Dysport, also referred to as Botulinum Toxin, which is a botulinum neurotoxin (abobotulinumtoxinA), an acetylcholine release inhibitor and a neuromuscular blocking agent. It temporarily prevents specific muscle movements that cause frown lines.*
Dysport shots are to be given at least 90 days apart. Injections can, however, be given in more than one location at a time.
An alternative to Botox® Cosmetic, Dysport is injected directly into muscles to improve firmness. Dysport treatments must be administered by a physician or nurse. Patients can develop a resistance to Dysport resulting in the need for more frequent treatments.* Because of this, it is imperative to space treatments out by at least 90 days and only be treated by one medical professional.
Dysport to treat moderate to severe frown lines.*
*Legal Disclaimer: Individual results may vary; every patient is unique, therefore, no single technique is suited to all cases. Before & after photos and videos are not guarantees that your results will be the same or even similar: each individual patient’s results will be different.