How Does Dysport Differ From Botox?
Both Dysport and Botox work to soften wrinkles and frown lines by temporarily limiting muscle movement in the injection site. Even though Botox and Dysport are both type A botulinum toxins, their non-toxin protein content is different due to differences in their manufacturing. This means that there are several similarities but slight differences between the two products.
They both work by blocking nerve signals to the muscles, but are manufactured differently and their resulting non-toxin proteins cause these two treatments to have different potencies and possibly differences in their duration or onset of effect. All dosages are product specific and are not interchangeable. The experts at Novique will work with you to determine which treatment is best for you.
Am I a Good Candidate For Dysport?
You may be a good candidate for Dysport:
- If you are in good general health.
- If you are concerned about your frown lines, crow’s feet, forehead wrinkles, and/or skin bands on the neck.
- If you are not pregnant or living with a heart rhythm condition.