What is the average price for a first time Dysport injection? .

Mild wrinkles for crows feet, bunny line, and forehead.

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Dysport Pricing

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Pricing per unit for Dysport, Botox or Xeomin vary depending on the area you live in. Dysport units are calculated differently than Botox at a 3 to 1 ratio. You would have to call around to your local cosmetic surgery centers for pricing, but I would expect to pay $8-12 a unit. 

Huntsville Plastic Surgeon
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Pricing for Dysport?

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Pricing for Dysport and Botox varies in terms of price per unit, but both products are safe and highly effective at temporarily relaxing your frown line and forehead muscles. We use a $3 dollar a unit price, but also offer several ways for patients to save on the injectables through promotions in the office. Best wishes, Dr. ALDO

Aldo Guerra, MD
Scottsdale Plastic Surgeon
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Pricing is based on the amounts used. You maybe looking at costs from $300-600+ This can also depend on the type of physician injecting you as well.

Christopher Balgobin, MD
Minneapolis Physician
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Dysport Price

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Pricing for Dysport, Botox, and any fillers will be dependant on your location and individual injecting.  The prices can vary dramatically based on your region.  You can expect to pay more if you are having a board certified physician performing the injections in a doctors office than if you are having a nurse trained in injections in a medspa location.  Keep in mind, you get what you pay for

Brian Dorfman, MD, DMD
Phoenix Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon

Prices and amount vary

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Prices and amounts vary so much from doctor to doctor and based upon patient needs and desires.  It is important to remember it takes 2.5-3 x as much dysport to get a similar response as botox, so keep that in mind when comparing prices.  It is best to have an in person consultation with an expert to discuss your goals, expectations and cost considerations.  When in doubt it usually pays to pay a little more to get an expert.

Kyle Coleman, MD
New Orleans Dermatologic Surgeon
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Dysport and Price

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Pricing is dependant on areas treated, number of units, location of the country, and persons expertise.  Best, Dr. Emer.

Jason Emer, MD
Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 207 reviews

Dysport - Average cost

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The average cost for Dysport injections will vary according to geographical location, surgeon, and amount of units you require. Consult with a board certified plastic surgeon. He or She will evaluate your muscle activity during consultation - by telling you to frown and smile, at which point the amount of units you need will be decided. The average fee is between $10-$15. Dysport typically lasts 3 - 4 months. Be sure to maintain your results by scheduling regular follow up visits. Best of Luck!

That depends...

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A lot of things go into pricing a treatment of botox or dysport. This includes the skill or seniority of the injector, the size and strength of the muscles that are being treated, as well as your geographical location.  In general for the average person people will use about 150 units in the upper 1/3 of the face. And the average price for the average injector is about 3$ per unit. That being said you should expect to pay between 400 and 550$ depending on the skill of the injector, and how much Dysport they use.

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