How Much Does Perlane Dermal Filler Cost?

How Much Does Perlane Dermal Filler Cost?

Posted on November 1, 2021

Perlane Dermal Filler 

Perlane belongs to the FDA approved family of Restylane dermal fillers. Perlane is a widely accepted dermal injectable and is used in several countries around the world. It is counted among the most popular dermal fillers in the United States. Perlane injectable anti-wrinkle and facial rejuvenation treatment should only be provided by a qualified surgeon. The treatment is helpful in softening the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the face.

During the initial consultation, the injection provider will explain all aspects of the treatment provider, including all approximate costs. The primary goal of any treatment provider is to help patients make an informed decision. They will explain the financial costs of the procedure as well.

Cost Comparison with Other Procedures

Perlane dermal injectable treatment is a cost-effective procedure as compared to others, including laser and ultrasound based facial rejuvenation procedures. The procedure can be completed in a single in-office session of 30 minutes. There are no medical tests, prescription meds, anesthesia, or post-operative expenses in most cases.

Perlane filler results can sustain for a long time as compared to other dermal and collagen fillers. This makes the procedure more affordable as compared to most other noninvasive options for facial rejuvenation.

Evaluating Costs

Perlane syringes are of various sizes depending on the facial area being treated. Small areas require less gel. This reduces the overall treatment cost. For instance, one or two syringes may be enough for patients that require Perlane for treating smile lines around the lips.

Smaller and less expensive syringes are used for fine lines around the lips. Patients, during the initial consultation, should clear all concerns regarding the treatment cost and other factors. They should evaluate all alternative procedures for making a well-informed decision.

Few patients may require touch-up procedures every 3 – 6 months for maintaining the results of Perlane. This will be an added cost to patients.

Financing and Insurance Options

Perlane dermal filler is usually performed as an elective aesthetic treatment. Hence, your insurance provider may not offer coverage. However, you can always pay for the cost of treatment by taking up a third-party financial loan. This can be in the form of bank loans, private loans, and credit cards among other options.

For More Information on the Treatments and Procedures Offered, contact award winning Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Thomas Fiala at Fiala Aesthetics in Greater Orlando to Schedule Your Consultation:

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