Juvederm Voluma is a type of filler used to add volume to your cheeks. It is made with hyaluronic acid, which is found in our bodies. Juvederm Voluma is not only used for adding volume to sunken cheeks but also used to correct hollows under the eyes.
Dr. Gary Motykie offers treatments with Juvederm Voluma cheek volumizer at his med spa. Those living in and around Beverly Hills, West Hollywood and Los Angeles can avail of this procedure at his medical spa.
How much does it cost?
The filler cost will be determined by the number of injections required. Number of injections can be determined by the extent of the treatment. How much volume does a patient need or want will decide the cost.
Patients requiring follow-up injections should expect to pay more for the treatment. It all depends on the extent of the damage of the skin and how much treatment a patient wants to undergo. The results of these procedures last from 12 months to 18 months. If you need to repeat the injections, this will affect the cost in the long-term.
Other factors influencing cost of Juvederm Voluma cheek volumizer procedure
- Experience and expertise of the plastic surgeon definitely adds to the cost of a procedure. The more experienced a doctor, the safer a patient will feel under their care. Also, more knowledge and practice translates to more expenses for the patients.
- Experience of the support staff also adds to the cost.
- The location of the treatment facility is one major factor influencing the cost of a cosmetic procedure. The cost of living is different in different geographic locations depending upon many thing such as local economy and way of living.
- The type of the treatment facility is another factor to consider for determining the cost of Juvederm fillers. The type of rooms, the type of services offered to the patients, the quality of food available all these add to the cost of the treatment facility. The fancier a treatment center, the more chances of its being costlier.
Cost comparison with other surgeries
Plastic surgery is more expensive than cosmetic procedures that use fillers and injections to correct a problem. Surgeries require more hours to perform so ther are more costly than Juvederm. The surgeon’s fee and the cost of anesthesia, operating room or any medical test that the patient might be required to take, all add to the cost of a surgical procedure.
Patients need more time to recover after a surgery. The extended hospital stay also adds the surgery cost. Plastic surgeries and cosmetic procedures for aesthetic purposes are not covered by insurance making these treatments costlier on the pocket. In comparison, cost of Juvederm Voluma Cheek Volumizer procedures are less expensive. The filler is just injected and within an hour you are good to go.
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