In earlier posts, we discussed dermal fillers and their incredible ability to replace volume and fill in wrinkles, leaving you with a youthful glow. Let’s take a peek at another wrinkle-blasting treatment, shall we? This treatment is neurotoxins, which include Botox and Dysport, options with the same goal as fillers, but with a slightly different approach.
The difference between these two treatments lies primarily in how they affect your facial muscles. While dermal fillers’ function is to “fill” in wrinkles and replace volume loss, neurotoxins prevents the lines formation from the underlying muscle movement.. Dysport & Botox relax the muscles (essentially giving them a break by blocking nerve action), which in turn, softens the targeted wrinkles.
Dysport & Botox treat irritating signs of aging, including frown lines, forehead lines, crow’s feet (laugh lines), bunny lines (wrinkles on nose), gummy smiles, and much, much more. Often after treatment, many clients find that they look more relaxed and well-rested, as if they just got back from a much-needed vacation!
On average, Dysport & Botox last for up to 3-4 months. Regular users praise the treatments and results, many finding that their results last longer as time goes on, thereby requiring fewer treatments.
One fear many clients express is their belief that they will lose their ability to make facial expressions. While it is true that Dysport & Botox leave your facial muscles temporarily weakened after treatment, take comfort in the fact that your sunny smile isn’t going anywhere. Despite the rumors, your arsenal of emotional expressions will remain untouched; you WILL retain the ability to convey facial expressions.
Here at EvolvMD MedSpa & Body Contouring in lovely Wauwatosa, WI, we offer both of these approaches to facial rejuvenation … each boasting lasting, beautiful results. Let us help you decide which product is the best fit for your needs.
Would you like to learn more? Of course you would! Give our EvolvMD team a call at 414.479.0113 or send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org!