm is one of the most popular brands of hyaluronic acid-based fillers on the market. It offers 10 different formulas to address a variety of concerns, including Juvéderm Voluma for chin and cheek augmentation, Juvéderm Volbella or Ultra Plus for lip augmentation, and Juvéderm Vollure for nasolabial folds and other lines around the mouth.
Restylane, another popular hyaluronic acid filler brand, has seven different formulas to help add volume and soften deep folds.
Preferences may vary according to many factors such as bond structure and bond ratio and bond type, and of course the patient.
Radiesse is made with calcium hydroxylapatite, a naturally occurring ingredient in your bones that can be used for deep facial folds and even plumping the look of aging hands.
Radiesse is injected into the bone line, and the lift effect is high. Radiesse's Turkish equivalent, Novuma, is among my favorites recently.
Apart from these, Los Deline, with its former name Aquafilling, is among the fillers we use for non-surgical buttock augmentation…”
3) The Dose You Need and The Total Number of Fields
Medical Physician Gokce Haspolat MD: “Usually, filler packages start from 1 cc. Depending on the treatment area and how much volume the patient needs, we may need more than 1 cc of product to achieve the results we want.
The amount of filler we apply to some parts of the face, including the cheeks and jawline, is more than 1 cc. As the dose increases, dermal filler costs will increase as well.
In addition, if you have injections in more than one area of your face or body in a single appointment, this will increase the prices of fillers. Different areas often need multiple doses and different types of fillers.
It's also important to note that some dermal fillers last longer than others, which means fewer appointments in the long run.
For example, most formulas available for jawline fillers and cheek injections can last at least a year and a half and up to three years.
Especially in face fillers, the more active parts of the face tend to metabolize the filler faster. These are the deep facial folds around the lips, nose, and mouth. Even the longest-lasting filler used for lip injections is unlikely to last more than a year.
You will need to be treated more often to maintain your results in these areas, and that means more appointments and more expenses. However, it should be added that 10% of the fillers remain in the body.
For example, let's say 3 ml of filler was used on the jawline, when the effect goes away after 1 year, the same ml is not made, we use less filler.
Written on 09/02/2022
Last Update: 01/07/2022