Botox & Dysport
Look Your Best With Botox and Dysport
Botox and Dysport are two of the most popular options for cosmetic treatments to reduce signs of aging and restore a youthful look. Botox and Dysport injections are also used in a medical application to treat a variety of conditions. Common areas of treatment are:
- Forehead lines
- Crow’s feet
- Frown lines
- Lip lines
- Neck lines
What Are the Benefits of Botox and Dysport Injections?
- Injected area(s) appear more youthful through minimizing fine lines and wrinkles
- Prevents the deepening and formation of expression lines and/or wrinkles
- No need for anesthesia for this pain-free treatment
- Effective results with a quick delivery
- Can alleviate conditions such as migraines, TMJ, excessive sweating, etc.
Frequently Asked Questions
When will I see results?
Botox and Dysport injections will start to take effect 1-2 days after your injections, however the full effect will be visible approximately 2 weeks after your treatment.
How long will my results last?
Botox and Dysport are semi-permanent treatment options that will typically last 3-4 months per session, depending on the individual, units required, and area(s) treated. Long-term maintenance of your Botox and Dysport injections will lead to a longer effect duration.
Does it hurt?
Minimal discomfort is expected during your treatment. Some individuals may feel a tiny “pinching” sensation during the initial injection. Pain should not be experienced with professional Botox and Dysport administration.
Are there side effects?
Clients can expect minimal side effects post-injection. There may be short-term redness, and in some rare cases bruising, around the injected areas.
Will I look overdone or frozen?
Short answer, no! Long answer, the fear of looking overdone comes from over-injecting, or treating beyond what is needed. Our medical professional clinic staff will only inject to what is required based on the individual.
Can I have medical botox?
If you have a condition that may warrant Botox and Dysport injections as a form of treatment, we may be able to help. Schedule a complimentary consultation with our MD to determine eligibility and treatment options.