FAQ´s Injectables treatments
1. How is given?
Is given by injection. You can get treatment right in your doctor’s office. How much the doctor injects and which muscles are injected may be different from person to person. You should be able to leave your doctor’s office later the same day.
2. How painful is the injection?
The needles used to give a injection are very fine so most people experience only mild discomfort.
3. How long do the effects of therapy last?
After receiving treatment, relief may last for up to 3 months.1 You may be able to receive additional treatment as needed. Your doctor will decide if repeat injections can help you.
4. How is Dysport used?
Tiny amounts of Dysport are injected directly into the facial muscles underlying the frown lines. It usually takes three to five small, almost painless injections between the eyebrows for an effective treatment. No local anesthetic is usually required but if you are concerned a numbing cream can be applied prior to treatment. Treatment is normally over in less than 15 minutes. Over the next few days, the muscles gradually relax allowing wrinkles to loosen and skin in the treated area to appear more youthful.
5. How does Dysport work?
Dysport blocks impulses from the nerve to the facial muscles that are related to expression lines. Dysport relaxes the muscles so they do not contract. After treatment, the overlying skin becomes smooth and unwrinkled, while the untreated facial muscles contract in a normal fashion, allowing normal facial expression to be unaffected.