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How much does Radiesse Dermal Filler Cost?

Radiesse Dermal Filler 

Dermal fillers such as Radiesse currently rank as the second most popular cosmetic procedure in the US after Botox. The FDA approved Radiesse med spa filler injection is typically performed for cosmetic reasons, which means that it will not be covered by medical insurance. Therefore, cost of Radiesse becomes an important starting point for many patients. At the time of initial consultation, the treatment provider will discuss various aspects of Radiesse dermal filler procedure, including its estimated costs. The first concern of the provider will be to help the patient make a well-considered decision. Rejuvenate medical spa, led by Dr. Bijan Farah, provides Radiesse to patients in Encino, Sherman Oaks, San Fernando, Calabasas, Woodland Hills, Tarzana, Los Angeles, CA, and other neighborhoods and cities in this part of Southern California.

Price Tag Comparison

Innovations in non-surgical med spa procedures have led to the development of a variety of facial rejuvenation treatment options, including laser, RF and ultrasound based procedures. Radiesse dermal filler treatment is likely to be more cost-effective than many other facial anti-aging procedures, considering the cost of injections and the longevity of results. As a result, many Americans now prefer dermal fillers such as Radiesse over various other skin rejuvenation options. Radiesse can prove to be more cost-effective even in comparison to several other dermal filler injections. This is because Radiesse results can sustain for about a year to 18 months, while many other dermal fillers only create results that will last for about six months to a year. The patient should evaluate the cost of Radiesse in the light of its sustainability of results. The treatment provider can perform Radiesse injections in a med spa environment, without the need for general anesthesia or sedation. Unlike surgical treatments, Radiesse injections do not involve the costs of a surgery center or an anesthesiologist’s fee. Radiesse may only involve one office appointment, while light or heat based treatments usually involve multiple appointments. Post-injection downtime is negligible in case of Radiesse injections. This may prove to be an additional cost-saver for working people who may want to go back to work immediately after the procedure.

Cost Factors

The cost of Radiesse injectable procedure may marginally vary between two med spas and even between two patients at the same med spa. One of the major factors impacting the cost is the location of the med spa. Prime urban centers and main metropolitan areas typically have higher costs due to higher real estate expenses and other overheads. Patients should also look at the skill and experience of the treatment provider, the quality standards and best practices maintained at the med spa, and the level of personalized care and services provided. In any case, the patient should ideally choose the best provider for their needs, and costs should be a secondary consideration in a procedure such as Radiesse.

Extent of Treatment

The actual sticker price of Radiesse will be determined according to the actual volume of filler gel used for a patient. Some patients may require a follow-up treatment after three months, which will have additional costs. Rejuvenate medical spa receives patients from Encino, Sherman Oaks, San Fernando, Calabasas, Woodland Hills, Tarzana, Los Angeles, CA, and other communities and cities in this part of the nation for Radiesse. See all Medical Spa Non-Surgical Procedures Dr. Bijan Farah performs on patients in Los Angeles, Encino, Sherman Oaks, San Fernando, Calabasas, Tazana, Woodland Hills, CA, and surrounding communities. Schedule a consultation now.