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BOTOX & DYSPORT
Botox and Dysport are Neurotoxins that can be equally as effective and are a simple, non-surgical method for temporarily reducing the appearance of moderate to severe vertical frown lines between the eyebrows that look like an “11” – Botox and Dysport reduce the activity of the muscles that cause the “11′” to form by blocking nerve impulses that trigger wrinkle-causing muscle contractions, creating an improved appearance between the brows. Botox and Dysport both can also be used to minimize Crowsfeet, Forehead Lines, and Bunny Lines. Results can last 3-4 months on average and vary from patient to patient. Dysport is made by Galderma and Botox is made by Allergan. We offer many savings on injectables.
We offer competitive pricing for both Dysport and Botox and encourage our clients to sign up for Rewards with Galderma’s Aspire Rewards Program and Botox Cosmetic’s Brilliant Distinctions Program to receive instant rebates and additional savings. To view, our current monthly specials follow this link. Both Neurotoxins are very popular and we encourage all patients to try both. Dysport tends to kick in faster than Botox and Botox can last a little longer. The cost per unit for Neurotoxins are very similar. Botox generally runs between $11-$12 per unit. We offer additional savings when you purchase Dysport or Botox as an annual package.
Botox and/or Dysport is usually injected in increments of a 3-4 month apart depending on age and individualized needs. We also offer Juvederm Fillers and Restylane Fillers and encourage you to explore either. Dr. Slater’s favorite products are made by Galderma and include Dysport, Restylane Lyft, Restylane Refyne, and Sculptra.
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