How Much Does Juvederm Cost?

How Much Does Juvederm Cost?

Juvederm is a widely used hyaluronic acid dermal filler in the United States, known for its hydrophilic properties that retain water. It is derived from a natural substance found within our bodies and can be used in nearly all areas of the face for non surgical, cosmetic procedures. It is regarded as one of the easier types of fillers to inject and can be reversed with the application of hyaluronidase. Other brands of hyaluronic acid fillers that are on the market such as Restylane, Versa, and Belotero.

What is the average cost of Juvéderm filler? 

Juvederm cost can range anywhere from $650 to $950, depending on factors such as the type used, the treated area, the number of syringes applied, and the provider’s expertise. However, prices can start at as low as $500 per syringe of Juvederm, usually for new clients, less experienced injectors or for  smaller areas such as lips. For example, Voluma is often on the higher end, average cost being between $1,000 and $1,200 per syringe, and it is common to use more than one syringe when treating the cheeks and mid-face areas. Conversely, Volbella pricing for the lips is typically on the less expensive side, where you can expect to pay $500 to $700 per syringe.

What are the different types of Juvederm?

There are several types of Juvederm, each with specific uses:

  • Juvederm XC: Often used for most treatment areas of the face, especially facial wrinkles and folds.
  • Juvederm Voluma XC: Aimed at adding volume to the cheeks and mid-face.
  • Juvederm Ultra XC: Commonly used for lip treatments, and also contains lidocaine to reduce injection-site pain.
  • Juvederm Volbella XC: Used for treating the lips, wrinkles around the lips, the tear trough, and hollows under the eyes.
  • Juvederm Volux XC: Used for treating the jawline area.
  • Juvederm Vollure XC: Used to treat fine lines such as the marionette lines 

How are Juvederm injections administered?

Juvederm is administered either through a needle or a cannula, depending on the area being treated, and of course the expertise of the injector. Early training with fillers is typically done with needles and as expertise is gained then cannulas are more likely to be used with advanced techniques .Needles are generally smaller and sharper, ideal for superficial lines around the mouth, such as perioral lines. Cannulas, which are larger and more blunt, are commonly used in areas like the nasal labial folds and the tear trough below the eye. The decision of which type of Juvederm to use, the amount, the depth of injection, and whether to use a needle or cannula, is a clinical decision based on the desired results and the provider’s expertise. 

Booking your Juvéderm treatment at VERVE Medical Cosmetics

When considering a treatment, it is important to consider factors such as cost, the area to be injected, the amount of filler needed, the choice between a cannula or needle, and the provider’s expertise. Juvederm is not a permanent treatment; its effects typically last from a few months to a year, depending on variables like the amount injected and the treatment area.

To schedule a consultation at VERVE, call us at (212) 888-3003 or fill out this form and book online. 

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