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Costs for Fillers 1 year 11 months ago #1308699466

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I've booked a consult with Morganstern for Fillers.
Either Rejuvall or PMMA.

I know that costs depend based on age, size, circumsized, etc. etc....

But for those that have had experience with this particular clinic or any other what were your costs associated with fillers and for what amount?

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Costs for Fillers 1 year 11 months ago #1308699482

Prices are always subject to change, so if anyone does cite specific rates, please include the date that rate was quoted for context.

You can typically expect a $3k-$6k range for a single session, and possibly higher based on region (e.g. South America & Southeast Asia's medical tourism is less expensive than North American or European medical tourism for the same quality work).

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Costs for Fillers 1 year 11 months ago #1308699487

I paid 7100 for 10ml of Juviderm on 8/24/20

HA is expensive
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Costs for Fillers 1 year 11 months ago #1308699488

It isn't just the cost of the filler to take into account; the skill of the performing physician is critical to a successful, natural result. Many physicians have access to these products, that doesn't necessarily make them good at Phalloplasty.

Pardon the crude comparison, but you wouldn't go to just ANY Tattoo Artist or Barber if you're looking to get the job done right, especially more so when we're talking about our one & only Dick.

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Costs for Fillers 1 year 11 months ago #1308699489

You also need to understand it doesn't take a specialist to inject. Here in Ohio we have issues with anybody doing injectables. For example, dentists and OBGYNs are making a good profit injecting Botox. As an RN in Ohio, I am allowed to inject as long as I'm under the guidance of a physician. However, trust me, you don't want me injecting things into your most private parts.

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Costs for Fillers 1 year 11 months ago #1308699490

Buckeye71 wrote: You also need to understand it doesn't take a specialist to inject. Here in Ohio we have issues with anybody doing injectables. For example, dentists and OBGYNs are making a good profit injecting Botox. As an RN in Ohio, I am allowed to inject as long as I'm under the guidance of a physician. However, trust me, you don't want me injecting things into your most private parts.


Kinda like wearing spandex... just because you CAN doesn't mean you SHOULD

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Costs for Fillers 1 year 11 months ago #1308699491

Buckeye71 wrote: You also need to understand it doesn't take a specialist to inject.


Exactly, because technically speaking, there are no "specialists" because Phalloplasty isn't a formal medical discipline (unfortunately). There is no "Phalloplasty residency" in schools and no comprehensive guideline(s) either. If there are any "specialists," they'd be our resident Sponsors and a handful of non-Sponsors, far & few it seems.

Believe it or not, much of the advancements made in Phalloplasty take place in the very Clinics discussed on this site. No major R&D push by some University or some Shark Tank Investment; instead, these techniques are advanced by the creativity & innovation from the likes of Dr. Casavantes, Dr. Carney, Dr. Oates, and others. This is why I personally hold them in high esteem.

This is why when vetting Sponsors I prefer Cosmetic Dermatology, Urology, and Plastic Surgery, as they all have the closest relationship to Phalloplasty among all fields of study.

Remember, despite the many advancements in Phalloplasty, it remains a new frontier in aesthetic medicine. I sometimes talk about the "3 E's" --> Expertise (is he/she trained in a field related to Phalloplasty?), Experience (volume of patients and number of years in practice), and Ethics (deceptive marketing, glossing over complications, and/or silicone-use, are all deal breakers); these should be priority factors in selecting a Clinic/Practitioner, more so than bedside-manner, costs, or locale.

That said, I'm not suggesting to disregard costs altogether! One of the many reasons I continue to vet & invite Sponsors is to not only raise the bar of quality options, but to create competitive pricing for my readers. Even publish seasonal discounts when they are available. Cost is important, but be mindful of what's more important.
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Costs for Fillers 1 year 11 months ago #1308699492

Thanks skeptical. I always appreciate your level head. I have been a long time liurker but I've never posted. I've researched this a lot however, and as a collegiate college professor of nursing, I definitely appreciate the objectivity of this site. I will be starting my journey hopefully in February and will post my journey. Thanks for the work you do.

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Buckeye71 wrote: You also need to understand it doesn't take a specialist to inject.


Exactly, because technically speaking, there are no "specialists" because Phalloplasty isn't a formal medical discipline (unfortunately). There is no "Phalloplasty residency" in schools and no comprehensive guideline(s) either. If there are any "specialists," they'd be our resident Sponsors and a handful of non-Sponsors, far & few it seems.

Believe it or not, much of the advancements made in Phalloplasty take place in the very Clinics discussed on this site. No major R&D push by some University or some Shark Tank Investment; instead, these techniques are advanced by the creativity & innovation from the likes of Dr. Casavantes, Dr. Carney, Dr. Oates, and others. This is why I personally hold them in high esteem.

