Dysport is a prescribed injection used to temporarily improve the look of your frown lines without changing the look of your whole face.
The untreated facial muscles still work normally, allowing you to freely show facial expressions, such as smiling, in untreated areas.
Dysport is a formulation that has been shown to deliver temporary improvements in moderate to severe frown lines, even with repeat treatments. So, the effect of repeat treatment with Dysport may be comparable to your first use.
How often can I get injections of Dysport?
You should wait at least 90 days between Dysport treatments.
The safety of Dysport has been studied in up to 12 repeated treatments.
Clinical studies demonstrated continued efficacy with up to four repeated treatments.
What are the most common side effects?
The most common side effects are nose and throat irritation, headache, injection site pain, injection site skin reaction, upper respiratory tract infection, eyelid swelling, eyelid drooping, sinus inflammation, and nausea.
Are there any reasons I should not be treated with Dysport?
Do not have Dysport treatment if you: are allergic to Dysport or any of its ingredients, are allergic to cow’s milk protein, had an allergic reaction to any other botulinum toxin product (such as Myobloc® or Botox®), or have a skin infection at the planned injection site.
Dysport should not be used in children or in women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Dysport may not be right for you if: you have surgical changes to your face, very weak muscles in the treatment area, your face looks very different from side to side, the injection site is inflamed, you have droopy eyelids or sagging eyelid folds, deep facial scars, thick oily skin, or if your wrinkles can’t be smoothed by spreading them apart.