Why Dysport is the Best Choice for Facial Wrinkles

When it comes to treating facial wrinkles, Dysport is often the preferred choice over Botox. Dysport is a form of botulinum toxin, similar to Botox, that is used to reduce wrinkles and other signs of aging. It is much more diluted than Botox and spreads faster, making it ideal for larger surface areas such as the forehead. Botox is more powerful and better suited for small areas and wrinkles such as crow's feet.

Both treatments are injectable medications that are intended for healthy adults, 18 years of age and older, with moderate to severe facial lines. Dysport has a slightly faster onset time than Botox (approximately two to three days compared to three to five). It is also thought to be more effective in treating deep wrinkles and folds around the glabella, but less effective with smooth lines around the face. Sometimes, Dysport can spread more than Botox, which may be beneficial for forehead lines.

However, it does not need to spread to specific areas such as crow's feet or upper lips. Botox works for forehead lines, crow's feet and glabellar lines, while Dysport is only approved for glabellar lines. The total cost of the procedure will be equalized since three units of Dysport are needed to be equivalent to one unit of Botox. Study subjects were injected with Botox on one side of their face and Dysport on the other side.

The results showed that if you're only getting a specific Dysport treatment for forehead wrinkles, your Dysport units are more likely to last longer than a Botox injection. This makes Dysport ideal for treating larger areas such as the forehead since fewer injections are needed to treat a larger treatment area. Additionally, some clinics offer membership programs that have an annual fee and offer discounted rates for each unit of Botox or Dysport.

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