At Omni Aesthetics, we guarantee that your Botox or Dysport treatment will work. With Dysport®, we'll even guarantee the longevity*
When you get your Botox® or Dysport® treatment at Omni Aesthetics, we will guarantee that you will get results or we'll retreat you in the same area at no cost for up to 30 days after the treatment. With Dysport®, we'll take it even further by prorating the cost of your treatment if your results don't last 4 months. If the movement comes back before 2 months, we'll retreat you for half of the regular price. If your movement comes back before 3 months, we will retreat you at 25% off the regular price. If you come back for your next treatment at or before 4 months, we'll take 10% off your treatment. Prorated pricing is only available for Dysport treatments.
*This is not a money back guarantee and it only applies to the three FDA approved areas: Forehead, frown lines (between the brows), and crow's feet area. Guarantee only applies with per area pricing. Guarantee does not apply to off label areas or custom treatments. Only Dysport is guaranteed beyond 1 month. Results vary between person to person, some people may need to get treatments closer together. Dysport typically lasts 3 to 4 months depending on the person. If you are someone who only gets 3 months, out of your Dysport treatment, you may need to be treated 4 times a year instead of 3, but with our 25% discount, you will pay the same as 3 treatments a year at 4 month intervals. If we determine that your are one of the very rare people who do not respond, or respond very poorly to botulinum toxin, we reserve the right not to continue treatments on you.
Why Most Doctors Will Not Guarantee Botox Results
Common Botox Scams You Need to Avoid:
Bait and switch- There are many variations of this trick but here are some of the more common ones: You see an ad for something like "$129 for 20 units of Botox" and then they tell you they are out of Botox or Dysport and use a cheaper product or they don't even tell at all, they just use the cheaper product and tell you it's Botox or even worse, they use counterfeit products.
Misrepresenting the dose- They tell you you are getting 20 units but give you 10. There is no way to know that they did this other than the fact that you don't get the results. Then they tell you that it's you, and that you need more and charge you for it. They may even tell you right off the bat that you need 40 units for your forehead which is way too much. Of course they don't give you 40 units (that much Botox in your forehead will make your brow droop down to you chin!) they just charge you for the 40 units and give you 10. So you think you paid $8 a unit but you really paid $32 a unit!
Using illegally imported products- It is no secret that we Americans pay more for all pharmaceutical products. The manufacturer labels a product for sale in the United States and charges significantly more than what they sell it for in Europe or Canada. It is tempting to purchase the product from an overseas distributer for much cheaper since it's the same product right? Well, not necessarily. The FDA considers the practice of re-importing products from unofficial sources as counterfeit and therefore illegal. These products change hands multiple times and anywhere along the way, someone can substitute counterfeit product for the imported product. After all, if they are willing to cheat a little bit, why not make even more profit by substituting the counterfeit products which are readily available? If you receive unauthorized product, the manufacturer will not stand behind the treatment if you have an adverse reaction. Botox has to be kept at a specific temperature during shipping and storing. When we purchase it, it comes on ice directly from the manufacturer and is immediately refrigerated. When the product is shipped back and forth all over the world, how likely is it that it is kept at the correct temperature throughout the whole process?
Unqualified injectors- When a doctor sells a Botox treatment for pennies on the dollar, there is no incentive to do a good job. He/she is certainly not going to keep investing in education and training to keep up with the latest techniques. It's not even worth the doctor's time to do the injection themself, so they hire someone else to do it and they find the cheapest labor. Sometimes it's a nurse or a PA but often it is someone who has no formal training.
Unscrupulous business practices- If your injector is willing to cheat the system, what makes you think they won't cheat you? Rock bottom prices with high pressure sales techniques are a recipe for disaster. It's your face, don't you think you deserve to have your treatment performed by someone who actually has pride in the work that they do?
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Q: Why do you only offer prorated pricing on Dysport and not Botox? A: We have extensive experience with all of the FDA approved botulinum toxin products and found Botox and Dysport to be the best in regards to consistency and longevity of the results. Although we think Botox is a great product, we just find that Dysport has consistently given us longer lasting results in most people. We find Botox lasts about 3 months and Dysport gets us closer to 4 months. Dysport also kicks in a little faster, so you can get up to an extra month out of Dysport. However, this is a generalization, some people get longer results with Botox, but in general, we found Dysport lasts longer. This is why we offer the prorated pricing on Dysport. We cannot offer any guarantees with the other products on the market and we are no longer even offering them. Q: Why do you charge by the area rather than by unit? A: The unit is a way to consistently measure the amount of active ingredient. Charging by the unit seems like a fair way to price botulinum toxin since the product is expensive and you pay for how much you use. But here is the problem, paying by the unit, disregards the most important factor in getting good results: The skill of the injector! Would you hire someone to paint your house because he charged by the buckets of paint he uses? You would hire a painter based on his reputation and recommendations from trusted friends otherwise you are just paying for paint. If you pay by the area along with our guarantee, you know exactly what you are paying for... excellent results! Q: Isn't Dysport supposed to be cheaper than Botox? A: 1 unit of Botox is not the same as 1 unit of Dysport. Dysport costs less per unit, but you need more units to get the same effect. Using the paint analogy, two different manufacturers sell paint in different size cans. If you pay by the can, you may pay less per can but you also get less paint. That is why we charge by the area for the results! Actually, Dysport does cost you less because you get more longevity out if it if you get the right dose. Q: How do I know that an injector is legitimate? A: You can check with your State's medical board to see if the doctor is actually licensed and that there are not any complaints against the doctor. You should also check review sites to see what other people are saying about the injector. Be very leery of injectors who advertise prices that seem too good to be true. Q: What are the risks of getting a Botox or Dysport injection? A: As with any medical treatment, there are risks such as allergic reactions. Use of counterfeit botulinum toxin has resulted in death but true life threatening side effects are extremely rare when the FDA approved product is injected by qualified injectors. What is quite common are bad results such as drooping, heavy brows, asymmetry and bruising. The most common complaint we hear from patients is that they received Botox and it did not work. There are non-responders, but this is very rare. If you received treatment and it did not work, you might have been told by the injector that you are a non-responder but most people that come to me and are willing to try it again actually get very good results.