Xeomin is a prescription treatment that can help improve facial aesthetics. This FDA approved treatment temporarily reduces the appearance of glabellar lines to make one look younger. Xeomin is a naked neurotoxin. It doesn’t have any additional proteins that may cling to active molecules.
The final results following this treatment usually takes a day or two to appear. However, the injectable is similar to Dysport or Botox in all other aspects. It is important that you compare the costs of Xeomin with other noninvasive treatment options. Your surgeon will discuss all pros and cons of the procedure to help you make an informed decision.
Khan Eyelid and Facial Aesthetics, led by oculoplastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Tanya Khan, provides Xeomin facial anti-wrinkle injectable treatment to patients in Austin, Dallas, Texas, and surrounding locations.
Cost of Plastic Surgery vs. Xeomin
Compared to other plastic and noninvasive facial treatment, Xeomin is more cost-effective. You don’t need sedation or anesthesia for this injectable. You can resume with your regular activities right after the procedure. Anti-aging and facial rejuvenation procedures tend to be expensive in most cases. This is true for deep chemical peels, lasers, RF, and ultrasounds.
In most cases, skin care treatments require more than one session. However, you can get good results in just one sitting where Xeomin is concerned. These injections are more cost effective as compared to other facial rejuvenation treatment options. This is because it doesn’t require post-op recovery, anesthesia, and multiple consultations.
Xeomin Costs Can Differ
Xeomin is a personalized treatment plan that can be changed to suit individual goals and needs. The treatment costs may marginally differ between two practices. It is possible for patients to pay different rates even if they get the treatment at the same practice. As a rule, extensive treatment and off-label uses cost more than regular ones. This includes removing crow’s feet and frown lines.
You may need to pay more for using Xeomin if you want to minimize nasolabial folds and other off-label applications. The number of units required to carry out a procedure usually determines the overall cost.
Be Careful about Abnormally Low Priced Offers
Off-site procedures and Xeomin parties are becoming highly popular in recent years. These places have lesser priced options that are increasingly attracting people. You need to understand that Xeomin should be administered by a reputed and qualified provider.
In fact, the FDA stresses that the injectable should only be provided by trained and experienced injectors. This is owing to the many potent side effects of botulinum type, which is a powerful neurotoxin.
Financing Options and Insurance Coverage
The typical healthcare insurance provider doesn’t cover Xeomin treatments. This is if you are looking for cosmetic wrinkle reduction. However, Xeomin may be covered under medical coverage if it is a medical necessity. There are several financing options that can be used for paying for the procedure.
These are provided by medical care finance companies and are generally available at attractive interest rate. Board certified ophthalmologist Dr. Tanya Khan receives patients from Austin, Dallas, Texas, and nearby areas for Xeomin wrinkle reducing injection treatment.
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