How Much Do Dermal Fillers Cost?
Because dermal fillers come in many different materials, each brand will have a different price. Factors that affect the cost of your dermal filler injections include:
- The type or types of fillers used
- The skill and experience of your provider
- Your location
- Your treatment goals
Dermal filler costs are usually listed by the syringe. A syringe of dermal filler can range from $650 to $2,800 or more. You may need more than one syringe for your treatment and special pricing is given if multiple syringes are needed. Longer-lasting fillers tend to be more expensive, but this is not always the case. We recommend a consultation so your expert injector can discuss your treatment plan and an accurate estimate.
What are Dermal Fillers Made Of?
All dermal filler materials are safe for use in the body. Some occur in your body naturally, although the filler uses a lab-produced version. Others use synthetic materials extensively tested for safety. Different materials make each filler suitable for different purposes.
Restylane®, RHA fillers
These popular fillers use a material called hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a large molecule found naturally in your skin, attracting and holding onto hydration. Each hyaluronic acid filler uses a different formula with a unique density and flexibility.
This unique dermal filler uses a material called poly-L-lactic acid. Unlike most other fillers, Sculptra® does not produce immediate volume. Instead, it triggers collagen production. Results develop gradually over several months and can last three or more years.
The calcium hydroxylapatite in this filler comes in microspheres suspended in a gel. It adds volume immediately and triggers more collagen for additional lift and fullness. This material is found naturally in bones and teeth and is used to treat deep lines and wrinkles.
This filler uses synthetic polymethylmethacrylate microspheres to stimulate collagen development. With a lifespan of five years or more, it is the longest-lasting dermal filler. Fillers this long-lasting may be recommended for those who have already tried the look with a shorter-acting formula.