Are Dysport Touch-Ups Free?

When it comes to dermal fillers, touch-ups are not usually administered. After each injection, ice is applied to the face to reduce bruising and provide relief. Most doctors offer “free touch-ups” after two weeks, which is important as it ensures that the least amount of product is used on your face. After two weeks, you can decide if you need more (I've never needed more after two weeks).Both Botox and Dysport have many similarities, including the purified toxin used to create the injectable serum, although with different concentrations; Botox is much stronger, while Dysport has a more diluted form that produces more subtle and natural-looking results.

Your doctor will know which injection is right for you, or you could even use two different injections at the same time (for example, Botox on the forehead and Dysport for crow's feet). Studies suggest that Dysport is 90 percent effective once injected and may have more immediate effects than Botox.Madison Dysport has a more dilute formula than other neuromodulatory injectables, giving it a more subtle and natural effect. This means that you will receive more units during treatment than with Botox. Generally speaking, most people receive treatments with Dysport once every 90 to 120 days, or once every 3 to 4 months.

Madison Dysport is a neurotoxin injection designed to correct wrinkles in the forehead, eyebrows, and glabella lines (the area between the eyebrows).The touch-up appointment will involve injecting additional units into areas that require more attention, or additional areas of the face if you are not satisfied with the initial results.

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