The Kingston Cosmetic Institute offers the lowest costs for Botox and
Dermal Fillers in the Kingston Area. See below for details.

All injections at the Kingston Cosmetic Institute are done personally by Dr. Waldron, who has over 15 years of injecting experience. We are able to offer the lowest costs in the Kingston area simply because we do not have the high overhead costs of large upscale offices and ancillary staff. Check out our new lower costs below and compare.

General Information

The cost of the treatment varies according to the type of treatment chosen, the area and objectives of the treatment and the individual characteristics of each patient.

Below are some general guidelines to use when trying to understand the costs involved. Your cost will be clearly explained to you before any treatment begins.

All costs associated with your treatment can be paid by Visa, Mastercard, Debit or cash and do not include any applicable taxes. We do not accept personal Cheques.

Some treatments may be a tax deductible medical expense if you suffer from headaches, neck, back and/or muscular pain, or excessive sweating so save your receipts! Very often Botox® treatments for these types of indications are covered by third party health insurance (ie Blue Cross, Employee Health Plans etc.) so you may wish to investigate this with your insurance company.

Be sure to let us know about any headache, neck, back and/or muscular pain, or excessive sweating problems you experience in your consultation medical history (see "ongoing medical problems" in the book an appointment part of the website).

During your consultation, Dr. Waldron will review in detail with you all aspects of the cost.

Touch-ups are not included in the price of the original treatment.

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Consultation Costs

Your $60 consultation fee is credited towards your first treatment (provided it is done within 30 days of your consultation appointment) and is due when you book your consultation appointment.

How much does Botox® Cost?

The cost of the treatment varies according to the type of treatment chosen, the area and objectives of the treatment and the individual characteristics of each patient.

The $60 cost of your consultation is credited toward the cost of your first Botox® treatment, provided it is done within 60 days of your consultation appointment.

Some treatments may be a tax deductible medical expense if you suffer from headaches, neck, back and/or muscular pain, or excessive sweating so save your receipts! Very often Botox® treatments for these types of indications are covered by third party health insurance (ie Blue Cross, Employee Health Plans etc.) so you may wish to investigate this with your insurance company.

Typical Botox® treatment costs:

(Note: that all Botox costs are for the minimum amount of Botox that is often required. Some individuals may require more that the minimum amount. This is particularly true for males who will often require twice as much Botox as the minimum amount that the costs below are based upon.)

The cost for treatment of the Glabellar (frown lines between the eyes), Forehead and "Crows Feet" (the small lines around the sides of the eyes) areas is all the same at $275 per area (This is based on 25 units of Botox). We use a sliding scale for Botox costs (see below) so that if you get more than one area done your cost is lower. Here is how it works:

 Number of Areas Treated   Typical number of Units of Botox Used   Cost Per Unit   Total Cost (+ Tax) 
 1 - (ie forehead)   25  $11  $275
 2 - (ie forehead + between the eyes)   50  $10  $500
 3 - ( above + "crows feet")   75   $9  $675

Treatment costs for Headaches, Neck, Back and/or Muscular pain vary considerably from one person to the next (and are often covered by insurance) but range between $750 and $3500.

For Axilliary Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating of the armpits), the physician injection fee is $325. For other areas it is higher. The cost of the Botox is generally covered by most insurance plans. In fact if you have a third party insurance and a major credit card Allergans (the pharmaceutical company who manufactures Botox) will guarantee coverage of the cost of the Botox for your first treatment at the same rate as would your insurance company. This is called the Botox Access Program. For more information on this please contact us.

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How Much Do "Dermal Fillers" Cost?

The cost for Restylane – Perlane and Restylane Fine Lines is all the same and is based on 1 ml units. Some syringes will have 1 ml in them and others will have 2 mls – but the costs below are per 1 ml. To see examples of what kind of results are possible and how many mls of filler are required see the Restylane, Perlane page. Remember that while 5 mls may sound like a lot it is only one teaspoon. 15 mls is only one tablespoon.

The cost of the treatment varies according to the type of treatment chosen, the area and objectives of the treatment and the individual characteristics of each patient. The $60 cost of your consultation is credited toward the cost of your first treatment, provided it is done within 30 days of your consultation appointment.

Generally there are two "levels" of cost associated with Dermal fillers. To get a noticeable effect most people will require between 2-4 mls of Dermal Fillers. To achieve a more significant effect or "mini lift" usually will require between 4 and 8 mls. Here are some examples of what is usually needed to treat some areas:

  Volume Replacement of the Cheeks will usually require 2-4 mls.

  Treatment of the Chin Area will usually require 2-4 mls.

  Treatment of the nasolabial folds (nose - mouth folds) would usually require 2-4 mls.

  Treatment of the area near the corners of the mouth will usually require 2-4 mls.

  Lip enhancement will usually require 1-2 mls.

  Volume replacement along the jaw line will usually require 2-4 mls.

Treatment costs can vary considerably from person to person depending upon what you are looking for and the extent of the correction required. The above are examples for illustrative purposes only.

As some of the syringes come in 2 ml volumes there is a cost savings reflected below if you decide to go with 2 ml increments as opposed to 1 ml increments.

We use a sliding scale for Restylane / Perlane / Restylane Fine Lines costs (see below) so that if you get more than one area done your cost is lower. Here is how it works:

 Number of mls   Cost Per ml   Total Cost (+ Tax) 
 1  $495  $495
 2  $425  $850
 3  $425  $1275
 4  $400  $1600
 More Than 4  $400  Number of mls multiplied by $400 
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Juvederm Costs

The cost for Juvederm is $550 per ml regardless of how many mls your purchase. (This is because the Juvederm is more expensive to purchase from the supplier.) We do not always have Juvederm in stock so please let us know ahead of time if you prefer Juvederm.

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Payment Policies

If your appointment is a consultation only appointment then the initial appointment consultation fee ($60) MUST be paid prior to your appointment. In order to confirm your appointment, you MUST prepay the $60 consultation fee within 48 hours of it being booked. Your consultation appointment is not confirmed until this is done and failure to do so will result in your appointment being made available to others. If you decide to have a treatment done the $60 consultation fee will be deducted from the cost of your first treatment, provided it is done within 30 days of your consultation appointment.

If your appointment is for both a consultation and treatment at the same time then you must prepay a deposit of $350 towards the cost of the treatment. Your consultation and treatment appointment is not confirmed until this is done and failure to do so within 48 hours of it being booked will result in your appointment being made available to others.

The simplest way to prepay and confirm your appointment is to call in a Visa or MasterCard - leaving your name, card type, number and expiry date. (Please note that Dr. Waldron is the only one who has access to our voice mail messages). At this point a “hold” will be put on your credit card for $350 (if you have booked a treatment). The hold will only be processed if you do not show up or do not give 24 hours notice. If you wish to pay cash to take advantage of the 5% savings you may still do so at the time of your treatment.

Be sure to give at least 24 hours notice to make any changes to your appointment. You may do this by leaving a phone message at our office - 613-532-0900. The system is active 24 hours a day and provides a date / time stamp. You may also contact us by email via the website at www.kingstoncosmeticinstitute.com/contactframe.htm. Remember that there is no refund for treatment appointment cancellations, no shows or failure to provide 24 hours notice of appointment changes and that your credit card will be charged $350 in these cases. Also, please remember that there is a maximum of 90 days after your initial appointment that you can rebook without forfeiting your payment, provided you have given 24 hours notice.

If you have any questions about this, please contact us.