Dysport®

Female Plastic Surgeon in Tulsa, Oklahoma Also Serving Jenks, Broken Arrow, Owasso & Nearby Areas

Dysport® is a nonsurgical treatment for moderate to severe lines and wrinkles. Similar to BOTOX® Cosmetic, the main ingredient in Dysport is abobotulinumtoxinA, which works to block nerve signals, allowing muscles to relax and overlying skin to smooth. Safe, effective, and fast-acting, Dysport can produce remarkable results in as few as two days.

If you are considering nonsurgical skin rejuvenation in the Tulsa area, please call South Tulsa Plastic Surgery at 918-518-5144 and schedule a consultation today. 

Where can Dysport be Injected?

Woman receiving Dysport injections for forehead linesDysport is intended to treat frown lines, those vertical lines that run in between your eyebrows. Starting at a point above your eyebrows, Dysport is injected into five different areas, carefully selected for maximum results.

Dysport can also be used to address crow’s feet and forehead wrinkles.

Treatment takes between 10 and 20 minutes for each area. Results may last up to five months.

Fast-acting and long-lasting, Dysport offers swift facial rejuvenation and is ideal as a quick pick-me-up before special occasions such as weddings and social gatherings.

Is AbobotulinumtoxinA Safe?

AbobotulinumtoxinA (botulinum toxin type A) is made from the same bacteria that cause botulism. While extremely rare, there can be difficulties related to toxin spread that may require attention if they occur.

Rare but possible Dysport side-effects include:

  • Difficulties swallowing
  • Breathing problems
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle weakness
  • Double or blurred vision
  • Drooping eyelids (ptosis)
  • Loss of voice or hoarseness 
  • Troubles making words

In some instances, botulinum toxin type A may also cause a loss of bladder control.

You can help protect yourself against unwanted consequences by choosing to work with a reputable practice overseen by a board-certified plastic surgeon. While Galderma Laboratories, the manufacturer of Dysport, makes every effort to hold personal training for all providers, off-label uses and unscrupulous injectors can place patients at great risk. Stacy Driver, RN BSN, our nurse injector, is experienced, precise, and careful, helping to ensure our patients are rewarded with the most remarkable results.

Is Dysport a Dermal Filler?

Dysport, like BOTOX® Cosmetic and Xeomen®, is a neuromodulator, not a dermal filler. Neuromodulators work by blocking the nerve signals that cause muscle tension, thereby allowing the overlying skin to become smooth. The signal is interrupted, but not destroyed so that, over the course of four to five months, it gradually starts back up. When it does, the wrinkles come back, making touch-up treatments necessary for continued results. Of course, you can also opt-out of touch-ups, using Dysport instead as a one-time treatment for a specific event or situation.

Dermal fillers work to restore things like hyaluronic acid and collagen, strengthening and filling underlying structure to restore volume to areas impacted by aging. Dermal fillers in the Juvéderm™ family can treat fine lines and deep wrinkles, along with sunken cheeks, asymmetrical lips, and sagging jowls. 

Filler or Neuromodulator? Which One is Right for Me?

Neuromodulators and dermal fillers serve different purposes. Fillers, for example, can produce volume in the cheeks, which neuromodulators cannot. Fillers cannot, however, reduce crow’s feet, forehead wrinkles, and frown lines, things neuromodulators are specifically designed to treat.

As with all treatments, the one that is right for your needs is dependent on your concerns, your goals, and various other factors that are unique to you. The most reliable way to learn which nonsurgical treatment will best meet your needs is through a one-on-one consultation at our office.

Call Now to Schedule Your Dysport Consultation

Please call 918-518-5144 to schedule a consultation at South Tulsa Plastic Surgery today. We serve all of Northeastern Oklahoma including Bixby, Inola, and Prue.