How much does Juvederm Voluma Cost?
Juvederm Voluma is an FDA approved aesthetics procedure specifically designed to add volume to the cheeks and create rounder facial contours without involving any cosmetic surgery. During the initial consultation process, the treatment provider will discuss various aspects of the procedure, including its expected costs. The goal is to help the patient make an informed choice.
Patients should ask any queries that they may have related to the costs of Juvederm Voluma at the very outset, and make sure that they are comfortable with the cost and benefit equation before they go ahead with the procedure. Dr. Thomas Fiala is a pre-eminent board certified plastic surgeon providing Juvederm Voluma and various other procedures to patients in Orlando, Altamonte Springs, FL, and surrounding communities.
Comparison of Costs
In comparison to facelift, cheek augmentation or other facial cosmetic surgery procedures, the cost of Juvederm Voluma will be much lower. A surgical procedure typically includes costs such as the surgeon’s fee, operating room costs, anesthesia costs, and costs of medical tests, prescription drugs and post-op visits. All these costs are almost entirely avoided in case of a non-surgical procedure such as Juvederm Voluma.
Even when compared to other facial rejuvenation procedures, which are based on laser technique, ultrasound or other collagen stimulating procedures, Juvederm Voluma costs will probably be among the most competitive. As a leading plastic surgeon, Dr. Fiala receives patients from Orlando, Altamonte Springs, FL, and nearby areas for this injectable procedure.
When compared with other dermal fillers that are also designed to reduce facial lines and wrinkles, Juvederm Voluma may turn out to be more cost-effective over time. While injectable dermal fillers such as Restylane may produce results lasting for about six months, Juvederm XC can create results that may last up to a year.
However, in case of Juvederm Voluma, the results may be sustainable for as many as 18 to 24 months. In other words, the patient will pay for the procedure just once, and enjoy the results for nearly twice or more months as compared to other dermal fillers.
The actual cost of Juvederm Voluma injectable will vary from one patient to another. The cost is usually charged on per syringe basis. If the treatment is required in small volumes, the number of syringes required will be low and the cost will reduce. On the other hand, if substantive cheek volumizing is necessary, more syringes may be needed, which will raise the overall cost of procedure.
Some practices may also charge a flat rate for the treatment. If the Voluma procedure is clubbed with other aesthetic treatments, the package cost may be reduced. Sometimes a practice may also offer special rebates, or pass on to the patients the periodic cost benefits they may receive from the manufacturer.
The procedure of Juvederm Voluma is generally not covered under health insurance, but most patients will have the opportunity to get the procedure financed for convenient monthly payments. Credit cards, personal borrowings, bank loans, or financing through medical care financing firms are options that should be explored in advance.
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