Juvederm, Restylane, Voluma, & Volbella – you’ve probably heard of these dermal fillers, but which is best for each age and area? How much do fillers cost as you get older?
Most patients start to get fillers as they notice severe wrinkles and folds that typically become evident during middle age. However, there are a number of issues which dermal fillers are very effective at addressing, that are not always related to aging, such as acne scarring, thin lips, a wide jawbone, or a crooked nose that can be treated at a younger age. We never recommend using dermal filler products in individuals under 18 years of age.
A patient in their 20’s will spend an average of $900 for dermal fillers to treat signs of aging. These may include fine lines which start to appear and thin lips. A patient in their 30’s will average $900-$1800 for dermal fillers. Why is the gap so big? If it is the patient’s first time receiving fillers the cost may be higher. If the patient has been proactive and started in their 20’s, the cost can be less.
As patients age, the cost of fillers also increases. A patient in their 40’s may spend $1800-$2400 on dermal fillers per year while a patient in their 50’s will spend on average $2400-$3600. Each patient may age differently based on sun exposure, heredity, smoking, diet and exercise. Typically patients in middle age will be treated for deep wrinkles, nasolabial folds, sunken cheeks, under eye circles and masseter muscles.
As for which filler is best, it is best to come in for a consultation so our physician can evaluate your individual needs.
At the Anand Medical Spa, we have extensive experience with filler treatments and other skin rejuvenation therapies. Our doctors are fully licensed and trained for any aesthetic procedure, and are fully committed to both great medical solutions and excellent patient experience.
If you want to learn more about Filler injections and how you can make your results last, schedule an appointment with us today. Call our office today and we can help you on your journey to defy aging.Share