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How much do neuromodulators (Botox/Dysport/Xeomin) Injections cost?

Neuromodulators such as Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin are designed to achieve cosmetic reduction of aging lines and wrinkles on the face.

Ever since the FDA approvals for these neuromodulators were granted, these injectables have remained the top facial anti-aging procedure in the country.

Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin are all popular neuromodulators that are available in the market today. These neuromodulators are fairly equivalent in terms of advantages and costs. During the pre-treatment consultation, the injection provider will discuss various facets of the procedure with the patient, including its approximate costs.

The provider’s primary concern during the initial consultation is to enable the patient to make a well-considered decision. Devoted board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Bram Kaufman provides neuromodulator injections to patients in Beachwood, Pepper Pike, Cleveland, OH, and surrounding communities and cities in The Buckeye State.

Financial Comparison

In comparison to facelift cosmetic surgery or even various non-invasive anti-aging treatments for the face, neuromodulators are likely to be more cost-effective. The patient can receive this injection procedure in-office, and it does not involve the use of general anesthesia or sedation. Patients can resume their routine or work right after the procedure.

Neuromodulator injections may cost significantly less than techniques involving ultrasound, lasers, or radio frequency energy.

A neuromodulator procedure can be completed in a single treatment session. Other cosmetic treatments may sometimes require multiple sessions to complete the procedure. Neuromodulator injectables are more affordable as the treatment can be performed in-office and involves almost no post-treatment expenses.

Price Tag Variations

Neuromodulator treatment costs may differ marginally between two patients depending on the treatment’s extent. Some patients only require a basic maintenance procedure to address frown lines between the eyebrows or to eliminate crow’s feet around the eyes.

But some patients may want to use neuromodulators for non-label uses such as the elimination of lines around the nose and mouth and in the treatment of other wrinkles and creases on the face.

The injection provider may charge either a flat rate based on the number of treatment areas involved or according to the units of the neuromodulator to be used for a specific patient.

Prioritize Safety over Costs

There is an increasing trend of “Botox parties” as well as off-site neuromodulator treatments. The patient may find these options attractive due to the relatively low price of the treatment.

But patients should understand that neuromodulators are an extremely potent treatment. The FDA warns against indiscriminate or irresponsible use of neuromodulators. These should only be injected by a qualified provider to avoid any potential complications.

Therefore, patients should be cautious and evaluate the professional qualifications of the neuromodulator provider before deciding on receiving the treatment.

Insurance and Financing

Neuromodulators typically do not receive insurance coverage, but patients should discuss with their insurer prior to seeking treatment.

Some neuromodulator manufacturers also offer free guidance on the product over the phone. In case the patient is planning a Botox, Dysport, or Xeomin treatment along with other procedures, they may explore various financing options or seek a loan through professional medical care financing companies.


Board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Bram Kaufman receives patients from Beachwood, Pepper Pike, Cleveland, OH, and other towns and suburbs in this magnificent part of the country for neuromodulator injectable treatments. To learn more about cosmetic treatment and procedures or to schedule a consultation by Cleveland Ohio area plastic surgeon, Dr. Bram Kaufman, please contact us at 1-216-778-2245 or click here.

Neuromodulators (Botox/Dysport/Xeomin) Injections

Botox/Dysport/Xeomin

botox before and after photosNeuromodulators (Botox, Dysport, Xeomin) are injected into certain areas to cause a temporary muscle tone loss.

Consequently, there will be a reduction in wrinkles and lines in the forehead and upper face as well as the furrows between the eyebrows creating an aesthetically desirable effect.

Following the treatment, the upper skin layer remains wrinkle-free and smooth whereas the untreated muscles of the face contract normally causing no impact on regular facial expressions.

Board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Bram Kaufman provides neuromodulator injections to patients in Beachwood, Pepper Pike, Cleveland, OH, and surrounding communities in this region of The Mother of Presidents.

Injection Procedure and Results

The treatment provider takes around 10 minutes to administer the neuromodulator injections, and they offer results for an average of three to four months.

After patients receive three to four injections, neuromodulators have shown to create a long-term effect in the reduction of forehead lines, crow’s feet and deep furrows between the brows.

The patient does not need sedation or local anesthetic for this treatment and can resume their routine immediately. They can drive themselves back home or to the office right after the treatment. The neuromodulators show effect within two to five days following the injections, but the full outcomes may take up to two weeks to become apparent.

A common side effect of this treatment is bruising at the injection location. However, side effects of this treatment are temporary and negligible. Neuromodulators are an excellent treatment for the deep furrows between the eyebrows, forehead lines, crow’s feet and wrinkles.

The procedure is relatively painless. The effects of the treatment start becoming noticeable in three to five days, and full outcomes are apparent at around ten days after the injection.

A treatment series lasts for around three months. Periodic use can mitigate fine lines more sustainably over time. Some patients may have mild headaches or redness at the site of the injection within 12 hours of receiving the treatment.

Botox Injectables

Botox is one of the most sought-after injectable treatments available in the market today. It helps patients achieve a natural-looking and rested facial appearance. Botox injectables help reduce wrinkles and fine lines on the face by paralyzing the underlying muscles. Repetitive treatments also help in preventing the development of new wrinkles.

The effects of Botox injections can sustain for up to three to four months and only have an impact on the injection site. This enables the treatment provider to apply it in a manner that offers very natural looking outcomes.

The treatment takes 15 to 20 minutes to complete. A majority of users only feel little to no pain when receiving the injections. The results start becoming visible after two days, and full outcomes are evident by the 10th day.

Dysport Injections

Dysport and Botox are similar in the sense that they both enable the muscles of the face to relax and fill-in wrinkles. It can provide the eyes with a more youthful look by lifting a sagging brow. As with Botox, Dysport injectables treatment is also quick and painless.

The Dysport formulation is almost the same as Botox. However, it contains a lesser concentration of protein in comparison to Botox.

Xeomin Injections

Xeomin is a neuromodulator which means that it prevents the contraction of muscles. Xeomin has received approval for the cosmetic use of treating moderate to severe frown lines, lines between the brows and other lines on the forehead.

Committed plastic surgeon Dr. Bram Kaufman receives patients from Beachwood, Pepper Pike, Cleveland, OH, and other cities and suburbs in this region of the nation for anti-aging treatments.

To learn more about cosmetic treatment and procedures or to schedule a consultation by Cleveland Ohio area plastic surgeon, Dr. Bram Kaufman, please contact us at 1-216-778-2245 or click here.

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