How much is Botox for wrinkles and lines under both eyes?

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Cost Depends on Skill of Injector

The cost of Botox varies from who is doing it: doctor versus nurse, where it is being done, and the skill level of the provider. We always recommend seeing a board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon and making sure the skill level of the provider is there — too many people inject Botox but do not understand the anatomy, do not understand the intricacies of doing the injections and quite frankly just follow a cookbook and do not achieve the results that some with the skills and artistry of injections by those of us skilled in performing them. Botox injections are a skill, and you can get cheap injections or you can get artistic injections — which obviously cost more, but in the end are so worth it.


Nashville Dermatologic Surgeon
3.9 out of 5 stars 17 reviews

Botox for under eye wrinkles

The cost is hard to say without determining which exact wrinkles are being treated and how deep they are. The cost is very likely under $300, and may even be as low as $50, depends on a few things. Most importantly, the anatomy around the eye is very particular and so you want an expert injector such as a dermatologist or plastic surgeon treating you for optimal results and safety.

Benjamin Barankin, MD
Toronto Dermatologic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 44 reviews

How much for Botox and fillers for under eyes

Hi there,
This is a difficult question to answer without a consultation.  It really depends...on many things.
How significant are the wrinkles? Your age? What affect are you looking for? How much of a tear trough (lower eyelid bag)?  How tight is your skin?  

Don't go looking for a deal.  Go some place reputable.  Too many times I have seen patients that have had a ton of product (Botox and filler) used in the past.  They got a "great deal" on the unit price.  In the end 2-3x more product than necessary was used resulting in higher overall costs and an unnatural looking result.  Remember, the goal should be to look great.  To do this you want to make an improvement that freshens things up, but you don't want it to be so obvious (ie. to someone that doesn't know you) that it takes away the beauty.
Dr Rodger Shortt
Oakville Plastic Surgeon

Rodger Shortt, FRCSC
Toronto Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 52 reviews

Cost of Botox

The price for Botox depends both on the experience of the injector and the amount of product being used.  All too often the best price may be water down and not give you the best results.  I use "baby Botox" where small amounts are used in key areas to minimize the "plastic" look for patients and give the best results for the price.

Cost for Botox for Wrinkles and Lines under both Eyes

The cost of Botox varies greatly by who is doing it. Those physicians with less experience tend to charge less. Those with significant experience tend to charge for that experience. You, therefore, usually get what you pay for. I personally charge a flat fee for the 1st area done and a lesser flat fee for every additional area done. I also do not simply put Botox where parents tell me they want it. I make sure that it will do what they want it to before injecting it. In you, waiting to get rid of lines under the eyes, I am likely to tell you that Botox will not solve your problem and suggest something else. Make sure you see an expert injector who can evaluate what you desire and determine what will give you the best outcome. 

Robert T. Buchanan, MD
Highlands Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 5 reviews

How much is Botox for wrinkles and lines under both eyes?

Treatment of crows feet can cost anywhere between $150-$500, depending on where you are located and how much product needs to be used. 

Victoria Karlinsky, MD
Manhattan General Surgeon
4.4 out of 5 stars 22 reviews

Botox for wrinkles and lines under both eyes

Botox won't do anything for inferior orbital wrinkles. CO2 laser resurfacing, on the other hand can do a marvelous job. I suggest you find someone who has experience with the procedure. Based on your location, you might check Cleveland Clinic Dermatology. I was on staff there and we did a lot of CO2 laser work.           jlr

John Louis Ratz, MD
Clermont Dermatologist

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