DYSPORT Beverly Hills & Los Angeles
What is Dysport?
Dysport recently got approved by FDA for treating facial wrinkles. Dysport was originally to be marketed in the US under the name "Reloxin", but the FDA decided that the original name should be used and did not allow the new name. Dysport is very similar to Botox. Dysport and Botox are made by different companies, but they have the same basic structure and they work in the same way.
Dysport temporarily relaxes the muscles you use to frown. Dysport smoothes facial lines and wrinkles and is believed to last approximately 4 months.
What is the difference between Dysport and Botox?
Based on current studies, Dysport effects may be seen sooner than Botox. However, the difference is so little that it does not matter much to users. Some studies suggests that dysport effects larger area arround its injection site. This study has its own limitation and yet to be proven to make any difference clinically.
Dysport is slightly less expensive than botox. But so far, Dysport seem to be almost identical to botox. Dysport is now the newest competitor to Botox in the U.S., but has been used in Europe in for many years. As always competition has shown to be a good and healthy thing. This may spur on pricing competition that will benefit consumers. Also the competition may trigger more attempts to come up with the next "bigger and better" products.
Dr Simoni will soon introduce Beverly Hills to Dysport in a red carpet event as the "First Dysport party" in the US. Stay tune.
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