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I want to get Botox but I'm on disability and raising a 16 yr old daughter. (photo)

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Botox is an elective procedure for cosmetic purposes

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Botox is an elective procedure when done for cosmetic purposes. Everyone who gets it needs to remember that it will last only 3-4 months, so strapping yourself financially to get the procedure done just may not be a good idea.

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Las Vegas Dermatologist
4.5 out of 5 stars 7 reviews

Botox

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Cosmetic procedures are elective. Therefore, one must be sure the cost fits in with one's other priorities.

Patients that are very tight on funds may choose to go to a low cost provider of cosmetic services.  Beware of such an approach, as medical treatments have risks and must be done by an expert with experience, skill, and appropriate ethics.

Best wishes.

Timothy Connall, MD
Portland Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 6 reviews

Botox

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Botox costs money and it is for cosmetic uses and this will have to be a self-pay procedure. Good luck with your pursuit.

Steven Wallach, MD
Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 17 reviews

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I want to get Botox but I'm on disability and raising a 16 yr old daughter.

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BOTOX has a cost. So shop around to see the fee per unit of BOTOX. Average in CA $10/unit to $12/unit.... 

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To obtain the proper result in the most commonly treated areas, up to 20 units of botox are needed. The cost of the product alone is $100.

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