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How Much Does It Cost

In general, you may expect your procedure to cost anywhere from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars.  Price will vary depending upon the procedures that you desire. 
Price will also vary from one medical practitioner to another.  The experience and knowledge of your medical practitioner can also affect overall costs because an understanding of product placement, injection technique and product mix can have a significant impact on how long the results last and how much product is needed to achieve the desired results. That is why it is not uncommon for medical practitioners who charge more per syringe to end up costing significantly less for the entire procedure.  

Additionally, treatments are unique to each individual, depending upon a variety of factors.  So, to get an exact cost, you will need to schedule a consultation with a medical practitioner.  However, most healthcare professionals either do not charge for consultations, or apply the cost of the consultation to treatment.


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