The cost of popular facial aesthetics in Bicester like Botox and dermal filler treatments is something many people consider before scheduling an appointment. While it’s important to find a practitioner and treatment choice that suits your budget, you should also steer clear of providers at the cheaper end of the scale who may turn out to lack the proper training and knowledge. Opting for low-priced services could end up putting your health and safety at risk.
Here, we outline some of the aspects to consider when making your choice of clinic to ensure that you get not only value for money but also an authentic product administered by a trained professional. We have also included the typical price range of some of the most common facial aesthetic treatments sought by patients in the Bicester area.
Kinds of Injectables
The first category includes neuromodulators, which are used to weaken and paralyse facial muscles in order to delay the signs of ageing. Botox is the treatment most commonly used for this purpose, but other options include Xeomin, Dysport, and Jeuveau.
These dermal fillers are injected just below the skin’s surface to add volume and support to particular areas of the face, such as the lips. The most common hyaluronic acid-based fillers being applied at Dr Ayad Aesthetics Clinic in Bicester include Restylane, Refyne, Defyne, Juvederm, Vollure, Volbella, and Belotero. Other fillers which do not contain hyaluronic acid have varying consistencies and typically last longer (more on which below) include Sculptra (poly-L lactic acid), Radiesse (calcium hydroxyapatite), Belafill, and silicone.
How Much Do Botox and Other Fillers Cost?
Knowing the average cost of fillers and Botox in your area can help you determine whether a particular provider’s price is reasonable or suspiciously low. Based on the pricing structure at Dr Ayad Aesthetics Clinic in Bicester, the starting price for hyaluronic acid fillers is £495, and the amount you will pay depends on the area you wish to be treated and your desired results.
Botox prices for wrinkle reduction begin at £200, and again, the cost of your treatment will depend on the area of the face and the extent of treatment required to achieve the results you desire. The exact price for the treatment you require will be calculated after your initial consultation with us so you can make an informed decision on whether to proceed.
However, bear in mind that these averages are for the Bicester area, and prices can vary depending on where you live. Before deciding which provider to choose, therefore, you should carry out some research to compare prices across a few reputable clinics in your area.
If you’re incorporating cosmetic treatments for wrinkles into your recurring budget, you should also consider how long each treatment will last before you require a visit for a top-up treatment. Hyaluronic acid fillers generally last between six and 18 months, while the effects of Botox are usually visible for around three to six months. Therefore, while the initial costs of your fillers may appear higher than some other options, remember that if you choose a more expensive but longer lasting one, you may not need another treatment for a year or so.
Average Cost of Common Treatments For Facial Aesthetics In Bicester
Consultation Fees – From £125 to £250
Wrinkle Reduction – Prices begin at £200
Wrinkles are lines that develop over time as you move your face and can become more visible as you age. These can be treated with anti-wrinkle injections. The amount of substance used is extremely small and safe. The effects of this treatment usually last for around three to six months, but after a course of four or five treatments, you will find the results to be longer lasting.
Face and Lip Treatments – Around £400
Our face and lip treatments involve one or more small, painless injections in the appropriate areas of the face. These injections will deliver the appropriate Botox anti-wrinkle treatment or dermal fillers to the areas of your face that are troubling you.
These treatments target the underlying muscles that cause wrinkles to form.
Anti-Wrinkle Treatments – Around £300 for all areas of the face
Why Choosing Cheap Treatments Is Not Advisable
It is worth bearing in mind that the cost of the injectable lip fillers or Botox is only one component of the total price of your treatment. You’re also paying for a trained, certified and experienced professional who knows how to use those products in the right way in order to achieve beautiful, natural-looking results safely.
As a result, it’s never advisable to look for bargain prices when looking for Botox, fillers, or other options for aesthetic in Bicester. Unfortunately, it’s all too common to see horror stories in the media about untrained, unlicensed providers offering cosmetic services at steep discounts, which then cause long-term damage to patients. One of the most crucial considerations you should make when looking for injectables is whether your treatment will be applied by a cosmetic surgeon or a medical spa facility administered by a plastic surgeon who is:
- Registered with the General Medical Council (GMC);
- An expert in his or her field; and
- A member of the relevant industry body such as the British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) or the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS).
The following are warning signs to look out for when selecting a filler, Botox provider or indeed any form of cosmetic or plastic surgery:
- Prices that appear to be too good to be true.
- A lack of information or before and after pictures on their website or other promotional material.
- Refusal to provide you with product packaging or labelling.
- A dirty, disorderly office or clinic.
While ‘Botox parties’ have become popular, these events are not a safe way to receive injections unless they are carefully administered in a clinical setting. A trained professional will always administer Botox, fillers, and other professional cosmetic treatments in a professional, sterile environment.
Why Consultations Are Important
It’s critical to have a pre-treatment consultation with your service provider before embarking on any aesthetic procedure. Not only should you consult a board-certified expert in the first place, but you should also ensure that both you and they are clear from the outset on what results you can expect to receive from your treatment. Here at Dr Ayad Aesthetics Clinic in Bicester, we go to every length to make sure that you understand the benefits and limitations of any treatment you may be thinking of booking for the restoration or improvement of your appearance.
In some cases, you may be told that the results you would like are not possible, or not possible immediately. While injectables are highly sophisticated and can achieve impressive results, they still need to work with the proportions of your features, and their benefits can be over-exaggerated. We promise to be upfront and honest about the results you can expect and, in some cases, may advise taking a gradual approach and adding further treatments later on only if necessary.
If you are interested in our company’s treatments, feel free to get in touch via 01869 241925 or [email protected].
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are facial aesthetics?
