The Cost of Juvederm Voluma: Pricing Structures and How to Get the Best Value for Your Money

Juvederm Voluma in New York and New Jersey is typically priced at $800 to $1200 per syringe, and will be dependent on how many syringes are purchased, the area of face being treated and the expertise of the provider.

Juvederm Voluma is a hyaluronic acid cosmetic filler that is used most commonly to restore lost volume in the mid-face and cheekbone areas. The pricing of Juvederm varies, and patients frequently wonder what the best price is and how to get the best value for their money. There are two common pricing models for Juvederm, by the syringe and by treatment area. Getting the best value for your money also means choosing not only the best price, but the right provider.

The Two Pricing Models for Juvederm Voluma

The first pricing model for Juvederm Voluma is pricing per syringe. In New York City, that cost of Juvederm Voluma is generally anywhere from $800 to $1200 per syringe. Some providers will discount this price if multiple syringes are applied.

The second pricing model is pricing by treatment area; in this model, there is a set cost per area being treated and this method is not dependent on the number of syringes required. Under this pricing structure, the price is based upon getting results and the provider aims to reach a satisfactory result. If you require multiple syringes, paying for treatment by area may be cheaper than paying for each syringe individually.

Wondering how many syringes it takes to treat a particular area? A study on Juvederm’s effectiveness, longevity and safety demonstrated an average of 6 syringes were used per patient. By using multiple syringes there is bound to be a better response and one that lasts longer, but at a higher cost.

Getting The Best Value For Your Money

Choosing the right provider for your Juvederm treatment is the best way to ensure you are getting the most for your money. The goal of treatment is to reach the patient’s satisfaction level, meaning the results look good and last a long time. Knowing how to place fillers is an artistic visual skill, and we recommend choosing an expert in aesthetic injectables medicine. A physician who devotes their entire practice to this specialty is often a good choice. Expert providers are well versed in getting the best result by treating the whole face with a combination of different types of fillers, in as little as a single session.

Common Mistakes That May Affect The Cost Of Juvederm

There are a couple of common mistakes clients make when purchasing Juvederm Voluma treatment. These mistakes may cost more in the long run. Client’s who choose to purchase one syringe per session over multiple sessions may pay more over time. Another common problem is “provider discount or online coupon shopping” or consistently changing providers just to find the best price at the time. Unfortunately, treatments by multiple providers may result in something called “stacking.” Stacking occurs when hyaluronic acid fillers are injected in the same place and plane on the face multiple times by different providers which in turn may result in puffiness and a less than natural result. You will most likely get the best results and save money if you remain with the same provider who knows your face and cosmetic filler injection history.

To get the best price and best value for your money, choose a provider who has experience in providing a complete result and speak with them about your ultimate goals. Ask to see before and after photos; these photos should demonstrate results in the entire face, not just your desired treatment area.

If you are interested in a Juvederm treatment at a Verve Medical Cosmetic studio in New York City or New Jersey, you can schedule a free consultation with master injector Dr. Stephen Bracci. Click here to schedule your consultation.