“A positive outlook is an important part of overall health and wellness,” says DealWell President and Co-Founder Geoffrey Fischer.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) September 10, 2013
From well-known movie stars to the average Jane (and Joe), Botox is widely used to help maintain a youthful appearance. But Botox can actually be used to treat other conditions. In fact, Botox was first approved for treating two eye muscle disorders in 1989, 13 years before the drug was approved for cosmetic uses. And it has found global popularity. Botox is approved for nearly 30 different conditions in 88 countries. North Texas consumers interested in trying Botox can visit DealWell.com’s hub page to compare, bid and save on Botox and other injection treatments.
William Moore, clinical director at Advanced Skin Fitness, administers Botox. Advanced Skin Fitness typically performs facial injections for cosmetic results, but says it is known for other surprising uses – the first five garnering U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval:
- Muscle and eyelid spasms
- TMJ and neck pain
- Excessive sweating in the underarms, hands and feet
- Migraine headaches
- Overactive bladder
- Breast lifts
- Shaping smaller calves
- Reshaping the face
“Dallasites are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars every year on Botox,” says Moore, a DealWell provider. “Recapturing a youthful look drives most of that business, but there is a growing swell of people turning to Botox to find relief from painful or embarrassing medical conditions. Our facility typically performs injections for cosmetic results, but consumers who are fighting migraines, neck pain and excessive sweating should ask their doctor if Botox treatments are an option.”
For cosmetic Botox injections, providers sell the drug either by the unit or the area, such as the nose bridge, forehead and eyes. Typically, it takes an average of 20 units of Botox to relax a single area. The cost of those 20 units varies. Calls to DFW providers turned up an average of $15/unit, with $22.50/unit at the high point.
DealWell features Botox discounts as low as $7.95/unit, but as with all of the discount site’s offers, consumers can bid for even lower prices. Visitors to http://www.dealwell.com enter their ZIP Code, choose the Medical Spa/Day Spa category and then Botox as the service. DealWell negotiates discounts of up to 85 percent off the retail price for every service on the site.
“A positive outlook is an important part of overall health and wellness,” says DealWell President and Co-Founder Geoffrey Fischer. “And when you are confident with the way you look, that certainly affects your mental well being. DealWell is proud to offer deep discounts on treatments like Botox, hair removal, facials and massages, liposuction and tummy tucks, weight loss surgery, LASIK and Invisalign.”
The first website that allows consumers to compare, bid and save on health and wellness services, DealWell.com has more than 1000 offers from 200 providers across the Metroplex, in 10 major categories: chiropractic, cosmetic surgery, dental, eye exams and LASIK, hormone therapy, massage, medical imaging, medical spa and day spa, physicals and urgent care, and weight loss/management. DealWell negotiates discounts of up to 85 percent off retail price, and every offer has a “Buy Now” price and the ability to bid for even more savings. Unlike “daily deals” sites, offers on DealWell are available 24/7/365, and for every service consumers have a broad choice of providers. Purchases made on DealWell may be eligible for reimbursement from FSA/HSA plans or applicable to insurance deductibles, if the service is covered by the plan. Consumers are urged to check with their plan administrators for details.
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