Dysport

Plastic surgery isn’t for everyone, for a variety of reasons. Whether you’re not ready, your health isn’t where you want it to be, or your signs of aging just aren’t severe enough, there are plenty of options to achieve your cosmetic goals using the best in non-surgical treatments. Although Botox® has been the number one injectable treatment for decades, patients still find excellent, rejuvenating results with Botox alternatives like Dysport®.

What is Dysport?

Dysport is a form of botulinumtoxin Type A, a bacterium that can effectively block chemical signals from the brain that cause muscles to move. This process is called neuromodulation, and it can be an excellent way to release tense muscles that cause furrows or frown lines, as well as block muscle movements that cause wrinkles to form over time (called dynamic wrinkles). Combined together, these two benefits can result in a rejuvenated, younger-looking profile.

Dysport Candidates

Patients who can benefit most from Dysport are those who have signs of aging in areas like the frown lines, crow’s feet, forehead creases and neck bands. During a consultation, Dr. Diktaban will go over your medical history to ensure you’ll have a safe and effective procedure. He can also assess whether Dysport is the best option for you. Certain patients may benefit more from alternatives like Botox or Jeuveau®, although you may need to consider more invasive treatments if your signs of aging are more severe. Dysport is often most effective when combined with dermal fillers.

What Happens During Dysport Treatment?

Dysport injections can be administered right in our state-of-the-art Manhattan office. We can supply a topical anesthetic if you think you’ll be uncomfortable during the injection process. Once you’re ready, the product is prepared and injected into the individual muscles that cause dynamic wrinkle formation. This can require a careful and methodical approach, so it may require more than one injection per area. Once your areas are fully treated, you can return home.

Results and Recovery

You can expect some minor redness and swelling in the days after your treatment, but it usually subsides quickly. You should avoid massaging or rubbing the area, which can be sensitive and cause the product to spread to unwanted areas. Any bruising usually subsides within a week or so. It can take up to one week for Dysport to produce your full results, and it usually lasts for between three and six months. After this, you can return for re-treatment with our expert injectors.

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I'm not a review person, but I can't stress enough how positive the entire experience from the initial consult (he makes you feel completely comfortable)  to 6 months post-op has been.- David”

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Schedule a Consultation

Dysport is an excellent option for patients looking for quick and easy treatments without downtime. To meet with Dr. Diktaban and learn more about the right injectable treatment options for you, contact our office by calling or filling out our online form.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between Botox and Dysport?

Botox and Dysport are different forms of the same type of treatment. There are some minor differences that might make you a better candidate for one over the other, however. Generally, Dysport works faster, but this can be different for each patient. Dysport and Botox have different FDA-approvals, as well, and different dosages. Some ingredients may be different as well, meaning Dr. Diktaban can determine whether one may be a more effective option for you.

How much does Dysport cost?

Dysport treatment cost is measured in units, meaning your Dysport treatment will be uniquely priced. You’ll receive a full estimate of your costs during your consultation with our expert team.

What is Dysport made of?

The active ingredient in Dysport is a specific strain of botulinumtoxin Type A.