Dr. Brent R. Rosen

Dysport Treatment Philadelphia

Dysport treatment Philadelphia is a new injectable wrinkle treatment made with purified botulinum toxin. Like Botox, Dysport Treatment Philadelphia Dysport is used to treat wrinkles on the upper regions of the face and forehead. When injected, the product temporarily relaxes facial muscles, allowing wrinkles to flatten out.

Cosmetic Treatments With Dysport

During treatment with Dysport in Philadelphia, Dr. Rosen may be able to reduce the appearance of your frown lines, glabellar lines, forehead lines, or crow’s feet.

The Dysport ProcedureDysport Treatment Philadelphia before and after

Your medical history is evaluated before treatment. Those who are over 65, pregnant, breastfeeding, or sensitive to ingredients in Dysport may be advised to forego treatment.

Dr. Rosen carefully chooses the proper points of injection, identifying the muscles that contract and cause prominent wrinkles to appear. A proper dose is chosen and Dysport is injected into small facial muscles. The product blocks a chemical signal from the nerves to the muscles, creating a temporary paralysis that allows wrinkles to flatten out. For your comfort, topical anesthetic is an option. Many patients do not need it. Total treatment time with Dysport is only about 15 minutes.

What to Expect After Your Dysport Treatment

You can return to your routine immediately. There’s no downtime necessary with a procedure like this. Doctors advise that you remain upright for 6 hours and abstain from alcohol. Your results should gradually appear in the days that follow (usually 4 to 8 days) and they should last about 4 to 6 months.

Dysport Alternatives We Offer

If Dysport is not the ideal wrinkle treatment for you, Dr. Rosen may recommend Botox, a wrinkle filler such as Restylane or Juvederm, or a chemical peel.

Possible Side Effects of Dysport

If side effects are a special concern for you, ask Dr. Rosen for more information. The most common side effects reported in clinical trials with Dysport were headache, injection site pain, adverse reaction at the injection site, upper respiratory tract infection, eyelid edema, eyelid ptosis, nasopharyngitis, sinusitis and nausea.

Dysport in Bucks County

For more information about Dysport in Bucks County and Philadelphia, contact Dr. Rosen Cosmetic Surgery Philadelphia at 267.247.5345 to schedule a consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions About Dysport

How long has Dysport been available?

FDA approval in the U.S. was granted in April of 2009. However, Dysport has been used in the United Kingdom and New Zealand since the mid 90s.

What company manufactures Dysport?

Dysport was developed by a company called Ipsen and is now distributed in the U.S. by Medicis.

Are there therapeutic uses for Dysport?

Physicians can use Dysport for treatment of cervical dystonia and muscle spasm.

Are Botox and Dysport basically the same?

They are definitely not the same. There are distinct differences in dosing with Dysport and Botox. However, if you have experienced an adverse reaction with any botulnum toxin product, tell your doctor before choosing either of these treatments.

 

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