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Just like Botox, Dysport is a nonsurgical treatment for wrinkles and it uses botulinum toxin type A. Dysport received its FDA approval to be used as a wrinkle treatment in 2009.

Once the doctor injects Dysport into the facial muscles of the patient, it temporarily immobilizes them, and the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles are greatly reduced. The glabellar muscles (creases that form on a person’s forehead due to frowning) and crow's feet (smile lines lateral to the eye) are specifically targeted. Dysport has less protein than Botox: this means that the body will break it down more slowly.

Results begin to appear during a period of one to seven days after the initial treatment; day three being the median. Half the patients treated see wrinkle-smoothing results before day three, and half see results afterward.

Procedure Description

  • Skin is cleansed
  • Topical local anesthetic is applied
  • Dysport is injected with fine needles


  • Minimum swelling or erythema resolves in a few hours
  • Patients are advised to avoid rubbing or massaging the injected area for 24 hours.

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