Can Dysport Wear Off in a Month?

On average, you can expect the results of the Dysport injections to last between three and four months. This is the typical time frame for most people, however, some may experience results lasting up to six months. It's important to note that the length of time the effects last will depend on the individual's skin type, lifestyle, and the number of units used. When it comes to wrinkles, everyone's skin is different.

Some people may have very deep and noticeable lines, while others may have almost no wrinkles at all. The number of units needed to achieve the desired results will vary depending on the depth of the wrinkles and what you're trying to achieve. If you want just a softening of the wrinkles or if you want them to disappear completely (frozen look), you'll need a different amount of units per area. It's usually recommended to treat all areas rather than just one or two areas.

This is because if you only treat one or two areas, it could make the other areas look worse. However, if cost is a concern, you can always try treating just a couple of areas instead of the entire area. Then wait 14 days (the full set time) and if it doesn't look the way you wanted, come back for more.There are ways to save money and reduce the number of units needed. It's recommended to inject Dysport every 90 days for a period of one year in order to get what we call “muscle memory”.

Muscle memory is when muscles begin to remember to stay relaxed. This doesn't mean you'll never need Dysport again, but it does mean that you'll start needing fewer units or be able to get injections less often. It can take more than a year for this to happen, so just keep doing it and eventually you'll get there.Visible changes associated with Dysport injections begin to appear a few days after the consultation. Dysport was formulated specifically to help treat glabellar lines, which are the lines between the eyebrows that form between the eyebrows.

It tends to be a little faster and more durable than Botox, so if you're looking for a slightly more natural look and more bang for your buck, it might be the right choice for you.Dermal fillers can be safely combined with Dysport (or Botox) if it also involves dynamic and static wrinkles. Some lifestyle changes may also be beneficial and reduce treatment time for side effects related to Dysport.

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