Botox and Dysport are quite similar to the difference in dosage and number of sittings. Both are a type of botulinum type A used to relax the muscles that cause frown lines and other overactive muscles of the face, like forehead lines and crow’s feet. Dysport is a smaller-sized molecule, so its unit measurement differs from Botox. Research suggests Dysport does last longer than Botox with multiple treatments. The dosing is different, but it gives an equivalent effect. The doctor at CMA Primary Care & MedSpa can easily determine the need for your skin depending on the severity of skin issues. The doctor will suggest whether you need to go for Botox or Dysport therapy.
CMA Primary Care & MedSpa experts try to make you feel comfortable with the type and treatment in the beginning. After that, your skin will be thoroughly prepared and cleansed by your skincare expert. Any pain relief, if indicated, will be administered. During the procedure, you will be smoothly injected with the right proportions of the injection content depending on your treatment, whether Botox or Dysport.
The active ingredient in Botox & Dysport is botulinum, which is used in different proportions by experts of CMA Primary Care & MedSpa according to your unique needs. The injection allows your practitioner to safely and effectively treat the damaged surface layers of skin on your face or other body parts.
Botox & Dysport injectables can be given at 8-week intervals until the desired effect is achieved. For most patients, 1-2 injections are sufficient. Once the desired level of correction is reached, maintenance treatments are recommended by experts of CMA Primary Care & MedSpa to ensure long-term benefits.
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Most patients feel no pain during a filler or injectable treatment. Some people feel a warming sensation, and very few feel a pinprick. Our expertly trained specialists ensure that every patient is comfortable during a treatment session and can administer pain medication when necessary.
The typical Neuromodulators at CMA Primary Care & MedSpa take about 20-45 minutes, depending on the number of necessary factors for optimum results, including the preparation time and insertion time.
The effects of Botox last between 3 to 4 months. It varies from treatment to treatment and patient to patient. The consultants at CMA Primary Care & MedSpa can elaborate more on the lasting effects of an injectable.
The Neuromodulators at CMA Primary Care & MedSpa lead to restoring the metabolism of connective tissue and an improvement in the condition of the skin. This translates into attenuating the symptoms, which can be observed soon after the first treatment. This action continues its beneficial effect even after the treatment is finished, and for this reason, many women report further improvements during the first-month post-treatment.
More common complications of Neuromodulators include local reactions such as bleeding, pain, edema, erythema, and ecchymosis at the injection site, all of which can be significantly reduced through proper technique and knowledge of facial anatomy and physician education and training. At CMA Primary Care & MedSpa, we take special care to avoid such complications.