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How Much Are Fillers for Forehead Wrinkles?

Injectable dermal fillers are well-loved and popular mostly because of their ability to eliminate forehead wrinkles and other types of facial lines. But not all facial fillers are created equal, as there are particular dermal filler treatments that work best for the forehead area. Apart from the components of your chosen dermal filler, you also have to consider the pricing of the treatment that you’ll be getting. 

So how much should you expect to pay for forehead wrinkles fillers? Their average cost of treatment may range anywhere from $750 to $2750. The dermal filler treatment pricing varies depending on the facial area being treated, the number of syringes to be used, what the fillers are made of, and even the expertise of your provider. Different dermal filler choices like Juvéderm, Restylane, Radiesse, and Bellafill are priced differently, and you’ll need a proper consultation to determine which among these is an excellent fit for you.

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How Much Do Forehead Wrinkles Fillers Cost? 

Wrinkles on the forehead area are one of the most noticeable signs of aging that often makes patients feel self-conscious and unconfident. Along with the constant movement of the muscles on the forehead, the natural loss of collagen to maintain skin volume, smoothness, and elasticity causes forehead creases to become more prominent. 

Fortunately, forehead fillers have emerged as a safe, convenient, and non-invasive solution to smooth out wrinkles, especially those on the forehead. For first-time dermal filler patients, it can be overwhelming to discover many types of fillers and the price tag that comes with them. To help you get a good estimate, here’s a rundown of the costs of the different dermal filler options for forehead wrinkles: 

 JuvédermRestylane Radiesse Bellafill 
Average Cost Juvéderm filler treatments cost around $750Restylane dermal fillers can cost about $500 to $750 per syringe Radiesse filler treatments can cost around $1000 to $1975Bellafill can cost around $800 to $1200 per syringe, with the price per treatment averaging around $2750
Why It’s Priced That WayJuvéderm is a popular collection of hyaluronic acid fillers and their prices vary because of different formulations that can be used for specific facial issues. It has more hyaluronic acid concentrations compared to other HA fillers. Like Juvéderm, Restylane has various hyaluronic acid filler products under its collection. Its price can be quite similar to Juvéderm but it can be cheaper since its formula has lesser hyaluronic acid concentrations. It’s more expensive than other dermal filler types because it’s made of synthetic CaHA microspheres and it tends to last longer than most filler injections. Bellafill is a semi-permanent dermal filler, and it’s made of both synthetic and natural substances to create a filler gel material that can stimulate collagen production in the long run. 
How Long Can Its Results Last On average, the results of Juvéderm fillers can last for 6 to 12 months Restylane products can last 12 monthsRadiesse dermal fillers can last up to 18 months on the skin Bellafill injections can last up to 5 years or more 

Factors That Can Affect The Price of Soft Tissue Fillers

Although cosmetic fillers appear pricey when you’re planning your treatment budget, they’re actually more economical than getting cosmetic surgery. There are also several factors that can influence the total cost of your dermal filler treatment, and these can include: 

1. The treatment site where the dermal filler will be placed 

Dermal fillers are highly versatile and have many uses for facial rejuvenation. Aside from forehead wrinkles treatment, some of the in-demand cosmetic filler procedures are lip augmentation, cheek enhancement and volumizing, jawline contouring, and chin augmentation. A rule of thumb in determining the dermal filler cost is that its price can vary depending on the size of the area being treated. The bigger the treatment area, the more fillers are needed to be injected.

Cosmetic clinics may also consider how difficult it would be to treat the area. For example, injecting tear trough fillers may be more difficult since it’s placed under the eyes or below the lower eyelid, which can increase the treatment cost. 

2. The expertise of the aesthetic provider or injector 

A secondary factor that can affect the price of your dermal filler treatment is the expertise of your injector. In addition to the price of the dermal filler product used, you’re also paying for the service provided by your practitioner. 

Of course, you want to make sure that you’re getting the best dermal filler treatment possible so you should only get your injections from a trained injector or board-certified cosmetic surgeon. And the higher the qualifications that your administering injector has, the more money you’re more likely to pay for your dermal filler procedure. 

