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What is Dysport?
Dysport is a medication that smoothes wrinkles by relaxing the muscles that cause skin-movement lines. Dysport is a type of medication, known as a botulinum toxin, that lessens or temporarily blocks muscular movement beneath the skin.
Dysport is similar to other types of Botulinium toxins in that dysport may affect other muscle groups throughout the face and body, which may be considered an off label use.
What facial areas does Dysport treat?
Dysport is most commonly used to treat the wrinkles that appear between the eyebrows, commonly referred to as 11 lines.
How is Dysport applied?
Dysport is typically applied through an injection with a fine needle under the skin.
How much does Dysport cost?
Dysport is priced at $5/unit. Total treatment costs depend on the area being treated as well as the individual needs of each patient. A common dosage for the 11 lines (frown) area between the brows is 60- 75 units of dysport, but individual response varies.
How long do results from Dysport last?
Results commonly persist for up to 3 months, but individual response varies. It is generally recommended to return at 3 month intervals to maintain the best results.
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