Dysport®

Dysport is a local muscle relaxant adapted from the botulinum toxin type-A and is used in both aesthetic and therapeutic indications. For aesthetic purposes It is used to temporarily relax unwanted lines and wrinkles to provide a more youthful appearance. Medically it can be used to minimise headaches, reduces excessive sweating and can help to relax jaw muscles for teeth clenching. Dysport is approved in 69 countries5 and has 25 years of clinical experience worldwide.

What does the treatment involve?

For Dysport treatment a 30 minute appointment is required and includes a full consultation prior to treatment. Some initial redness and swelling may occur for the first 24hrs and you may experience some minor bruising, which can last up to 7 days.  You will see the results from your Dysport  treatment in 2-7 days. The Dysport will gradually soften lines over this period by relaxing the muscles.

What does Dysport treat

  • Frown lines
  • Forehead lines
  • Crows feet
  • Lip lines
  • Gummy Smile
  • Teeth clenching
  • Reduces excessive sweating (minimise hyperhidrosis symptoms)

How long will it last?

Desired results vary but generally last 6 weeks – 3 months depending on the individual and area of treatment. For best results we recommend a follow up treatment 3 months later.

Disclaimer 

Dysport® is a prescription medicine containing Clostridium Botulinum Type A toxin complex for injection. It is used for the treatment of frown lines and excessive sweating. It should be administered only by trained medical professionals. Cautions: people with defective neuro-muscular transmission disorders, infection at site of injection, pregnancy and lactation. Possible side effects include headaches, pain, burning or redness at injection site, local muscle weakness including drooping eye lids, lack of feeling or nausea or compensatory sweating in other skin areas. Talk to your specialist about the benefits/risks of this procedure. A charge applies. Dysport® treatment lasts about four months and after this time further courses of treatment may be necessary. Speak to your specialist about your own situation.