Facial aesthetics is a broad term encapsulating non-surgical options to treat facial lines and wrinkles. The most studied and well-known technique is the use of injectable dermal fillers. Other facial aesthetics treatments include laser resurfacing, microdermabrasion, and chemical peels (glycolic, salicylic, lactic acid), and many others. Dr Ayad Harb offers a range of options for non-surgical treatment in Bicester.
What plastic surgery is most common?
Various types of plastic surgeries are common, the most popular of which include:
- Breast augmentation or enlargement (augmentation mammoplasty).
- Breast lift (mastopexy) with or without the placement of an implant.
- Butt lift.
- Chin, cheek, or jaw sculpting (facial implants or soft tissue augmentation).
How long does an eyelid lift last?
Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) results are generally long-lasting. It’s not unusual for the longevity of outcomes to differ somewhat from patient to patient, but you can expect upper eyelid surgery results to last around five to seven years, and lower eyelid surgery outcomes are essentially permanent.
What is considered a cosmetic surgery?
A cosmetic operation is a surgical or non-surgical procedure used to improve an individual’s appearance. Both medical and non-medical procedures are used in aesthetic surgery, including both surgical and nonsurgical techniques. Cosmetic surgeons, like plastic surgeons, operate on the head, neck, torso, and limbs. A buccal fat removal treatment or microneedling in Bicester are examples of cosmetic procedures.
How long do nose fillers last?
The procedure for nose fillers involves a series of tiny injections of hyaluronic acid gel placed in the nasal soft tissue to shape, straighten, and contour. The dermal filler injections take less than half an hour to perform, and the treatment is an alternative to non-surgical rhinoplasty. The outcomes should be visible immediately and last for approximately 12 months.
How much is a facelift in the UK?
The cost of a facelift in the United Kingdom may differ considerably from clinic to clinic, and is determined by the complexity of the operation. Facelifts can range in price from a few thousand pounds to £10,000 or more for a full face and neck lift.
Does an Endolift hurt?
An Endolift is a non-surgical procedure carried out with lasers and, as such, does not result in any of the discomfort associated with incisions and sutures. There is no need to take time off from work or other activities. Patients can return to their normal routines and jobs within a few hours.
What is FaceTite treatment?
FaceTite is a minimally invasive radiofrequency (RF) energy therapy that uses heat to melt fat and promote the generation of collagen through the skin’s surface. This tightens the skin from within the dermis. The result is a tighter, smoother and more youthful appearance in the treated areas.
What is a good way to get rid of acne?
There are various cosmetic surgery procedures and treatments that can get rid of acne or reduce the appearance of scarring caused by the condition. These include medical grade skin peels, microdermabrasion, medical skincare products and so on. Treatment must be tailored to the individual, so consult an experienced, professional clinic like Dr Ayad Harb’s for bespoke advice.
What is a wrinkle?
Wrinkles are creases, folds, or ridges in the skin. The first wrinkles tend to appear on the face where the skin folds to form typical facial expressions such as smiling or frowning and will look deeper in places where the skin is naturally thinner and less elastic over time. Wrinkles can be addressed through various forms of nonsurgical facelift.
Principles Of Facial Aesthetics
Skin ages as we do, and the effects seen are not only caused by your chronological age. Other factors such as genetics, exposure to the sun and weather generally, pollution, the effects of smoking and/ or drinking alcohol to excess can all contribute over time. Even the repeated muscle contractions as you form facial expressions over your lifetime take their toll. Pigmentation, soft tissue and bone changes as you age will all contribute towards an ageing face.
There is a range of treatments, both surgical and non-surgical, that can enhance beauty and limit or reverse the signs of ageing temporarily or on a permanent basis, such as a brow and eyelid lift (blepharoplasty), buccal fat removal, microdermabrasion, face slimming, Botox and other filler treatments, and so on.
If you are unhappy with the signs of ageing but don’t know what treatments you are looking for as yet, book a consultation with Dr Ayad Harb’s team for a bespoke personal aesthetic plan.
Medical Uses For Botox That Have Nothing To Do With Wrinkles
Most people are familiar with Botox (botulinum toxin type A) as a wrinkle smoothing and crow’s feet erasing cosmetic procedure. Botox also has a wide range of medical applications, however, ranging from neurology to podiatry and even urology. Listed below are several medical applications for Botox facial fillers in Bicester:
- Eyelid spasms (blepharospasms): Botox’s neurotoxic induces temporary paralysis, thereby blocking how neurons communicate with muscles.
- Crossed eyes (strabismus): Botox was first licensed for the treatment of crossed eyes, often known as strabismus. Crossed eyes can be a congenital condition in children or the result of damage to the eye area, such as severe trauma. While surgery can be used to repair crossed eyes, some people opt for Botox first to relax the muscles and see how the uncrossed eye would look.
- Spasmodic dysphonia: Spasmodic dysphonia is a condition that causes shaky, strained, or raspy vocal cord sound. It is, however, a neurological illness rather than a speech issue. The uncontrollable spasms that affect the voice can be treated with Botox.
- Drooling (hypersalivation): With a few injections into the salivary glands, Botox can help alleviate hypersalivation. Botox paralyses the nerves and prevents them from overproducing saliva.
- Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis): Botox injections have been proven to be a safe and effective treatment for patients who suffer from excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) in the armpits, hands, feet, head, or face. Botox has been demonstrated to reduce perspiration by as much as 87 per cent in the locations injected. Treatments with Botox in Bicester and beyond have been demonstrated as being up to 90% effective in resolving palmar (hand) excessive sweating.
Whether you are looking for hair loss treatment, a reduction in excessive sweating, liposuction, Morpheus 8 skin tightening or lip enhancement in Bicester, you will find no service more caring, professional or dedicated than that delivered by Dr Ayad Harb and his team. Visit our homepage to learn more about the many services we offer today.
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