Are the lines on your forehead, between the brows, or around the eyes are making you look older than you feel? A more youthful refreshed look can easily be acquired with the use of Dysport. It is one of the most advanced, non-surgical, FDA-approved procedures used to eliminate fine lines and wrinkles.
Dysport is approved for use in more the 60 countries and has 25 years of clinical experience worldwide. With a few simple injections, the muscles become relaxed and those wrinkles soften for a more youthful look.
- Smooth forehead and brow lines
- Reduce wrinkles around the eyes (crows feet)
- Decrease creases between the brow
- Soften smokers lines
- Fast-acting (2-3 days)
- A long history of being safe and effective
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FAQ’s – Dysport
What is Dysport?
Dysport is a prescription injection administered by a trained healthcare practitioner to treat moderate to severe frown lines, crow’s feet, and forehead wrinkles. These injections have the ability to smooth the skin over treated muscles, making it an effective procedure to reverse the signs of aging.
How does Dysport work?
Wrinkles are caused by repeated muscle movement. Dysport temporarily prevents muscle contractions in the specific area treated and the rest of the face can move naturally.
How does Dysport fight the signs of aging?
Every time a muscle contracts on the face, that movement causes a small breakdown of collagen causing the lines to become more pronounced. Dysport fights the aging process by relaxing the underlying muscles which cause wrinkles and lines to appear on the skin.
It is important to know that sun exposure, the natural maturing process, smoking in addition to muscle contraction can all contribute to wrinkles.
How long does Dysport take to work?
It is typical to see a noticeable improvement in 2-3 days.
How long does Dysport last?
The effects from a single treatment of Dysport will last up to 4 months.
What is the cost of Dysport?
The cost is determined by the nurse injector and will vary based on the area being treated and the amount of product being used.
What are the possible side effects of Dysport?
All medications have some side effects, but they are minimal and temporary. After the Dysport treatment, some people notice temporary weakness of muscles, or discomfort at the injection site.
Dysport versus Botox?
Both are made botulinum toxin type A but Dysport has a faster onset. Dysport also has smaller protein molecules, which reduce the formation of antibodies that reduce its effectiveness.
Is it safe to drive after having Dysport?
At the Laser Image Company, we treat clients with Dysport from Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, Torrance, Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, and Los Angeles and there is no problem for them to drive after the procedure.