“How much do dermal fillers cost?” is a question the staff at Medical Aesthetics & Laser get a lot. Many of our patients have made the commitment to treat the signs of aging with dermal fillers or Botox®, but many remain unsure of how much dermal fillers cost or how much they need to purchase to achieve their skin goals.
The exact number of units required will vary from patient to patient, but we’ve got some tips and recommendations for you so we can prepare you for your Botox or dermal fillers in The Woodlands at Medical Aesthetics & Laser!
During your free consultation with our experienced injectors, we’ll make an exact recommendation for how many syringes of filler you need to buy when you come see us for your dermal fillers in Rochester!
The cost of your dermal fillers depends on how much material we’ll inject. We put Botox and other neurotoxin injectables into the face by the “unit,” while we inject fillers by the syringe.
Based on your individual goals and hopes for your skin, our experienced team will let you know exactly how much filler you’ll be purchasing.
Here are some general guidelines for how many units of filler are in a syringe:
There is 1.0 cc of hyaluronic acid-based filler in Juvéderm® XC, Juvéderm Volbella® XC, Juvéderm Vollure XC, and Juvéderm Voluma™ XC.
We also administer Radiesse®, a filler that stimulates natural collagen production. It contains 1.5 cc of product per syringe.
Now that you understand how we administer fillers, we can help you know what to expect when you come to Medical Aesthetics & Laser for dermal fillers.
At MAL, we offer several Juvéderm family fillers and Radiesse for clients looking to contour their face, treat non-dynamic wrinkles, to plump thin lips, and more!
Clients purchase fillers, and we administer them by the syringe. Depending on the area(s) we treat, your age, and which type of filler we are using, you’ll receive an exact purchase recommendation during your filler consultation. Fillers at Medical Aesthetics & Laser start at $550.
To treat the nasolabial folds, or “marionette lines,” around the mouth, one to two syringes of dermal filler are required. We recommend this same dosage to achieve fuller lips.
Radiesse is slightly different because it is a filler that contains calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA). This formula offers both immediate and long-term results as it stimulates your body’s production of collagen in the injected area!
If you are ready to treat the signs of aging with dermal fillers in The Woodlands, turn to the experienced team at Medical Aesthetics & Laser.
We have helped countless clients in The Woodlands and beyond look and feel their best with our filler treatments.
Schedule your free consultation with our team today!