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How Much Are Dermal Fillers?

Lines and wrinkles or loss of facial volume can make you look older than you feel. Dermal fillers can restore your lost facial volume, enhance your features, and smooth out lines and wrinkles. If you have considered dermal fillers, you may have wondered how much they cost and if they are worth it. 


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What are Dermal Fillers?

Loss of facial volume happens as a natural result of the aging process. Dermal fillers are biocompatible substances that can be safely injected into areas of the face that need more fullness. Several different materials make good dermal fillers and offer a variety of benefits. Some dermal fillers work well for smoothing out lines and wrinkles, while others target different areas of the face that need more bulk volume.

How Much Are Dermal Fillers?

Dermal filler costs vary widely based on your location, provider, and dermal filler type. Dermal fillers are usually priced by the syringe, so your estimate may need to account for how much filler you require. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons reports average dermal filler costs to range from $600 to $1000 per syringe. We can discuss your goals and how much filler you may need to achieve them during your consultation. 

Types of Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers come in several types made from different materials. These include:

Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is found in your skin, where it pulls in and holds onto moisture. It has become a popular ingredient in skincare products, and the most popular and widely available category of dermal fillers. Hyaluronic acid fillers come in a variety of formulas for all areas of the face. Forms of hyaluronic acid fillers include Juvederm®, Restylane®, and Belotero Balance®. A more recent addition has become the RHA® collections of fillers.

Polylactic Acid

This material stimulates collagen development, so your enhanced volume develops over time. Because your body produces collagen, this type of filler can last up to two years. Sculptra® uses this material to smooth out lines and wrinkles or add volume. It is popularly used to create a larger, more plump apple bottom for your derrière.

Calcium Hydroxylapatite

Found naturally in bones, this material adds immediate volume and stimulates collagen production. By the time the body has absorbed the calcium hydroxylapatite, it has formed enough new collagen to maintain your results for up to a year and a half. Radiesse® uses this material to get results. It is popular in the temples, neck, and hands.

Where Can You Use Dermal Fillers?

Dermal fillers can target many areas of the face and can even work on the body for purposes like lifting and smoothing out scars. You can use dermal fillers for:

  • Adding volume to sunken cheeks
  • Plumping the lips
  • Smoothing out lines and wrinkles
  • Softening deep creases and folds
  • Enhancing facial contours
  • Adding natural-looking lift

Your nurse injector has considerable experience in the art of placing dermal fillers to give you the results you want.  

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Take the Next Step – Request an Appointment

To learn more about dermal fillers – and if they’re right for you – schedule an appointment by visiting FACE Skincare~Medical~Wellness online or calling 1 (248) 621-8162.

FACE Skincare~Medical~Wellness is a multi-award-winning beauty and wellness clinic founded by skin expert Holly Cutler, also known as The Skin Saint, and named as “one of the most advanced Med Spas in the country” by Forbes magazine

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