I don’t just want to know which one is cheapest, I also want to know which is the better buy, based on results and need for repeat treatments.
Dr. A’s Answer:
There is no universal answer to this question. However, I think you will find on average that you can get the same result for less money using Dysport. In my office it will cost you about 10% less, not including any rebates. But, just like buying anything, it will depend on who you are buying it from. Dysport is currently offering rebates of $50 per treatment, which will make it more cost effective virtually everywhere.