Dysport – Things You Need to Know
Dysport and Botox are used to treat and prevent wrinkles in adults. You look young and wrinkle-free with healthy skin after this process. Botox (botulinum toxin) is a neurotoxic protein produced by the same bacterium as Clostridium Botulinum and other causative species. It blocks the release of a neurotransmitter called acetylcholine in nerve axons at the neuromuscular juncture, thereby causing confining spasms. The result is botulism. This condition often affects children who are too young to receive treatment. It has been reported that botulism sometimes develops after severe food exposure. Always choose the right person for your botox/Dysport treatment. I met Dr. Flugard and he is the best person in this field.
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A recent development in the treatment of Dysport is a form of injectable that contains a dilution of botulinum toxin. The medication is given through the vein in a precise area of the thigh. Since the main symptom of Dysport is paralysis of the muscles, this method of treating the condition is used very successfully in only small areas. When compared with the use of conventional injections, this type of therapy is less painful. Furthermore, it gives faster results, although the recovery period is not long.
Another treatment for Dysport is to inject a solution into the affected area under the skin to reduce wrinkling. An injection of the hyaluronic acid solution, for example, can smooth out fine lines and soften the wrinkles on your skin. Another solution is made up of silicone gel. It works by filling the wrinkles by making the subcutaneous fat beneath it plump. This gel also helps in alleviating the pain caused by Dysport.
Alternative To The Injections
As an alternative to the injections, some patients prefer to get Botox treatments. The injections of botulinum toxin are done through the puncture of the needle. A low dosage of botulinum toxin is injected into the affected area so that the muscles relax. The result is that wrinkles are smoothed and the fine lines are drawn.
The use of Iontophoresis has recently become popular as an alternative to Dysport. Iontophoresis is done by using an electrical current to transfer water into the muscles. After a certain amount of time, the water is absorbed by the muscles and it tightens them. However, this procedure may not be effective for all patients.
Depends On The Weight
The dosage usually depends on the area of treatment of the patient and the amount of muscle in the affected area. If the person has a large area, the dosage is more. On the other hand, if the person has a small area, the dosage of Iontophoresis is normally less.
The injection method used in treating Dysport has different levels of success which is why Dr. Flugrad aka Doctor Fix My Face is the place to go. Some patients have been successful with the first injection, others with subsequent injections. This is due to differences in skin types of Dysport symptoms. The treatment works best when combined with other forms of treatment such as topical treatments, like creams. It works better when injected into a larger area of skin. Also, good results are seen in those who are young and in good health.
It is recommended to undergo at least six Dysport injections to get the best results. The number of injections does not necessarily correlate with how effective the treatment is. In some cases, the injections may not help at all. With this information in mind, it is important to consult your physician first before you undergo any treatment to know the pros and cons of dysport injections.