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BOTOX® Cosmetic



BOTOX® works by interrupting the signals between facial nerves and muscles. This prevents the muscle from contracting, which allows wrinkles to appear softened and relaxed.



Before & After (Day 7) / Moderate to Severe Crow's Feet lines

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Botox Before & After Image

Photos taken at full smile before and after treatment with BOTOX®


Botox Before & After Image

Photos taken at full frown before and after treatment with BOTOX®




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BOTOX® is the Allergan® brand name for the toxin manufactured from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. BOTOX® has been used by physicians for quite some time, and it continues to offer measurable solutions to a variety of patient concerns. At Coeur d'Alene Plastic Surgery, we use BOTOX® Cosmetic to reduce the visible signs of aging. Areas that are treated, typically, are the forehead, crow's feet around the eyes, and frown lines around the mouth.

BOTOX® is administered by Dr. Kuhlman-Wood, a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon. It is injected using a fine needle, and does not require anesthesia as most patients report very little discomfort. Although complications are rare, receiving BOTOX® does carry risk. The risks and necessary precautions will be discussed in detail prior to your treatment to reduce your chance of complications.*

The Cost of BOTOX® Cosmetic


On average, expect to pay between $350 to $500 for each area treated. Coeur d'Alene Plastic Surgery offers financing through Care Credit, as well as reduced pricing through our Membership Plans. Together, these make BOTOX® treatments more affordable, especially if you consider follow-up treatments or if treating more than one area.

* As with all clinical procedures, individual results do vary.

BOTOX® Cosmetic
Time Varies
$12.00/unit

This procedure is effective at reducing facial lines and wrinkles reducing the visible signs of aging.


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