Dysport Injections in Nashua NH

At Remedy, we offer other alternatives to Botox. Dysport is a great alternative and the medical professionals will discuss your options. Call or book your appointment today!

Dysport Treatment

What is Dysport?

Dysport is similar to Botox in that it is a botulinum toxin that is used to decrease the appearance of lines and wrinkles on the face. It works by reducing the muscle contractions that cause wrinkles and lines on various parts of the face. For adults who want a natural look, Dysport can be the treatment you are looking for.

Dysport is fast-acting, long-lasting and natural-looking. It can smooth out moderate to severe lines between the eyebrows. It can do this without affecting the look or movement on the rest of your face. Dysport has been approved in 69 countries and has been used for more than 25 years. Results from Dysport usually appear in 2 to 3 days. The time between treatments is normally 5 months.

Dysport and Botox are used for much the same purpose of reducing the appearance of wrinkles and lines. There are some differences between the two treatments. Both treatments are considered to be safe and have been used for many years. Both treatments are convenient and easy, requiring little to no recovery time.

Dysport is meant to be used on the lines that form between the eyebrows, known as glabella lines. These are often called frown lines because they show the most when you frown or squint. As we get older, these lines can become a permanent feature on our faces. Dysport is recommended to be used on moderate to severe frown lines, not mild lines. The staff at Remedy MedSpa can help you determine if your lines fall into the moderate to severe category.

Dysport is usually less expensive than Botox and the results tend to show more quickly. To find out more about which treatment will work best for you, contact Remedy MedSpa for a consultation.

Both Dysport and Botox injections are meant to be used by healthy adults who want to reduce the look of moderate to severe facial lines. Your doctor will determine if you are a good candidate for these treatments.

There are some things to consider before you get either of the treatments. If you are pregnant, have a history of botulinum toxin sensitivity, or have a milk allergy, it is recommended that you not use either of these treatments. If you take certain medications, such as blood thinners or muscle relaxers as they may interact with the treatments. Other medications can interact, as well.

The professionals at Remedy will go over everything with you so you can determine which product would work best for you!