The FDA has cleared Dysport for application in the crow’s feet, the forehead, and frown lines.
How Does Dysport Compare to Botox?
Although similar, Dysport and Botox are not the same product.
In fact, Dysport contains smaller molecules that can change the number of units required to complete your treatment effectively.
How Does Dysport Work?
When injected into five specific areas between and above the brows, Dysport blocks the signal that triggers your nerve muscles to contract.
The release of these muscle contractions decreases the appearance of the wrinkle in that area.
How Long Is an Injectable Treatment?
You can expect your treatment session to take anywhere from 10 to 20 minutes.
Your injector will likely recommend that you return for regular treatments in order to maintain your results.
Who Is a Good Candidate for Dysport?
Dysport is an ideal product for any man or woman who is unhappy with unwanted lines and wrinkles on the face.
However, the best way to know if you are an ideal patient is to schedule a consultation with a board-certified and expert Dysport injector.
Is Dysport Permanent?
It is important to note that Dysport is not a permanent procedure.
You will need to return for follow-up treatments every three to six months.
What Are the Side Effects?
Common side effects include pain, swelling, and bruising at the injection site.
This is normal and should resolve within one day.
Dysport at A New You Aesthetics
Dr. Narine and his staff at A New You Aesthetics provides exceptional services for all of your beauty and skincare needs, including Dysport. To see our full list of services or to book a complimentary consultation visit our website today or call us at (951)972-8911.