Non-Surgical Liquid Facelift
Your plastic surgeon may recommend a liquid facelift if you want to enhance your facial appearance without undergoing a surgical procedure. The treatment is highly customizable to accommodate a wide array of facial rejuvenation goals. However, it is important that you get your injectables from a dedicated cosmetic surgeon or another experienced treatment provider.
Your treatment provider will discuss various aspects of the procedure during the initial consultation. This will involve all estimated costs depending on your aesthetic needs and goals. Make sure to ask as many questions as you can think of to help make a well-informed choice.
Board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Gary Motykie provides non-surgical liquid facelift to patients in Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, and surrounding communities.
Cost Factors of Liquid Facelift
Cost of getting a liquid facelift can vary significantly from one patient to another. This is because the procedure is highly customizable. These are a few factors on which the overall costs depend:
Location of the practice where you get the treatment plays a vital role in the estimated sticker price. This is because cost of living index affects the cost of plastic surgery and other medical treatments. The dollar figure of liquid facelift in Cincinnati may be vastly different from what the procedure costs in New York.
Skill and Expertise of Provider
Another major cost factor is the experience, skill, and reputation of the treatment provider. Liquid facelift may be a non-invasive injectable procedure, but it does involve delicate facial areas. It is important that you don’t place cost as a priority over getting the procedure carried out by a trained expert.
Liquid facelift is usually customized to match the unique needs and aesthetic goals of patients. It typically involves a combination of Dysport or Botox and several facial fillers. This can be Restylane, Juvederm, Radiesse, and Sculptra among others. Different product mixes come with different price tags. The quality and quantity of the components also play a major role in the overall costs.
Average Liquid Facelift Costs
Liquid facelift procedures can cost differently depending on the type of injectables used. For instance, the cost of treatment will go up significantly if Botox or Dysport is used. The actual average costs will also depend on the various factors as discussed above.
However, it’s crucial that you ask the treatment provider for a cost breakup. Few providers don’t charge a consultation fee separately and include it with the overall procedure cost. Costs of maintenance and touch-up procedures will be drastically lower than the first initial procedure. You may not have to pay for several repeat treatments, especially if you have the results maintained regularly.
Options for Insurance and Financing
Liquid facelift is usually not included in regular medical coverage. However, you can explore the many financing options offered by professional medical care finance companies. Credit card payments and monthly installments are other options.
Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Gary Motykie receives patients from Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, and nearby areas for non-surgical liquid facelift skin rejuvenation.
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