Questions to Discuss Before Getting Botox

Before getting Botox, you should set up a consultation with family medicine Miami doctor, Dr, Peter Martinez-Noda to get informed and comfortable with the procedure. This conversation will cover a few very important details about you and your Botox treatment. 
We will first discuss with you what your motivating concerts are for Botox, such as frown lines or crow’s feet lines. It is important to discuss this first because Dr. Martinez-Noda can help you assess if Botox will even be a good fit for what you want to treat. For example, if you want fuller-looking lips, lip augmentation in Miami may be a better option for you. 
The next thing we will address is whether or not you want to get Botox for an event. Some treatments need time to onset and have a bit of a delay. Botox takes two to seven days, and we want you to be aware of the very low likelihood that some places may swell. We will also consider what treatment plan you need for your next appointment (if you will want it in the future or have ongoing procedures).
Next, we will discuss the cost of your expected treatment based on the answers from above. Botox lasts for several months and can cost up to $600 per treatment, depending on the type of filler used and the treatment location. Syringes of filler can cost up to $800. We will discuss this with you before going through the procedure to ensure you are comfortable with everything. 
Have any questions? We are here to help! Call us at 786.701.5750 to book an appointment and discuss your Botox questions with Dr. Martinez-Noda. 
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