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Main Line Center for Laser Surgery - Ardmore

Consult and Botox or Dysport, or $250 for $500 Toward Facial Fillers at Main Line Center for Laser Surgery

The Fine Print

  • Expires May 8th, 2013.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid only for new clients or those who have not received services in the last 12-months. Not valid for pregnant or nursing women.

Questions and Answers 12 questions

Q:

The $250 deal for $500 worth of filler is a little confusing. Is Botox considered a filler? If not, would the $250.00 go towards the cost of the juvederm which I thought stated $650? Also, I know I would need more than 20 units of Botox but you are vague about your "regular low price"--could you please reveal that? Thanks.

Kara G.  asked on  Jan 8, 2013

A:

Kara, Hopefully this will help. Botox is not a filler, it is a neurotoxin, like Dysport. That is why there is two different deal options. You can think of the filler deal as a type of gift certificate. You are paying $250 for $500 worth of services. The fillers start at $625 per syringe and go up from there. They prices are also listed on the Groupon deal. Restylane = 1cc = $625, Perlane = 1cc = $650, Juvederm Ultra & Ultra Plus = 1cc = $650, Radiesse = 0.8cc = $700, Sculptra = 1 vial = $700. For example, if you chose to use the voucher for 1 syringe of Restylane ($625), you would have $500 towards this and you would have a $125 balance that would be due at the time of your visit/consultation/injection. If you need more than 20 units of Botox, you would have to pay for the additional units at our regular price. Please call the office at (610)645-5551 and get the pricing over the phone. Thank you.

Dr. J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 8, 2013

Q:

I have seen Dr. Bernstein for laser treatments within the past 12 months; however, I have never met with Dr. Bloom. Am I able to purchase this deal since I would be a new patient of Dr. Bloom's?

Laura S.  asked on  Jan 6, 2013

A:

Yes. You can definitely purchase the Groupon if you are a new patient to me, but a patient of Dr. Bernstein's or our practice already. Looking forward to meeting with you.

Dr. J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 6, 2013

Q:

In the past, I have received 40U of Botox between my brows. Since this offer is for just 20U, how might I get 40U? Frannie E.

Herbert E.  asked on  Jan 6, 2013

A:

If you know the dose of Botox that you regularly receive, you can purchase the Groupon and use the 20 units towards it. The additional units (in your case 20 units extra) is at our regularly low price for Botox.

Dr. J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 6, 2013

Q:

During our consultation, will you talk about laser procedures that may be helpful for me too? I am not a patient but always watch you when you are on Fox29!

Suzanne N.  asked on  Jan 5, 2013

A:

We can definitely talk about some laser procedures that may be nice adjuncts for you as well. We have over 40 lasers and energy-based devices in our office and they are only operated by doctors or trained nurses. Depending on which laser or treatment you are interested in and what condition you are interested in getting treated, you may need an additional consultation with either Dr. Bernstein, Nurse Lisa (laser hair removal) or Nurse Kim (esthetician services). Thanks for tuning into to watch us on TV! We love doing those spots in the morning and they are filmed live from our offices.

Dr. J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 5, 2013

Q:

Is there an area of the face where Botox can be used to help "open up" the eye area, like a slight brow lift?

Michelle O.  asked on  Jan 5, 2013

A:

Absolutely! These are the types of things we discuss during the included consultation, but obtaining a slight lateral brow lift effect is possible. This effect is usually obtained by Botoxing in between the eyes (the corrugator/procerus muscles) in conjunction with some Botox to the crow's feet (lateral orbicularis oculi muscle). Those two groups of muscles normally are trying to pull your brows downward...so by weakening those muscles groups with Botox (so they can't depress the brows as easily), the forehead muscle (frontalis) is able to lift the brows laterally. It is all based on placement of the Botox. Hope that helped a little.

Dr. J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 5, 2013

Q:

I am very pleased with the care you've taken in answering my questions. Would I be able to buy one of each, the Botox and Juvaderm groupon, and use together with my consultation and appointment? And is the consultation included or is it an additional cost? Thank you.

Saranna1  asked on  Jan 5, 2013

A:

If you are a new patient to my practice or are an existing patient that has not been treated in 12 months or more, you may buy both the Botox and Juvederm Groupon. They can be used together at the appointment, after we discuss the treatment options and goals. The consultation is included in the Groupon price and there is no additional charge.

Dr. J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 5, 2013

Q:

Hi, How far will 20 units of Botox get me? Is it enough for the area between my eyebrows? Thanks!

Lauren H.  asked on  Jan 4, 2013

A:

20 units of Botox will almost certainly be enough for the area between the brows, known as the glabella. It is this area which causes the vertical "11s". Some patients may require 15units here and some may need 25units, but 20 units is the dose that all the patients in Botox's FDA trial received for this area.

Dr. J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 4, 2013

Q:

I have had these fillers before, do you numb the areas first?

Helena B.  asked on  Jan 4, 2013

A:

Of course! I use topical numbing medication to the areas and then use a bruise-free cannula system for the injections. It really reduces the pain, swelling and bruising.

Dr. J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 4, 2013

Q:

I am considering Restyland or Juvederm. Approximately how many areas does 1cc cover?

Helena B.  asked on  Jan 4, 2013

A:

It really depends on your age, amount/depth of wrinkles, areas you want treated, facial volume, etc. 1 syringe is usually good for 1 area...for example, the lips or the undereye/teartrough area. You could also use half of the syringe on each side of the nasolabial folds or marionette lines. It really depends though on what you would like treated and how deep the lines are.

Dr. J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 4, 2013

Q:

Is one syringe the average dose with this procedure? And do you have a consult prior to the appointment or can it be done the same day as the scheduled procedure (Juvaderm specific)?

Saranna1  asked on  Jan 4, 2013

A:

I would say that 1 syringe is the average, but it really depends on your age, amount/depth of wrinkles, areas you want treated, facial volume, etc. Everyone gets a consult with me where we talk about the different fillers and options prior to treatment. You can then choose to get treated the same day or come back, it is up to you.

Dr. J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 4, 2013

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