How To Compare Botox Costs
There are so many places now that offer wrinkle relaxing injection treatments, with such a large spectrum of prices associated, that it can be difficult to figure out what you’re paying for, and who provides the best Botox costs for quality.
Prices can generally be split into three sections; practitioner, product, and area.
It’s important, when selecting a practitioner, to know what you should look out for and how different practitioners’ prices will vary.
Type Of Practitioner
Doctors who practice injectable treatments usually cost more to see than nurses, due to the advanced understanding of facial anatomy and structures beneath the skin. At PHI Clinic, Botox is a predominantly doctor-led treatment, and are only performed by professionals who have been handpicked by Dr Tapan Patel himself, including our injectables nurses.
The experience level of your clinician will influence Botox costs; the more skilled the clinician, the higher the price is likely to be.
Demand For Different Practitioners
There may be price differences between professionals within a clinic or setting, which can reflect the above points, or be indicative of the demand for a certain individual.
Botox is actually a brand name for botulinum toxin type A, and is probably the most common one you will hear of in tabloids and the news, but there are other brands, across which price will vary. At PHI Clinic, we exclusively use Botox by Allergan for its proven safety and efficacy.
The amount of product needed to achieve the desired effect can be a determining factor in the final cost of your wrinkle injection treatment.
Depending upon the clinic or setting you visit, the price of wrinkle relaxing treatments may depend on the number of areas treated, or the specific areas themselves.
At PHI, we cost by number of areas, unless specific treatment is desired, like jawline slimming.
Personalised Botox Costs
For a complete treatment plan and costing, you will need to have a comprehensive consultation here at PHI Clinic. This is mandatory, and we require 24 hours between consultation and treatment, to ensure patient safety.
These consultations are free to existing patients, but new patients will have to pay a small redeemable fee. For more information, you can contact us on 0207 034 5999 or email us at email@example.com.