Botox is an FDA and Health Canada-approved purified non-animal protein that relaxes selected animation muscles. The most commonly targeted areas are between the frown lines, crow’s feet around the sides of the eyes, and worry lines on the forehead.
Botox injectable treatments take 15 – 30 minutes, and most patients return to work immediately after the procedure. Botox may cause muscle spasms, but this is a rare side effect.
The results of a single Botox injectable last between 3 to 6 months.
At SpaMedica, we charge by the number of Botox Injectable units used. To have your Botox injectable treatment performed by one of Toronto’s top cosmetic plastic surgeons, Dr. Malika Ladha, the cost per unit is $18.00 for the first 60 units. Alternatively, Dr. Malika Ladha’s personally trained and experienced injection nurses cost between $8.99 and $12.00 per unit injected.
Just like “mg” measures medication and “ml” measures liquids, “units” measure the strength and amount of Botox Injectable.
One unit of Botox is the amount required to attain a specific level of muscle relaxation. The more units used, the greater the degree of muscle relaxation. Larger animation muscles require more units than smaller, more delicate areas.
The number of units for your specific needs will be discussed during your initial consultation, but these figures should be used as a general guide.
To determine the cost of your Botox Injectable treatment, multiply the number of units by the unit price. For example, 10 units would cost $100 at $10 per unit.
Botox Injectable and dermal fillers like Juvederm, Sculptra, and Revanesse are non-invasive cosmetic procedures that use different ingredients but often offer the same results. Talk to Dr. Malika Ladha and her team to determine which injectable option is best for you.
Dr. Malika Ladha is a top-rated Botox doctor in Toronto and has successfully performed Botox Injectable procedures for decades. Our Toronto Botox clinic is also staffed with skilled injection nurses, all trained and overseen by Dr. Malika Ladha.
SpaMedica offers new Botox Injectable patients a special pricing offer (as low as $99) for their first zone of treatment.
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No, Botox is not covered by OHIP unless it is being administered for medical concerns, such as migraines or hyperhidrosis.