Botox – Dysport is the world’s number one treatment for facial wrinkles. The active substance of Botox-Dysport is Allantic toxin type A, which is a protein produced by the Botulinum bacterium and works by relaxing specific facial muscles.
There are two types of facial wrinkles: static and dynamic. Static wrinkles form on the face when it is at rest while dynamic wrinkles are created when the face moves and expresses itself. Dynamic wrinkles gradually turn into static ones.
With Botox – Dysport, it is possible to limit the mobility of the muscles that cause dynamic wrinkles. In the event that static wrinkles have already formed, the action of Botox – Dysport leads to the gradual smoothing and reduction of their depth.
– wrinkles on the forehead
– wrinkles between the eyebrows,
– wrinkles around the eyes (crow’s feet)
Yes. This is one of the strengths of Botox because it prevents dynamic wrinkles (expression wrinkles) from turning into static (permanent wrinkles).
No. With proper treatment planning and application, the procedure will result in the best and most natural aesthetic result. A change in facial features is a result of poor application or improper technique – meaning, it can result in excessive lifting of the eyebrows and/or the loss of ability to contract one’s facial muscles.
Its duration is 4-6 months.