Hyaluronic acid is a unique substance that is essentially a tool for renewing and "lubricating" the joint. Today, the use of hyaluronic acid as part of aesthetic medicine and facial hyaluronic acid fountains has become very common. Furthermore, injections to the back of the hand for the purpose of volume are an increasingly common treatment ... But here I will refer to injections of hyaluronic acid for joints and at the same time also cases where there is an indication for this treatment and the price of hyaluronic acid as well.
Hyaluronic acid injections are used to improve the ability of the joint fluid to absorb shocks and to shield or smooth the movement of the joint. Hyaluronic acid acts as an oily substance between the two sides of the joint, thus reducing pain. Another theory beyond the topic of improvement in the properties of the joint fluid itself is related to the fact that the decomposition products of the injected material stimulate the cells at the joint margin to produce more hyaluronic acid beyond what they normally produce.
Today, I use hyaluronic acid that comes from cells only. In fact, in the past, they would produce the hyaluronic acid injections from the chickens or chicken combs, whereas today they produce the hyaluronic acid in colonies of bacteria. Different types of hyaluronic acid have different prices and different sources of production.
So how much does an injection of hyaluronic acid cost?
Or what is the price of a hyaluronic acid syringe?
The relevant question is which type of hyaluronic acid is best for the joint?
Is it worth doing a single shot or three or five?
Is this the right treatment?
Should you combine with another treatment?
And which company is the best fit?
Moreover, the treatment with hyaluronic acid injection is an excellent treatment for diabetics as well as other complex patients as it is usually free of systemic side effects. Or in other words there is almost no problem treating it in any type of patient.
You are invited to contact Dr. Amir Oron's clinic to schedule an appointment for a specialist orthopedic surgeon assessment and injection of hyaluronic acid.