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Botox® Pricing Guide for Popular Treatment Areas

Botox® is a medication, and like any other medication, it has a recommended dosage that is to be determined by a medical professional. Botox® dosage is measured in units, which ensures that patients will get exactly what they pay for (you are only paying for the amount you need). The best results come from combining the appropriate dosage with precise targeting.
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What is a unit of Botox®?

A unit of Botox® refers to the measurement of the amount of Botox® that is administered during a treatment. Botox® is typically packaged and sold in vials containing 100 units. This measurement is used as a standard measurement for determining the appropriate dosage for a given treatment, and for determining the cost of the procedure.

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How much does Botox® cost for Glabella (Frown lines, the “eleven’s”, Between Eyebrows)?

Thinking about getting Botox® to smooth out those wrinkles? One of the most popular areas to treat is between the eyebrows, also known as the “frown lines” or “the eleven’s.” This area is considered one treatment zone and usually takes 20 units of Botox® to fix. It’ll run you about $325.

How much does Botox® cost for Crow’s Feet?

Another spot people get treated is around the eyes, known as “crow’s feet.” Just like the frown lines, it’s considered one area and takes 20 units of Botox®. Same price tag, $325.

How much does Botox® cost for the Forehead and Frown?

If you’re thinking about getting your forehead done too, just keep in mind that treating just the forehead alone can sometimes make your eyebrows droop. So, it’s best to treat both the forehead and the frown lines together for a more natural look. This is considered one and a half treatment areas, takes 32 units of Botox® and it’ll cost you between $450 to $475.

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How much does Botox® cost for Frown and Crow’s Feet treatment together?

And if you want to get both the frown lines and crow’s feet done, it’s considered two treatment areas and it takes 40 units of Botox®. This’ll run you about $600.

Keep in mind, these are just rough estimates and the final cost will depend on your individual needs and desired results. So, it’s best to consult with a professional to get an accurate price. But overall, Botox® is a quick, easy and effective way to look younger and feel more confident.

How does Botox® Pricing Work at Most Clinics?

Botox® pricing can be a bit tricky to understand, since different offices charge in different ways. Some by unit, some by area. But honestly, it doesn’t make much of a difference. Take the frown line for example, it’s one area and usually takes 20 units of Botox® to treat. So you could say it’s $300 for that area, or $15 per unit ($15 x 20 units = $300). It’s pretty much the same thing.

Doctors buy Botox® from the makers, Allergan, in bottles with 100 units. It comes as a powder and has to be mixed with saline before injecting. Whether an office charges by unit or area, the cost of Botox® is only slightly based on how much is used.

The best way to figure out pricing is to see some common Botox® treatment scenarios and the approximate cost for each. Like for treating the Elevens, crow’s feet, forehead, and frown. These examples are pretty standard, but nothing beats an in-person evaluation where the provider can give you an accurate price.

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