FDA-approved Captique is an anti-aging cosmetic dermal filler treatment for people seeking a non-surgical dermatology facial rejuvenation solution.
During the pre-treatment consultation, the Captique treatment provider will inform the patient on various aspects of the injectable procedure, including its approximate sticker price.
The first goal of a dedicated treatment provider is to help the patient make a well-considered choice keeping in mind all factors, including the financial costs of the procedure.
The dependable Suncoast Skin Solutions, led by board-certified dermatologist Dr. Christopher Ewanowski, provides Captique facial filler to patients in Tampa, Brandon, Lutz, Seminole, Riverview, Brooksville, Winter Haven, Daytona Beach, Largo, St. Petersburg, Ocala, The Villages Central Florida, Florida, and surrounding locations in this region of South Florida.
Comparing Costs with Other Procedures
Captique dermal filler treatment is much more cost-effective compared to plastic surgery as well as other facial rejuvenation procedures involving laser and ultrasound.
This treatment can be completed in one in-office session of around 30 minutes. The procedure does not require medical tests, anesthesia, prescription meds or post-operative expenses in a majority of cases.
Captique filler outcomes sustain for longer even in comparison to some other collagen or dermal fillers or laser, ultrasound or RF based non-surgical medical spa procedures. This makes Captique injectable treatment more affordable than several other non-surgical options to treat facial aging.
Price Tag Factors
Captique filler treatment costs will differ between two practices and even between two patients at the same practice in some cases. The location of the practice where the patient undergoes the treatment is a key influencer of the financial factors as the cost of living varies between cities. This impacts the average cost of goods and services in the area, including the cost of cosmetic procedures.
The professional credentials, skills, and reputation of the treatment provider will also affect the treatment costs as the standards of services vary between practices.
Captique syringes are available in various sizes according to the area of the face being treated. Smaller areas would require less gel reducing the overall price tag of the treatment. For example, if the patient requires Captique for smile line surrounding the lips, the treatment may involve one or two syringes of the product.
The treatment of finer lines, such as those around the lips, requires smaller and less costly syringes. During the initial consultation, the patient should clarify any concerns about the treatment cost and other aspects with the provider. They should also evaluate alternative injectable treatment monetary amounts to make a well-considered decision.
To maintain the results of Captique, some patients may need touch-up procedures two or three times a year. This will be an additional dollar figure to the patient.
Insurance and Financing
Captique is commonly performed as an elective cosmetic treatment. Therefore, it will not likely receive insurance coverage. But a patient will typically be eligible for various financing options such as private loans, bank loans, credit cards, and financing through medical care finance firms.
The astute Dr. Ewanowski’s skin care clinic receives patients from Tampa, Brandon, Lutz, Seminole, Riverview, Brooksville, Winter Haven, Daytona Beach, Largo, St. Petersburg, Ocala, The Villages Central Florida, Florida, and other communities and towns in this section of the state for Captique dermal filler injections.
SunCoast Skin Solutions Dermatology offices are located in Tampa / Hillsborough, St. Petersburg / Pinellas County, Brandon, Lutz (2 locations), Winter Haven, Largo, Riverview, Brooksville, Ocala, Largo at Bardmoor, Daytona Beach, Sarasota, and Palm Harbor, Florida. Contact us at 1-844-786-3376 or click here.