Dysport and Botox are both neurotoxins that stop muscles from contracting. Both injections are used to treat spasms caused by medical issues and other conditions, but they’re more commonly used to cure face creases and relax wrinkles. Both are made from botulinum toxins, which are safe in small doses.
Dysport and Botox are both considered painless wrinkle treatments with rapid recovery times. Still, there are a few variations between such two treatments and some safety considerations to take. Continue reading to find more about the two injections, and then talk to your doctor about which wrinkle treatment is right for you.
These painless injections help to reduce wrinkles by relaxing the deep muscles skin. In addition, the skin above the muscles becomes smoother as the muscles relax and rest.
Neither procedure is permanent, although the effects make wrinkles less visible. If you’re not getting the results you want from home wrinkle serums and creams, you might consider either procedure.
Dysport reduces the effect of lines in the glabella, the area between your brows. These lines run vertically upward from the brow to the top of the head. Therefore, when a person frowns, they stand out. Glabella lines are normal, and they can become more prominent with age, especially during relaxation. This is due to the loss of collagen; the protein fibers give our skin flexibility.
Botox is approved to treat glabellar lines, forehead wrinkles, and crow’s feet. Dysport is only licensed for the treatment of glabellar lines. Botox works similarly as Dysport does. All of the work has been done in your local clinic, and there is next to no downtime.
What is the length of each procedure?
Another reason many select Dysport or Botox injections is the time to complete the procedure. However, compared to the injections themselves, giving the anesthesia and letting it dry can take longer. You can normally go home straight after the procedure unless you have any immediate negative effects.