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Let Botox Cosmetic Smooth out Your Wrinkles

BOTOX Cosmetic is a high performing wrinkle reducer to eliminate lines and facial wrinkles with visible results. The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery ranked BOTOX Cosmetic as the most popular physician-administered aesthetic procedure in the United States for the fourth year in a row (surgical and non-surgical combined). The treatments help revitalize your appearance and take away that older, tired look.*

Botox Cosmetic - New Radiance

Botox injections in Port St. Lucie are performed by our expert BOTOX injector. They are a convenient way for women and men to enhance their appearance without undergoing surgery. Botox is now used regularly by millions of people for facial wrinkles including frown lines, forehead wrinkles, crows feet, eye wrinkles and mouth wrinkles.*

Why BOTOX at New Radiance in Port St. Lucie?

  • Board Certified Surgeons & PAs are “Expert Injectors”- St. Lucie’s Top Botox injectors are here!
  • Free Initial Consultation
  • St. Lucie’s #1 Cosmetic Center injects more Dermal Fillers & BOTOX than any other Center
  • Experienced, Doctors and Medical staff

Click here for Before & After Photos*

*Please note that individual results will vary and may not exactly match Before and Afters.

The beauty of a BOTOX Cosmetic treatment is that it’s a simple, 10-minute, non-surgical process. You can even do it on your lunch break. We welcome you to come in and talk about if BOTOX Cosmetic treatment is right for you, and we’ll be glad to answer any and all of your questions.

To set up a free consultation, contact us about BOTOX® today!

BOTOX® Cosmetic (onabotulinumtoxinA) Important Information

Not All Botox is Created Equal.

Unfortunately, Botox at one facility may not be exactly what you get at another.

Clostridium Botulinum toxin type A is supplied in a manufacturers vial containing 100 units of vacuum-dried neurotoxin powder complex. Of course, a practitioner cannot inject a powdered substance through a syringe; in order to inject active units of Botox, saline must be added to get BOTOX in liquid form. This process enables the Botox to be extracted from the vial into the syringe and then injected.

There are 100 units of Botox in every vial. As seen below in Table A, the more saline (in mL) added to the Botox vial the less active units that will be present in each 1/10 mL extracted into the syringe. Some may refer to this is as the dilution process, but it is actually called “reconstitution”. What this means for patients: each facility can reconstitute the injection differently, using the recommended standard amount of saline or a greater amount in order to dilute the product. Unfortunately, over diluted BOTOX is an epidemic in South Florida.

With this in mind, you should be cautious and only deal with a facility that you trust. Prices vary based on how the formula was reconstituted. Below, Diagram A illustrates the recommended starting doses of the frequently injected areas.

You may get a large syringe and only have received half or less of the amount of Botox units you need. Most Cosmetic Centers that inject properly charge from $13.00 to $17.00 per unit of Botox or $250-300 per area treated.

We constantly hear from new patients that Botox treatments from other centers did not seem to work well and they believe the product does not work. Then, after receiving Botox at New Radiance, they are amazed at the difference proper dilution and technique make.

Diagram A: Recommended units per area:

Botox-Port St. Lucie-New Radiance

Table B: Recommendations for Reconstitution and Handling*

Diluent (saline) added to Botox vial
(0.9% sodium chloride injection)
Resulting dose/
Units per 0.1 (1/10) mL
1.0 mL10.0 U
2.0 mL5.0 U
2.5 mL4.0 U*
4.0 mL2.5 U
8.0 mL1.25 U

So if a center dilutes their Botox® with 8.0mL of saline you would only receive 1.25 units of Botox® per 0.1 mL injected vs. the proper dose of 4.0 units per 0.1 mL injected. In other words you’re receiving mostly saline. Now you know why some centers price their Botox® so low and why all Botox® injections are not created equal.