Tired of looking tired and older than you feel? Find out how to turn back the clock a decade or more with Dysport by Dr. Kassir.

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Dysport is an FDA-approved injection treatment used to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by relaxing facial muscles in the forehead. Similar to BOTOX® Cosmetic, Dysport is injected directly into the site of wrinkles to prevent the underlying muscles from contracting. Dr. Kassir conducted a study that showed Dysport to be more effective than Botox in the treatment of facial wrinkles.

Dysport was developed in Europe during the early 1990s, and has been used there successfully for several years. In April 2009, Dysport was approved by the FDA for use in the US.


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Does Dysport it hurt?

Dysport injections are given by very small needles so that the injections are not uncomfortable. You may however feel some pressure and a tingling sensation.

What areas can be treated with Dysport?

Dysport can be used for wrinkles of the forehead, wrinkles between the eyebrows, wrinkles in the crow’s feet region, bunny lines of the nose, wrinkles of the upper white lip, cobble stone appearance (peau d’orange) of the chin, and for the vertical bands of the neck below the chin.

How long has Dysport been available?

Dysport has been available in Europe since the early 1990's. Dysport has been FDA approved in the US since April 2009.

Is Dyport safe?

Dysport is a great alternative to surgical procedures. It is considered to be a very safe way to get the look you want. However, as with any treatment, there are side effects to watch out for.

Are there any side effects of Dysport?

Dysport potential side effects are similar to Botox. Dysport side effects may include a swelling, bruising or a burning sensation during injection. However, this Dysport side effect can be mitigated by placing ice on the injection site before and after the procedure.

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