This is why when vetting Sponsors I prefer Cosmetic Dermatology, Urology, and Plastic Surgery, as they all have the closest relationship to Phalloplasty among all fields of study.

Remember, despite the many advancements in Phalloplasty, it remains a new frontier in aesthetic medicine. I sometimes talk about the "3 E's" --> Expertise (is he/she trained in a field related to Phalloplasty?), Experience (volume of patients and number of years in practice), and Ethics (deceptive marketing, glossing over complications, and/or silicone-use, are all deal breakers); these should be priority factors in selecting a Clinic/Practitioner, more so than bedside-manner, costs, or locale.

That said, I'm not suggesting to disregard costs altogether! One of the many reasons I continue to vet & invite Sponsors is to not only raise the bar of quality options, but to create competitive pricing for my readers. Even publish seasonal discounts when they are available. Cost is important, but be mindful of what's more important.


I completely agree and am grateful for your vetting of sponsors.

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Skeptical_One wrote: It isn't just the cost of the filler to take into account; the skill of the performing physician is critical to a successful, natural result. Many physicians have access to these products, that doesn't necessarily make them good at Phalloplasty.

Pardon the crude comparison, but you wouldn't go to just ANY Tattoo Artist or Barber if you're looking to get the job done right, especially more so when we're talking about our one & only Dick.


Your comparison is fine. I understand there is a lot more involved in the process - I was just looking for a ballpark.

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snakecharm3r wrote: I paid 7100 for 10ml of Juviderm on 8/24/20

HA is expensive


Thanks for the input Snake. I'm curious as to why HA would be more expensive as its shorter acting. Wouldn't something more permanent like PMMA be more expensive because its permanent?

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snakecharm3r wrote: I paid 7100 for 10ml of Juviderm on 8/24/20

HA is expensive


Thanks for the input Snake. I'm curious as to why HA would be more expensive as its shorter acting. Wouldn't something more permanent like PMMA be more expensive because its permanent?


A lot of that has to do with the source. You see, an American Doctor can get in trouble if he or she imports cheaper generic/alternative HA from abroad and must use only FDA-approved brands in the U.S., which always come at a higher price tag. And you're not necessarily wrong about the permanence-vs-temporary factor, because the American iteration of PMMA (Bellafill) is insanely expensive per-cc... or at least it was when it first came out.

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Sketch2000 wrote:

snakecharm3r wrote: I paid 7100 for 10ml of Juviderm on 8/24/20

HA is expensive


Thanks for the input Snake. I'm curious as to why HA would be more expensive as its shorter acting. Wouldn't something more permanent like PMMA be more expensive because its permanent?


A lot of that has to do with the source. You see, an American Doctor can get in trouble if he or she imports cheaper generic/alternative HA from abroad and must use only FDA-approved brands in the U.S., which always come at a higher price tag. And you're not necessarily wrong about the permanence-vs-temporary factor, because the American iteration of PMMA (Bellafill) is insanely expensive per-cc... or at least it was when it first came out.


Gotcha. Thanks Skeptical One

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Costs for Fillers 1 year 11 months ago #1308699536

I'm going to Dr. Casavantes for PMMA Linneasafe utmost package on promo for $4500 (normally 5k) October 5th 2020. But thats the most expensive package they had so thats what i went with. I think the linnea safe filler alone was$1500?
Utmost Package
Soft tissue filler Linnea Safe®
PRP Subcutaneous *
PRP Intracorporal (Cavernosa & Spongiosum) *
IPL Collagen Booster Session *
LED Red Light Healing Session (up to three) *
Microdrops, with the same filler being used for Phalloplasty.
Scrotox™ (Scrotal Relaxation with Botulinum Toxin)
Phallotox™ (Penile relaxation with botulinum toxin)
Medication. (Antibiotics, Painkiller, etc.)
Stretching Device
The other Dr in their office does it for about 1500 less.

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ml4z4rin wrote: I'm going to Dr. Casavantes for PMMA Linneasafe utmost package on promo for $4500 (normally 5k) October 5th 2020. But thats the most expensive package they had so thats what i went with. I think the linnea safe filler alone was$1500?
Utmost Package
Soft tissue filler Linnea Safe®
PRP Subcutaneous *
PRP Intracorporal (Cavernosa & Spongiosum) *
IPL Collagen Booster Session *
LED Red Light Healing Session (up to three) *
Microdrops, with the same filler being used for Phalloplasty.
Scrotox™ (Scrotal Relaxation with Botulinum Toxin)
Phallotox™ (Penile relaxation with botulinum toxin)
Medication. (Antibiotics, Painkiller, etc.)
Stretching Device
The other Dr in their office does it for about 1500 less.


Wow. Is this at Avanti?
That's not bad at all. Do they let you finance the cost?
Does any of that cover travel costs? I assume your travel costs are in addition to this.

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