The cost depends on the volume of filler you require and the specific brand of Hyaluronic acid.

A quality brand of Hyaluronic acid such as Hyacorp may cost the clinic £2,000 to 3,000 to purchase for a 200 ml procedure, whereas a budget brand might only cost the clinic £300 to £500.

(There is a significant incentive for doctors to sell cheaper filler to improve the profit margin of the procedure, however the results are not as good for the patient).

Someone who is slim, to begin with, will get a noticeable increase in buttock volume with a small number of buttock injections.

If the patient already has a large bottom, or, wishes to achieve a more dramatic increase in volume, they will require a high volume of filler to be injected.


As a rough guide:

A slim patient wanting a subtle, natural increase in buttock volume may require at least 100 ml of filler to each side, a total 200 ml, or more.

200 ml = £3,600

A patient with a medium build may require 150 ml, or more, to each side, a total of 300 ml, or more.

300 ml = £4,800

A larger patient or a patient requiring a significant increase in volume may require more than 300 ml to each side, a total of 600 ml or more.

600 ml = £8,100


Your surgeon will be able to advise you on the quantity of filler you are likely to require during your consultation.

*Individual results may vary from person to person.


Treatment of shape irregularity, or indents from trauma or scarring: 10 – 100 ml, approximately £1,500 – £3,000.


A consultation with a buttock surgeon is required in order to get a more accurate estimate of the volume of filler required.