Dysport is a popular cosmetic treatment that reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It’s a safe, relatively quick way to look younger.
There are many benefits to using Dysport. The first is that it is a very safe, non-invasive procedure that can dramatically reduce fine lines and wrinkles, particularly on the forehead and in between the eyebrows. The treatment is very quick to get done and side effects are minimal. The results also show up very quickly.
Dysport is similar to Botox. They are both types of botulinum toxin injections. The difference has more to do with the potency of trace proteins. One may show results quicker and the other last longer. You’ve probably heard about Botox more but both injectables are effective and convenient. They are done by a doctor in the office.
At Naples Vision of Beauty, Dr. Freeley has vast experience in both injectables as well as a wide variety of other treatments.
How Dysport works
The treatment blocks your muscle contractions in the area around the injection site, which can prevent the deepening of wrinkles. This gives the face a much more youthful, relaxed appearance. It is also used to treat muscle spasms and headaches in some cases. It is very safe in small amounts and is FDA approved.
There are other types of botulinum toxin fillers out there, but there are a few key differences. The biggest difference is that Dysport shows up more quickly, and it is the most effective for treating wrinkles between the eyebrows. It is also typically more affordable than other types of fillers.
You should always have treatments done by a trained professional. Dysport is very safe when done correctly, but if it isn’t administered by a professional, it could cause health complications as well as aesthetic ones.
Choosing between Dysport, Botox and other treatments is a decision you should discuss with your doctor. At Naples Vision of Beauty, Dr. Freeley will discuss your options and help you make the right choice for the results you desire and your budget.
Call (239) 777-6435 to schedule an appointment.
By Natalia Lazar