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Gone were the days of endless experimentation with ineffective cold creams and lotions, desperately seeking ways to erase forehead and eye wrinkles. Instead, a straightforward series of injections offered a lasting solution, providing months of youthful rejuvenation. Dysport is one of the treatments that revolutionized the word of cosmetic treatments and here we will explore everything about it, benefits, longevity, after care etc.
What is Dysport?
Dysport is an FDA-approved neurotoxin that is in the same injectable family as Botox and Xeomin. Its main ingredient, abobotulinumtoxinA, temporarily paralyzes or relaxes the muscles that cause wrinkles and creases on the face. Dysport has been used successfully to treat a wide range of aesthetic issues, making it a popular choice for individuals seeking a more youthful appearance without invasive surgery.
Procedure for Dysport Injections
The process is quick and starts with the treatment area being thoroughly cleaned. After carefully marking the injection locations with a safe skin marker, our professional will administer the injections. Unless a wider area requires treatment, an ultra-fine needle is utilized to selectively deliver the product to the desired places; this process usually takes 10 to 15 minutes.
Here are some of the benefits that one get after the quick treatment:
Dysport Works Where Botox Fails:
Botox injections may lose potency after several treatments due to immunological reaction. Botox becomes less effective when the immune system develops better at neutralizing toxins before they have a big impact. This immunological reaction naturally increases antibody production. Dysport can replace Botox if it fails. Dysport has fewer proteins, reducing toxin-induced immune response. Dysport may work if Botox has failed.
The Results Appear Naturally
Because dermal injection techniques have been refined over the course of many years, a “frozen face” appearance is no longer a concern. Fills that are implemented by a proficient practitioner will appear entirely undetectable.
An entire day off is unnecessary when using Dysport. Because this procedure is minimally invasive, recovery time is essentially nonexistent.No incisions or sutures will be required, so there will be no scarring or marks. During your lunch break, you can receive injections and then return to work immediately. There will be minimal and transient visible side effects.
Dysport Grows Nicely
Dysport injections boast a lower protein concentration, enabling them to distribute more evenly throughout the treated area compared to Botox. This quality contributes to a more naturally appearing outcome.
Dysport’s effects last for months even more than botox in many cases, around 3 to 5 months.
After getting treatment with dysport injections, it’s recommended to follow some aftercare guidelines:
- Avoid strenuous exercise for 24 hours.
- Refrain from massaging or rubbing the treated area for at least 4 hours.
- Stay upright for several hours after the treatment.
- Use sunscreen to protect your skin from UV damage.
It is also recommended to consult your provider, as all this information is applicable to most of the cases but there is always a scope of exceptions.
In conclusion, Dysport has revolutionized the aesthetics industry by providing a durable alternative to surgery for people looking to rejuvenate their faces. Dysport is a good substitute for Botox because of its equal distribution made possible by its reduced protein concentration. It also produces outcomes that look natural. With its short recovery period, long-lasting results, and advanced injection methods, it’s a top option for non-surgical improvements. Following aftercare instructions also guarantees a happy and safe experience. Syra Aesthetics in NYC is offering the dysport treatment making it an ideal option for achieving a more youthful and revitalized appearance.
Which lasts longer, dysport or botox?
According to clinical research, the typical half-life of Dysport and Botox is between four and six months. The two products usually yield the same results, but dysport has been lasting a bit longer in many cases.
Botox Vs Dysport: Which one is stronger?
Even if their chemical makeup is different, both products are just as potent. Twenty Botox units are equivalent to 60 Dysport units. Stated differently, Dysport is marginally more “diluted” than Botox.
About The AuthorDr. Syra Hanif M.D.
Board Certified Primary Care Physician
Dr. Hanif is the Director of Aesthetic Medicine. She is a board-certified physician in Aesthetic Medicine who specializes in using non-surgical alternatives in order to enhance one's appearance through Botox and fillers.Read More