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Botox Cosmetic & Dysport | Peach Medical Group | Tucson, Yuma, Oro Valley

Botox and Dysport are treatments to erase wrinkles on the glabella, eyebrows, forehead, and around the eyes. 

Botox Cosmetic & Dysport


Botox Cosmetic and Dysport

Monthly payment plans available.

Botox and Dysport are treatments for both moderate to severe frownlines and crow's feet. These wrinkles are the result of several factors; as we age our skin cells change and we experience a depletion in collagen which reduces the elasticity of our skin. Also, When you frown or concentrate, the muscles between your brows contract, causing your skin to furrow and fold. And when you squint, the muscles around your eyes contract and cause crow's feet. Offer above is available to new patients.

$10 per unit

Regular price: $12 per unit


What will the approximate cost be?

The following areas are some of the most popular and common. The prices listed are an approximation and can vary depending on each patient. We hope the following list helps you decide if Botox and Dysport are right for you.  Give us a call if you have any questions.

  • Glabella - $250 - $440
  • Crow's Feet - $250 - $440
  • Chin - $44 - $110
  • Corners of mouth - $44 - $110
  • Migraines - requires consultation
  • Armpit sweating - $900 - $1,100
  • Forehead - $150 - $300
  • Platysma Bands - $440 - $660
  • Under eye - $22 - $55
  • Bunnylines - $22 - $55

Note: Men may see their cost be slightly higher. Men tend to have stronger muscles are therefore may require a larger dose for the same effect.

What is a unit of Botox or Dysport?

When patients receive a unit of Botox or Dysport they are receiving 1 unit of the medication. This is how cost is determined. For example, if you receive 20 units to treat the glabellar lines, then you would multiply the number of units you received by the price per unit in order to get the total cost of your treatment.

How much Botox or Dysport do I need?

The answer varies from person to person but from our experience we can estimate depending on the area and age of the patient. Give us a call and we can give you an approximation.

Have more questions about this treatment? Visit our treatment FAQ page for common questions and answers. Click here for Botox and Dysport FAQs

Common uses for Botox and Dysport

Glabellar frown lines are the most commonly treated indication with Botox and Dysport. Glabellar lines may include multiple or single lines and can also spread over the eyes. 

Forehead lines are the horizontal lines that are created when the brow is lifted. Treating this area may be challenging because the depth of the lines may indicate potential brow laxity. Over treatment with Botox and Dysport can lead to brow ptosis. 

Marionette lines extend from the corners of the mouth toward the jawline. These lines are often associated with skin laxity in the upper third of the face and often cannot be treated with Botox or Dysport alone. 

Vertical lip lines are also known as smoker lines that are common in patients over the age of 50. These lines are often create a puckered lip in the patient, which most of the time is unwanted. 

Neck rings and platysma bands are often treated in stages with Botox and Dysport. This is a very specific treatment and required an advanced health professional for optimal results. 

Wrinkles and Crow's feet can be treated with the use of Botox. This treatment temporarily weakens the small muscles in this area that cause the wrinkles from smiling or squinting. The crow's feet, horizontal forehead wrinkles and vertical wrinkles between the eyebrows are the three most commonly treated areas with Botox and Dysport. The effects typically last 3-4 months when patients first begin using Botox and Dysport. However, with time, treatments may be spaced out to 6 months or longer.

Excessive Sweating can also be treated with Botox and Dysport. If a patient experiences excessive sweating for focal hyperhidrosis of the axilla, groin, forehead, and inguinal crease, then Botox can help inhibit the release of acetylcholine at the nerve synapse.

Migraines can also be treated with Botox and Dysport. This treatment is FDA-approved for treating migraine headaches which occur more than 14 days per month. A very important fact to consider is that Botox is not meant to provide a cure for migraines; it is intended to provide relief from them.

How much does Botox and Dysport cost?

The cost of a Botox and Dysport treatment can very depending on area and the number of units you receive. Some factors that can effect the amount of Botox are: age, sex, and strength of muscles that are to be treated. Average price for a typical area can range from $200 to $500.

How does it work?

When our muscles move they repeatedly create folds in the skin. Over the years, this action leaves imprinted lines from the collagen breaking down. Botox injections stop this process by simply preventing the muscles from moving. Botox Cosmetic takes approximately 14 days to take full effect.

How long does it last?

Three to four months on average. The use of Botox over time, can help train the muscles to move less, therefore requiring less treatments.

Does it hurt?

Not much pain is felt during the needle injection since we offer our patients a numbing cream that is applied to the injection sites.

Will I look like I've had work done?

Our providers are licensed and have years of experience along with expert training to achieve a look that should not cause a loss in the ability to show expressions. During your consultation, you will discuss with your provider your expectations and desired results.

Pre-Treatment instructions for Botox and Dysport

Before receiving Botox or Dysport, patients are recommended to visit out Botox and Dysport pre-treatment instruction page. 

Post Treatment Instructions for Botox and Dysport

The following link will provide patients with detail post treatment instructions. Post treatment instructions for Botox and Dysport treatments.


Additional patient resources

Are you a right candidate for this treatment? The following page will provide indications, contraindications, and risks associated with this treatment. Patients are recommended to learn more by visiting this page.