What is Dysport?
Dysport ® is an injectable form of botulinum toxin type A, a neurotoxic protein used to temporarily paralyze muscles. It is approved for use in cosmetic procedures to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, as well as for medical purposes such as treating muscle spasms. Similar to Botox®, Dysport® paralyzes the facial muscles, causing a reduction in facial movement and activity. The difference between Botox® and Dysport® is in the units of measurements. Dysport® also has a slightly quicker onset and a slightly wider diffusion area. This is an advantage in some areas of the face.
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Am I a Candidate for Dysport?
Dysport treatment depends on several factors, including your medical history, skin type, and the condition being treated. In general, healthy adults who are seeking to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, or treat muscle conditions such as spasms, may be good candidates for Dysport. However, there are some medical conditions that may contraindicate the use of Dysport, such as a neuromuscular disorder, allergies to botulinum toxin, or a skin infection at the injection site. It is important to have a thorough consultation with a qualified medical professional, such as a dermatologist or plastic surgeon, to determine whether Dysport is the right treatment for you.
What to Expect Before Dysport?
Before undergoing a Dysport treatment, it is important to prepare for the procedure. Your doctor will provide you with instructions on how to prepare for the treatment, which may include avoiding certain medications, alcohol, and other substances that can increase bleeding or bruising. You should also inform your doctor of any medical conditions or allergies you have, as well as any medications you are currently taking. It is recommended to avoid sun exposure, sunburn, and excessive heat for at least 24 hours prior to the procedure, as this can increase the risk of side effects. You should also refrain from wearing makeup or lotions on the day of the procedure, as these can interfere with the injection process. During the procedure, your doctor will clean the injection site and apply a local anesthetic if needed. You can expect to feel a mild sting or pinch during the injection process, but most patients report minimal discomfort.
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