About dermal fillers
What are dermal fillers, what are the advantages and (gulp) how much do dermal fillers cost? First understand that dermal fillers are not the same thing as injections used to treat muscle spasm. Injections that treat muscle spasm are a method of paralysing your facial muscles. This renders them inactive thereby reducing wrinkles. In contrast, dermal fillers are “liquid based” facelifts.
These injectables are typically made from naturally occurring substances in the body, meaning they last longer and can simply add volume to the skin rather than “rewiring it” from the nerves. This treatment is commonly used for lip augmentation as well as the treatment of facial lines and wrinkles or folds. One popular type of dermal filler is natural gel based. The fact that it’s natural makes it cheaper, safer and more convenient to clients, since they don’t even have to be tested in the same way that collagen injections require. (Just screened for certain types of allergies)
Dermal fillers can help restore youthful fullness to a person’s face, essentially “softening” these uneven parts. And yes, dermal fillers cost is truly the best part of all. You might think natural would be more expensive, but because the technology for dermal fillers is completely different from that used to treat muscle spasm, it is considered a safe and effective alternative.
How much do dermal fillers cost
On average, dermal fillers cost anywhere from $250 to $1,500 depending on the doctor or specialist’s asking price, not to mention specifics of the face. On average, clients spend $950 on this procedure. However, it should be noted that you will need to budget for new treatments and injections ever 6-12 months. The good news is that dermal fillers are done in as little 30 minutes — a great time saver and an outpatient procedure that won’t ruin your day!
If you have questions about cosmetic fillers and anti-wrinkle treatments contact your local doctor, who will arrange for you to see a dermatologist.