Dermal fillers can be extremely beneficial for patients seeking a no-downtime treatment that provides almost instant results. Treatments are quick, easy, and often pain-free. Dermal fillers are performed in-office and take as little as 15-20 minutes to complete making them ideal for patients with busy lifestyles.
Every patient is unique. The price you’ll pay for soft tissue fillers can vary greatly depending on your individual needs. There are several things you’ll want to consider before committing to minimally-invasive dermal filler treatments. Let’s take a closer look.
The type of filler used is based on the severity of your condition and the area being treated. Dr. Lawton will help determine what filler is best for you at the time of your in-person consultation.
Area Being Treated
Although mild to moderate lines and wrinkles may be corrected with just one syringe, that’s not always the case. Nasolabial wrinkles around the nose or mouth can take 1-2 vials of filler to get the results you want. Adding volume to cheeks with Juvederm Ultra Plus XC can take as much as two syringes for each side.
Expertise and Qualifications of Injector
As with any aesthetic procedure, it’s a good idea to choose a qualified injector to perform your treatment. It takes a great deal of expertise to provide natural results with soft tissue fillers. Each injectable has a unique formula that requires application at precise depths to achieve an optimal outcome. Be wary of ultra low-cost procedures or ‘at-home’ parties.
Dr. Tenley K. Lawton is a skilled surgeon who has performed thousands of dermal filler procedures. She has the knowledge and expertise when it comes to optimal placement for a natural-looking treatment without complications.
Dermal fillers are designed to temporarily reduce the appearance of mild to moderate wrinkles. You can expect your filler to naturally absorb into the body anywhere from 6-months to 18-months. Some fillers like Radiesse also promote additional collagen regrowth for long-term results.
Touch-up treatments can safely and effectively be done as needed to prolong the outcome of your initial procedure. Maintenance treatments often require less product to achieve the same results.
The Price You’ll Pay
The best way to determine how much your individual filler treatment will cost is through an in-person consultation. Dr. Lawton will be able to perform a full facial evaluation and offer suggestions when it comes to optimal treatment. She will also provide you with upfront pricing, so you’re never in the dark about your cosmetic treatment costs.
Take the Next Step
Would you like to learn more about Dermal Fillers? Fill out the “Request a Consultation” form on this page or call Tenley K. Lawton M.D. at (949) 835-4617 to schedule your consultation with Board-Certified plastic surgeon Dr. Tenley Lawton serving Newport Beach and the greater Orange County, CA area.