If you’re looking for a non-invasive way to smooth out your fine lines and wrinkles, you may come across Dysport and Botox. While many people believe they are essentially the same thing, there are a few noteworthy differences between these two treatments. Below, we’ll dive deeper in to the differences between Dysport and Botox.
Both Dysport and Botox are specifically formulated to soften wrinkles and frown lines. They work by limiting muscle movement at the injection site temporarily. While they are both considered type A botulinum toxins, their non-toxin protein content differs as a result of their manufacturing differences.
While results from Botox are usually visible within 3 to 5 days, it typically takes 1 to 2 days to see a noticeable improvement with Dysport. If you have an upcoming event and want to look great in time for it, we may recommend Dysport over Botox for this reason. Results with both brands last approximately the same length of time.
Dysport injections typically spread over a wider area. Botox may allow more control in specific locations given its narrower spread, however both can be used in all treatment areas.
Dysport contains cow’s milk protein so should not be used by patients allergic to cow’s milk (though fine in those with lactose intolerance).
If you’ve never received Dysport or Botox before, you may be wondering whether these treatments are safe. Even though Botox has been around for much longer than Dysport, both treatments have been approved by the FDA and have been used in millions of patients.
Good Candidates for Dysport and Botox
If you’d like to look years younger without surgery, you may be a good candidate for a temporary treatment like Dysport or Botox. One of our expert providers can evaluate your skin concerns and unique goals to inform you whether you Dysport or Botox is the best choice for your situation.
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