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Dysport is an injectable very similar to BOTOX®, made from a neurotoxin produced by Clostridium botulinum. Once placed within the treatment area, it aims to temporarily lessen or reduce moderate to severe lines and wrinkles.

Similar to BOTOX, Dysport can also be used for forehead furrows, frown lines, crow’s feet, and skin bands on the neck.

With time, wrinkles make us appear older than we feel. Dysport injections at Keamy Cosmetic help our Westborough, MA patients rejuvenate their appearance and their self-confidence through some incredible benefits, which include:

  • Smooth out fine lines and wrinkles in the skin, including the glabellar ("11") lines
  • Provide sessions that are brief and productive, with no required recovery time following your sessions
  • Natural-looking, durable improvements
  • Boost your self-esteem and help you look your best

With the introduction of Dysport into the cosmetic market alongside BOTOX, many question their similarities and key differences. Although research finds that both Dysport and BOTOX require injections every 3 – 6 months, pricing for Dysport is found to be slightly less expensive in some cases. These common trends are coupled with a few differences between the two: Dysport may not last quite as long as BOTOX. Results appear quicker for Dysport (2 – 5 days vs. 4 – 7 days for BOTOX). Dysport spreads out further within the treatment area. Increased amounts of Dysport are necessary to achieve the same result as BOTOX.

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Do I need Dysport or fillers?

Like BOTOX, Dysport is an injectable wrinkle relaxer that is specifically designed to reduce the visibility of dynamic lines and wrinkles, meaning those associated wtih facial expressions and muscle movements. These may include Crow's feet, brow furrows, and others. In contrast, injectable dermal fillers - like JUVÉDERM® - are used to address static lines and wrinkles, deep facial folds, and volume loss. Our team can help you better understand whether wrinkle relaxers or fillers (or perhaps a combination of both) may be most appropriate and effective for you.

How soon does Dysport start working?

One of the key differences between Dysport vs. BOTOX is that Dysport typically begins to produce noticeable results sooner. On average, patients can expect Dysport to begin working about 2-5 days after injection, whereas BOTOX can often take up to a week to smooth away lines.

How can I make my Dysport last longer?

There is no effective way to extend the life of Dysport injections beyond its maximum, but there are some things you can do to help keep prevent a faster progression of lines and wrinkles. These include minimizing direct sun exposure, wearing sunscreen, not smoking, and adhering to a healthy diet and lifestyle overall.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.