Question regarding Botox from Washington State.

I am 40 years old and move constantly because of my husband's job (military). I had a total of 4 Botox treatments in my life, 2 of those were here in Washington in the same office, however, the second time i had it done i was not completely satisfied with the results. I was told i was given the same 40 units i got last time. I am due now for my next treatment and am looking for other offices. Basically i get Botox in the following areas: Frown, eyes, forehead, and nose, and the price i have been paying for 40 units is $500.00. Is it possible to have these same areas treated at your office for this amount of money? . I live in Lacey and my the dermatologist office is in this same city.

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