Fillers in SLC
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Filler in SLC - $550-$750 Per Syringe

Fillers differ from Botox and Dysport in that they focus on volumizing the skin, mimicking bone, fat, and deep skin layers. The results are immediate and can last anywhere from 6-24 months, depending on the type of filler and where you place it.

Fillers come in pre-filled syringes, most being 1ml in quantity. They are sold usually by syringe and can vary how much one needs, depending on age, volume loss, and desired result. Many fillers are made out of hyaluronic acid, which naturally occurs in the body. It is considered very safe with few people having any allergic reactions to it.

On the occasion that someone has something done that they do not like the results, commonly seen with a group on or seeing an inexperienced injector, the filler can actually be reversed! Hillary has helped numerous clients reverse their poor results from other providers, then redo the work to have a more natural, beautiful look.

Most clients biggest concern is looking “done” or “fake”. When too much filler or inappropriate filler is used, this can occur. However, after listening to your concerns and understanding your desired results, Hillary mindfully chooses fillers that will best meet your needs.

Average cost of Filler per Area:

Area Treated Approximate cost
Mini Lip (1/2 syringe) $375
Full Lip $550
Under Eyes $550-750
Nasolabial Folds/ Smile Lines $550
Cheeks $750
Jawline $750
Chin $750
Downturn smile $550
Temporal Hollows $750

Juvederm

Juvederm has a nice thickness to it that makes it great for volumizing and is commonly used in the lips for luscious, full lips. It can also be used in the jawline, chin, and for nasolabial folds. You can expect it to last 6+ months.

Restylane

Restylane is similar to Juvederm but is slightly softer. It is also commonly used in the lips, nasolabial folds and is a go-to for many injectors under the eyes. You can expect it to last 6+ months.

Sculptra

Sculptra is a very unique filler. It works by stimulating collagen production, which helps the skin layers naturally renew itself. Results develop gradually, look completely natural, and last much longer than most other injectables.

Restylane Refyne

Refyne is a beautiful soft filler similar to Vollure, with perhaps a little more volume to it. Due to newer technology, it allows it to flex beautifully, creating a more natural result. Hillary loves to put this in thinner or aging lips as it adds some volume without looking “ducky” or fake. It also can be used to etch out any superficial or fine lines. You can expect it to last 12+ months.

Restylane Defyne

Defyne is similar to Juvederm or Restylane but has a newer technology that allows it to flex with the tissue. It works well in nasolabial folds, lips, marionette lines, and to etch out any deeper creases. You can expect it to last 12+ months.

Restylane Lyft

Lyft is a harder filler that lifts, defines, and restores volume to the cheeks. It also works great for chin augmentation, non-surgical nose jobs, and for jawline contouring. You can expect it to last 18-24 months.

Radiesse

This unique filler comes in a 1.5ml prefilled syringe as opposed to virtually all the other ones that come in 1ml syringes. Unlike its hyaluronic acid counterparts, this filler stimulates collagen production. It is great for cheeks, jawline, temporal hollows, and chin augmentation. You can expect it to last 6-12+ months depending on how your body responds to it.

Voluma

Voluma is similar to Restylane Lyft, in that it is perfect for cheeks, jawline, chin, and nose augmentation. However, it tends to maybe have a softer look and less lifting capability. It also should last 18-24 months.

Restylane Kysse

Kysse is a beautiful filler that is perfect to give you a nice fuller lip without looking fake or ducky. FDA approved in 2020, it has quickly become an injector’s favorite filler for lip enhancements!

*Expectation for the duration of a product depends on many factors such as how quickly your body breaks it down, where it is placed (lips move a lot and tend to break filler down more quickly), and how much you work out.