In the cosmetic industry, Botox has long been the go-to product for those who intend to look younger. However, not everyone is an ideal candidate for Botox treatment. So, is there a Botox alternative? When it comes to treating lines and wrinkles, Botox isn't the only answer. Dysport is a popular Botox alternative that provides patients with similar results.
Botox and Dysport are similar products because both use a neuromuscular-blocking protein to combat the signs of aging. However, Dysport is becoming a popular Botox alternative because it is formulated a little differently. Dysport's manufacturer makes it with a lesser amount of protein than Botox. This means that the cosmetic product is less likely to cause your body to form antibodies against it. Our bodies make antibodies to destroy proteins that are deemed foreign. Since your body may not view Dysport as a threat, the cosmetic treatment could stay in effect longer than Botox.
Dysport is developed to improve the appearance of moderate to severe frown lines that have formed between your eyebrows. The cosmetic product is also good for treating crow's feet. Dysport is able to treat these lines by decreasing certain muscle activity. Because the human body repeats movements and muscle contractions, wrinkles form. This means that they can develop in younger and older people.
To fight the signs of aging, your medical aesthetic specialist will complete one injection into five different sections above and between the eyebrows. The treatment usually takes just 10 to 20 minutes. Most people see an improvement in the signs of aging on their faces within two to three days. After a Dysport treatment, you can present a younger you to the world for as long as four months. There is little downtime following a treatment, so you should be able to return to your regular activities. Dysport is recommended for those who are 21 or older and are looking for a way to set the clock back.
Dysport and Botox Cosmetic include a slightly different chemical composition of botulinum toxin. This is a protein generated by the clostridium botulinum bacteria. The substances work by blocking the nerve signals that your body sends to your muscles, which relaxes them. The FDA gave its approval for Botox in 2002 while Dysport became FDA approved in 2009.
Dysport minimizes the fine lines and wrinkles between the brows without making your face appear frozen. With this cosmetic product, you'll be able to react to situations appropriately. The untreated muscles of your face continue to move and function as they normally would.
Dysport is a Botox alternative formulated to treat the wrinkles that form between the eyebrows as well as around the eyes due to aging. At Lasky Aesthetics & Laser Center in Los Angeles, we provide Dysport injections in addition to other cosmetic procedures as administered by our talented nurse practitioner and physician assistant. Contact us for a consultation today.