Dysport
Dysport is a popular non-surgical procedure that is easy and effective. It works by relaxing the muscles in the forehead to reduce and smooth frown-lines and wrinkles. Originally created in the United Kingdom in the 1990’s, the FDA has approved the use of Dysport to treat the appearance of lines between the brows, often called frown lines. Dysport is also used to treat crow’s feet, lines at the forehead or temples, and lines found around the lips.

Dysport is a prescription cosmetic injectable containing 500 units of Clostridium boulinum type A toxin complex. Dysport should only be administered by medical professionals who are knowledgeable with the expressions of the face and muscles as well as the skills to keep the natural expression when administering the injection.

For many people, frown lines not only affect the appearance but also self-esteem and even career choice. Dysport makes it possible to look younger and more relaxed. Dysport is popular with both men and women of all ages.

Dysport patients may experience some temporary side effects. The most common side effect seen among users is the temporary soreness or slight bruising around the injection site. Mild headaches lasting for a few hours are another common side effect. In extremely rare cases, the patient may experience temporary drooping of an eyelid for up to a few days. Dysport treatments should not be taken while pregnant or breastfeeding.

 


 


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