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Truly Exceptional Results

The facial fillers used at LUX INJECTIONS are made from hyaluronic acid. The use of fillers can eliminate wrinkles, plump and hydrate, replace soft-tissue volume loss, raise scar depressions, and volumize creases and folds of the face. As we age, our skin becomes more susceptible to wrinkles and fine lines, especially due to sun damage and muscle movement. Facial fillers provide a solution to such damage through facial injections. Book a consultation and we’ll discuss a treatment customized to your wants and needs. 

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$650 per syringe, discounted for more syringes 

Dermal Filler is used to lift and contour the cheeks and restore volume that has been lost. This also diminishes the appearance of the nasolabial folds (laugh lines). Average amount used is 1-3 syringes.



Whether you want a little added volume or want a fully plump lip, I'm confident we have the treatment for you. We will decide together which filler is best for you based on your goals. Numbing cream is provided for comfort (please come 15 minutes early to numb).

Tear Trough


The under eye (aka tear trough) can become hollowed over time and may need to be filled with dermal filler to bring volume back. 

$600 per syringe

Filler is used to soften the appearance of the nasolabial folds (smile/laugh lines around the mouth). Often, cheek (midface) filler is needed to help lift and take the weight off of the nasolabial folds in addition to this treatment– see Cheek Filler option.

$600 per syringe

Filler is used to rejuvenate the lower face, fill in fine lines around the mouth, and up-turn the corners of the mouth as needed. This is a completely custom treatment based on your needs and desires.


$600 per syringe

Dermal filler placed in the chin is used to help with facial balancing. It elongates the jaw and can create a more appealing profile. This area usually needs 1-3 syringes.


$600 per syringe

Dermal Filler placed in the jawline can add definition to all angles of the jawbone. Multiple syringes may be used on each side to achieve results.

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