How much do fillers cost?
Filler costs vary by surgeon and geographic area. The costs also can vary greatly depending on the number and location of the areas being treated and the quantity of filler injected. For example, if the surgeon is treating a large area of your body, your treatment will require much more medication than a smaller area and be more expensive. Some surgeons can also provide discounted rates if they have a high volume of filler patients. You should discuss the anticipated costs with your surgeon before your treatment.
The average cost for fillers are: $759.
*The above statistic comes from the 2020 Aesthetic Plastic Surgery National Databank Statistics, which were compiled using Aesthetic Neural Network (ANN) data from 288 participating plastic surgery practices across the US. This number only reflects standard procedure costs (surgeon and facility fees) and may not include other fees for medical tests, prescriptions, surgical garments, or other miscellaneous costs related to your procedure.
Does insurance cover fillers?
Because fillers are an elective cosmetic treatment, insurance does not cover the costs. Many surgeons offer patient financing plans to make the procedure more affordable.
What should I consider when evaluating the cost of fillers?
Choose your surgeon based on quality, training, and experience—not cost.
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