One of my friends was telling me she heard something about a Dysport rebate similar to what Botox has done in the past. Is this true that a Dysport rebate is being offered right now?
Is There a Dysport Rebate?
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Many manufacturers or distributors of cosmetic injectable products will offer rebates or specials from time to time in order to entice providers to purchase more of a particular product or patients to request a particular product for injection. These offers will vary over time. You can always ask your provider about any current specials or rebates for a given product, but in the case of neuromodulators like Dysport or Botox, if one product works well for you, there is often not a good reason to switch.
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ASPIRE- Galderma/dysport rewards program
Dysport is owned by the company named Galderma, They have just recently came out with the rewards program for clients/patients who use galderma products such as Dysport called the Aspire Galderma rewards program! It is very easy to register for, no paperwork involved, and it has a personal profile site just for you! I hope this helps you on your journey!:)
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Dysport currently has rebates for $50. You need to submit the receipt from your physician with a form from the Medicis web site. See their web site for the duration of this promotion. It seems they typically do it in two month cycles.
There is a fifty dollar rebate this month. I believe that this is a company rebate and valid all over.
Finally there is competition for Botox! Starting Feb. 1, 2011 there will be a new $50 rebate for Dysport which we will match in our office with another $50 instant rebate giving you $100 off your Dysport treatment! There are new rebates and deals for both Dysport and Botox that come and go monthly so it always pays to call your doctor's office to find out what's coming up.
Dypsort is offering a "Love it or Leave it" Deal. This means for the first treatment, you get $75 for trying Dysport. If you love it, on your next treatment of Dysport you get $75 back. However, if you leave it for Botox, you get $75 back. Seems like a pretty bold and aggressive marketing plan to take over some of the market share from Botox.
Rebate for dysport
Dysport will pay for a treatment in patients who are botox users. If you switch back to botox they will pay for the second treatment. Seems like a pretty good deal to me.
The current Dysport rebate is called the "Dysport Challenge." What is interesting is that the company will pay you 75$ for trying their product. They will also pay you another 75$ at your next treatment whether you choose to go back to Botox or stay with Dysport. I have never seen something like this in our field and so it is exciting to see a company who is so confident in their product. So far it has proven to be an outstanding product. As you can read on other posts by other plastic surgeons and dermatologists, they feel that Dysport lasts longer than Botox and I agree with this assessment at similar priced injections although in some patients the difference may be small. I have done a side by side injection and have seen a significant difference with Dysport lasting a month longer than the Botox side.However, a large study of side to side injections will be the only way to settle this debate though but in general you should expect at least equivalent results. Keep us posted on your experience and be sure your injector is experienced with both products.
Dysport $150 rebate
The company who makes Dysport (Medicis) is offering a $75 rebate after your first Dysport treatment, and another $75 cash back rebate after your second Dysport treatment, for a total of $150 in rebates. The first and second treatment must be spaced at least 3 months apart, and you need a receipt from the physician where you had your treatment to mail in. Your dermatologist should be able to give you all of the details. My patients have been receiving their rebates in the mail and are very excited about them!
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