Botox vs fillers cost is a huge topic of interest for patients looking for facial rejuvenation. Botox freezes your muscles and stops creases and wrinkles caused by facial expressions. Currently, at Dr. Mowlavi’s office, our botox prices are $12/unit.
Patients typically receive anywhere from 10-20 units of botox on the forehead, and an additional number of units to correct for crow’s feet around the eyes.
On the other hand, Dermal fillers are injected into areas that have lost volume in the face to create a smoother, younger look. For facial fillers, our prices are based on per syringe and differ depending on the type of filler.
Radiesse filler, which is firmer and lasts anywhere from 1.5 to 2 years, currently costs $550.00 per syringe. Juvederm Ultra Plus, a much softer filler that lasts 6-9 months, currently costs $450.00 per syringe.
Botox vs Fillers Cost: Which is More Expensive?
When comparing botox vs fillers cost, botox procedures are often cheaper since they typically last 6 months. However, patients must be careful when comparing botox vs filler costs because they are two distinct procedures that treat different areas.
Botox vs fillers pricing and availability of a product may change over time, so please make sure to call us at our direct phone number for accurate pricing as well as to schedule your botox or filler procedure.
Please appreciate this female patient following fillers in the jowl region to correct her facial contour.
Q: I’m worried that botox will make me look expressionless and fake, will this happen?
A: Dr. Mowlavi uses his expertise and great caution to ensure you only are given as much botox as you need to fix your concerns, but not overdone to excessively hinder facial expression. He uses great precision in his injections and only injects botox in problem areas (such as the forehead and crows feet).
Q: How do I know how many units of botox I need?
A: When you come into Dr. Mowlavi’s office, he will carefully listen to your concerns regarding your problem areas and choose the correct number of units to address these concerns.