How much would be the total price of Botox for the forehead if it is priced at 10 dollars per unit?
Botox Price for Forehead Wrinkles?
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Although most places charge by the unit, I think this can leave people confused and unhappy. I our practice, we charge by the area treated. Each area in the upper face costs $175. Typically treated areas include between the eyebrows (glabella), the forehead, and in the "crow's feet". First-time patient discounts and other specials often apply. There are several benefits to charging by the area:
- We use as much Botox as is necessary to work, but don't overuse
- You are guaranteed the muscles will be paralyzed. If not enough was used, touch ups are done at no cost. Again, you pay for the area and not the amount of medication used. Its my job to make sure I use enough.
- You know exactly how much it will be before you come in. No surprises.
As a side note, I typically use between 20 (one area) and 60 (3 areas) units for the upper face, so the total cost is less than $10/unit.
Price of Botox treatment at $10.00 per unit
First of all, be careful chosing the Doctor who will inject the Botox.
Most experienced Board Certified Dermatologists and Plastic Surgeons will charge more than $10.00 per unit, although it is possible that you may get very good results at this price.
We inject between 14 and 22 units on the brow and 8 to 16 units on the forehead, to start with.
We often review the results 2 weeks later, especially for new patients. We can then inject additional units if necessary.
We charge $13.00 per unit.
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No way of knowing. First I'm not sure everyone prices Botox at $10 per unit and if they do, there's no way to tell how many units your forehead would require. In our Beverly Hills/Los Angeles office, we charge $300 per area for Botox and the forehad takes typically 2 areas for a total cost of $600.
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In general, the forehead requires anywhere from 10-20 units of botox depending on the patient's anatomy. Therefore at $10 a unit this should run you anywhere from $100-$200. In your consultation, you should feel comfortable talking to your surgeon about how many units he/she thinks you'll need prior to injecting. That way you will have a better understanding as to how much your total cost will be.
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Expect to pay $100-300 to smooth forehead wrinkles with Botox
Fore head Botox Cost
Price / Cost of Botox in Beverly Hills, California and Los Angeles for Forehead , Crow's feet , and Glabella
$$ for Botox To The Forehead?
The number of Botox units injected depends on the strength of the "forehead muscles" you are trying to paralyze with the toxin to improve the wrinkles, both at rest and during "activation". Different people require different quantities of Botox in different areas to get similar results. A simple example is the following -- a man in his 30s will likely have a stronger set of facial muscles than a young woman in her 20s. He will thus need more Botox than the girl to obtain a similar result.
Typically, I inject 15-20 units in the forehead and 20-25 units between the brows. So, if you are paying $10 per unit, this would range anywhere from $350 to $450. (**On a side note, $10 a unit is a very cheap price, and I would question the experience of the injector who quotes this price -- this is obviously exclusive of promotions, or a discount that may be provided for you...)
One point I stress to all prospective Botox patients is to make sure they do their research when it pertains to their physician injector.
The experience of the physician is more important than the price of the Botox.
I think the key lies in truly understanding the anatomy of the injected area, and more importantly the variability in the anatomy between patients -- for brows, the forehead and anywhere else you plan on receiving a Botox injection. This includes having a firm understanding of the origin, insertion, and action of each muscle that will be injected, the thickness of each muscle targeted, and the patient variability therein. As a plastic surgeon, I am intrinsically biased since I operate in the area for browlifts and facelifts, and have a unique perspective to the muscle anatomy since I commonly dissect under the skin and see the actual muscles themselves. For me, this helps guide where to inject and where not to. However, with that said, I know many Dermatologists who know the anatomy well despite not operating in that area, and get great results.
It should not be the price of the Botox, but the experience and education of the individual physician that should guide where you receive your Botox treatment.
Always remember, you tend to get what you pay for.
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