3. The number of dermal filler syringes used 

Most dermal filler treatments are commonly priced per syringe, which carries at least 1 cc of dermal filler. Considering that each patient has their unique skin needs and facial concerns, the amount of filler you’d need would also vary which means the total price you have to pay won’t be the same with other patients. 

If you need more volume for the treatment area, you’ll typically need more than one syringe which can hike up the cost of your dermal filler session. You can check with your provider if they’re offering promos or discounts on multiple syringes so you can get the most out of your treatment. 

4. The type of filler used

Although the uses and benefits of dermal fillers are technically the same, there’s no one filler formula that’s created similarly with another. Dermal fillers options contain different ingredients and choosing the one which is suitable for you should always be done upon consultation with a professional aesthetician. Here are the commonly used forehead fillers today: 


Juvéderm dermal fillers are made from different concentrations of hyaluronic acid. Among its family of fillers, Juvéderm XC, Juvéderm Ultra XC, and Juvéderm Vollure XC are the choices for treating moderate to severe forehead wrinkles and fine lines on any part of the face. It has more hyaluronic acid content than other fillers, which is why it has a smooth, thick, and gel-like consistency. This makes it more suitable for filling in deep creases on the forehead. 


Like Juvéderm, Restylane is a hyaluronic acid-based filler that’s also approved for treating wrinkles and fine lines on the face. The classic Restylane formula and Restylane Lyft are two popular filler injections for deep facial wrinkles and lines. Both the newer Restylane Refyne and Defyne dermal fillers can also work for severe wrinkles and creases on the forehead. 


Radiesse is a dermal filler containing tiny particles of calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA) which are suspended in a gel filler material. The microspheric beads help stimulate new collagen growth when the material has been metabolized. This filler is approved for deeper wrinkles and facial folds, which helps improve skin quality and restore facial fullness. 


Bellafill dermal filler is made of bovine collagen and synthetic biocompatible polymethylmethacrylate microspheres. This PMMA filler is proven effective for filling in deep facial wrinkles, softening fine lines, and correcting acne scars on the skin. It’s a great dermal filler alternative when you want results that are longer-lasting than other treatments but still don’t require surgery. 

Read More: A Guide to Correcting Forehead Lines With Dermal Fillers

Fillers vs Botox for Forehead Lines and Wrinkles

When it comes to anti-wrinkle treatment, Botox is another injectable that’s mostly chosen by providers and patients alike. This cosmetic injection is made of botulinum toxin, a powerful neurotoxin that works as a muscle and wrinkle relaxer by temporarily paralyzing facial muscles to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Here’s an overview of Botox and dermal filler differences and the things that affect their cost: 

 Botox Dermal Fillers 
Average treatment cost A Botox treatment is priced per injection unit received and can sum up to about $550 per treatment. Each Botox unit is estimated to cost around $10 to $15 Dermal filler treatments are slightly more expensive than Botox, starting at $750 per treatment
What affects their price How many Botox units are used and the size of the area being treated Number of syringes and the area being injected
What type of wrinkles do they treat best It works best for dynamic wrinkles, which are creases that developed due to repeated facial expressions and muscle movementDermal fillers are well-known for addressing facial volume loss and static wrinkles or those that develop due to aging and loss of collagen 

How long its effects last Botox injections can last for 3 to 6 months Depending on the product used, most dermal fillers can remain in place for 12 to 18 months 

Try The Cosmetic Filler Injectables for Forehead Wrinkles at aNu Aesthetics

woman receiving an injection of dermal fillers in her forehead

Dermal fillers may be more on the expensive side, but they’re a great investment for reclaiming your wrinkle-free and youthful appearance. Here at aNu Aesthetics, our team of experienced injectors and aesthetic specialists can help choose the right dermal filler to address your wrinkle concerns.

We offer a wide range of dermal filler treatments to suit your specific needs, and we aim to be as transparent as possible,personally answering any queries or concerns about your chosen cosmetic procedure. Let our team create a personalized treatment plan for you to start your journey to smooth, wrinkle-free skin. Call us at (816) 359-3310 and schedule your initial consultation today.

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What is your perfect cosmetic filler? Whether in your lips, cheeks, or anywhere else, our providers know exactly how to make you look your best. Call us today to learn more.


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