How much are your neuromodulators per unit? This seems to be a common inquiry on the phone. As with all questions, there are a number of questions in return.
Injectables are medications that when injected into the skin relax muscles, and smooth the wrinkles those muscles were causing. The more you use, the more relaxed the muscle, the longer it lasts (usually 3 months). Therefore it is vital to know how many vials are needed, how long it needs to last, how relaxed and which muscles will be injected to produce the desired effect.
Dermal filler injections can last 9-12 months and are crucial in achieving a more natural look and having smooth and rejuvenated skin.
Trying to save 2$ per unit might seem like the logical thing to do at the beginning but in the long run, you will find you may need more units, which will cost you more money.
Making sure you are receiving a thorough assessment, proper treatment and placement, as well as having a technician with many years of experience is more important than saving 10 to 20 dollars. This is your beautiful face you are putting in someone else’s hands, and when it comes to your face, that wouldn’t be the time to be looking for a cheaper deal.
Once again, the price includes the actual filler as well as the experience and skill of the injector. No one wants to save money but land up looking funny, overfilled or underfilled.
Here are some of the more important questions to ask:
- How many years has the doctor been injecting?
- What are the qualifications of this injector?
- How much training has the doctor had?
- What is the assessment and evaluation process like?
- Is there follow up and adjustment if necessary?
- How are problems dealt with?