This injectable treatment for wrinkles is made from the same neurotoxin (botulinum toxin type A) as Botox
Dysport™ was approved by the Food and Drug Administration on 29 April 2009
Dysport™ sed in patient care in the United Kingdom since 1991, Dysport™ has marketing authorizations in 75 countries (as of 31 December 2008) for multiple therapeutic uses. Patient exposure is estimated to be above two million single treatment cycles, representing more than 840,000 patient years of treatment.
Dysport™ works to remove facial wrinkles by blocking nerve impulses and relaxing the surrounding muscles. The injections can be used to remove frown lines, brow lines, and crow's feet.
Dysport™ Cosmetic Non-Surgical with No Downtime: it's a simple, non-surgical, 10-minute procedure with no downtime. Often called a "lunchtime procedure", treatment requires no recovery.
- Reduces horizontal creases in forehead
- Reduces your stubborn Frown Lines
- Frown lines
- Worry lines
- Crow's feet
- Brow asymmetry
- As a "Chemical Brow Lift"
- Bunny lines
- Down-turned mouth corner
- Neck "cords" or "bands"
- Chin contraction or dimpling
A large clinical trial sponsored by Dysport’s manufacturer and published in the March/April 2009 issue of Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery reported that effects lasted more than 13 months in some people. Botox results can last up to four months.