Typically, How Much Do Dermal Fillers Cost?

costDermal fillers cover a wide range of treatments. So getting an exact cost is going to be hard. As always you should talk to a professional. They can give you more information about the exact amount you can expect to pay and assess your suitability for the treatment.

Typical Costs

Dermal fillers can be priced by a clinic by using several methods. However they usually come down to two key elements:

  • Which filler is used
  • How much is needed

As a general figure you can expect to pay anywhere between $400 and $1500+ for a treatment.

Here are some numbers based on the dermal filler used:

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Injections For Non Surgical Breast Enlargement

cosmetic-injectionBreast enlargement surgery can be quite a risky procedure. As many as 20% of women need to have the implants removed within 8-10 years [source]. The negatives are well documented, the implants could rupture, they could be uneven, or they may be visible through the skin.

More serious complications like an adverse reactions to the anaesthetic, infection, and blood clots & bleeding can occur. These things are certainly life threatening. Just because a surgery is cosmetic in nature doesn’t mean it’s any safer than normal surgery. Let’s be realistic – it’s still incredibly dangerous and things can go wrong.

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How Much are Botox Injections Going to Cost?


Important! Make sure you read all of this, don’t just scan the page for prices there are loads of important considerations that impact price.

When you’re thinking about Botox one of your first considerations will be price. It can be expensive, but there are loads of factors which can impact price. For these reasons it’s hard to provide exact figures. Any numbers on this page are rough estimates. Please keep that in mind!

These numbers can also be used as a rough estimate for Dysport.

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Dermal Fillers For the Lips You’ve Always Wanted

lipsOver time lips become thinner and begin to look older. You may have heard the phrase “collagen injections” used quite commonly as a way to describe the process of plumpening up your lips. But it’s not the only, or even most effective way to do this.

Collagen injections are a type of dermal filler. Dermal fillers are essentially skin fillers used to smooth out wrinkles or add shape. When we’re looking at the lips, it’s obviously the adding of shape that we’re most interested in.

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Botox Ingredients – What’s in it?

biologyIf you’re getting Botox you’ll want to have at least some idea of what you’re putting into your body. You should find out as much about the process as you can – it’s a big decision. As always a qualified professional should be abler to give you better advice than you can find online.


The main ingredient in Botox is actually a neurotoxin. A neurotoxin is basically a poison which has an impact on the nervous system. High doses would be deadly but low doses can achieve the effect needed for wrinkle reduction.

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Botox Aftercare & What You Should Avoid

Aftercare is incredibly important when it comes to Botox. It’s something that many people overlook. If you don’t look after yourself properly then a number of things could happen. You could undo the work which has been done which means you need another costly treatment. You could also prevent yourself healing as quickly. It’s not always about doing a certain thing which can help the process, but not doing things which could slow the whole process down or damage your face.

What Not to Do

The single most important thing to remember is this. Don’t rub your face or have any kind of face massage for at least 24 hours after treatment. This could potentially move the Botox around into an unwanted area. That’s the one thing you should try to avoid. Rarely, the Botox may move down causing drooping of the eyelids. Find out how this can be dangerous.sign

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Cosmetic & Facial Injections FAQ



Cosmetic injections are one of the more serious treatments you can get. They’re more invasive than some of the other procedures like microdermabrasion and laser resurfacing, but they’re not as risky as cosmetic surgery.

For your health you should always try the least risky procedures first. People have received some great results with cosmetic injections but it’s not something you should rush into. On this part of the site we’ll give you everything you need to know in order to make a well-informed decision.

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