When it comes to reducing the appearance of wrinkles, many people are turning to Dysport as a more natural-looking option. Dysport is a type of botulinum toxin, similar to Botox, that is used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and lines on the face. Unlike Botox, Dysport has a feathered effect that can create a more natural look. It is generally used to correct moderate to severe lines between the eyebrows, called glabellar wrinkles, as well as lines on the forehead and neck. Dysport is injected into the skin in a 10-20 minute procedure.
The effects of Dysport can be seen two to three days after treatment and can last for several months. Studies have found that 86.5% of people who used Dysport for glabellar lines reported complete satisfaction three months after the initial injection. The most common side effects of Dysport are nose and throat irritation, headache, pain at the injection site, skin reaction at the injection site, upper respiratory infection, upper respiratory tract infection, swelling of the eyelids, sagging of the eyelids, swelling of the sinuses, and nausea. To ensure good results after Dysport injections and to limit the chance of side effects, it is important to carefully follow your provider's instructions. Overall, Dysport is an effective and safe option for reducing wrinkles and creating a more natural look. It offers temporary results that can last for several months and has been found to be highly satisfactory among patients.
If you are considering Dysport injections for wrinkles or lines on your face or neck, it is important to consult with a qualified provider who can help you determine if this treatment is right for you.