Similar to BOTOX, Dysport is an FDA-approved injectable neurotoxin that seeks to treat moderate to severe frown lines and creases between the brows. Manhattan plastic surgeon, Dr. Kenneth Rothaus, is honored to present his patients with a medical treatment that will allow them to look younger and more vibrant. Dysport is proven to create a smoother and softer face without causing it to “freeze”. In just a 10-20 minute treatment, Dr. Rothaus is able to change the overall aesthetic of the face to its former, youthful disposition. Typically lasting up to 4-6 months, our patients eagerly return for additional treatment.
What To Expect
Dysport is administered during an in-office appointment that generally lasts about 15 – 30 minutes. The medication is injected through a small needle to identified areas on the face that are marked with a washable cosmetic pencil prior to injection. To help control discomfort, a numbing anesthetic is extremely rarely applied and cold compresses are afterwards used to help minimize any bruising and swelling. The amount and pattern of medicine injected varies by patient as some individuals will have fewer, deeper, broader wrinkles while others will have multiple, fine lines to address.
After treatment, there will be some mild redness and swelling, but this goes away within a couple of hours. One difference between BOTOX and Dysport, is that the results from a Dysport injection will become visible slightly sooner, usually within only a couple of days.
Rejuvenate Your Face!
Dysport is a safe and effective wrinkle treatment that is used by plastic surgeons far and wide. Many patients seeking to rejuvenate their facial appearance may decide to combine Dysport with an injectable filler for optimal results. This is sometimes labeled as a “liquid facelift” and can take years off of your facial appearance. We invite you to call our plastic surgery office today and learn more about this outstanding nonsurgical treatment option.
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Procedure Recovery Location: Out-Patient