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Treatment Cost


Before considering treatment for dark circles under eyes, it is important for prospective patients to take the cost of this treatment into account. Because these procedures are not medically necessary and are only done for cosmetic purposes, they are considered elective and are not paid for under any health insurance plan. The cost for this type of surgery depends on many factors.

The geographic area of the cosmetic dermatology facility can play a part in cost. The cosmetic dermatologist’s expertise and reputation may also be a factor in the cost of the treatment. A more experienced physician will be able to command a higher price for cosmetic surgery services. On the lower end of the cost spectrum, this treatment runs twenty-five hundred dollars. On the higher end, the cost can be as much as five thousand dollars.

However, the national average for dark circle treatment is thirty-six hundred dollars, and patients should expect to pay at least this much for their procedure. There are two ways that patients can pay for this treatment. They can either pay for it out of their own pockets or obtain financing to cover the cost. Many cosmetic dermatologists offer loans to their patients through financing companies to help their patients pay for their treatments. They may also offer payment plans to patients as well.

All patients who are interested in undergoing treatment to remove their dark circles should speak with the staff at their chosen cosmetic dermatology facility about their payment policies and options.


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Simon Ourian, M.D.