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DysportPennington and Princeton

Dysport is for those who want a natural, smoother, more youthful appearance. It’s proven to help smooth the appearance of moderate to severe frown lines by relaxing the facial muscles. It is best utilized on the forehead, between the brows (glabella), or on “crow’s feet.” In just a few days after treatment, you’ll see wrinkles start to smooth, and diminish. For a more youthful, relaxed look. Results will last approximately 4 to 6 months.


What is Dysport ?

For adults who want a more natural look, Dysport is a bobotulinumtoxinA injection proven to help smooth the appearance of frown lines without changing the look or movement of the rest of your face.

How does Dysport work?

Dysport treats mild to severe frown lines by reducing specific muscle activity. Wrinkles are caused by repeated movements and muscle contractions. One injection into several points between and above the eyebrows temporarily prevents muscle contractions that cause frown lines, leaving the rest of your face to move as expected.

How long does Dysport last?

In just one 10- to 15-minute treatment, Dysport may help improve the look of your frown lines for 4-6 months. The majority of patients see improvement in just 3-5 days after treatment. There is little to no downtime after your treatment, which means you can get back to your day faster, we do advise patient to avoid looking or lying down for 4-6 hours after treatment to avoid drooping.

Q: Does Dysport treatment hurt?

Some patients report that being injected with dysport feels like a pinch . Dr. Gertzman will use ice to numb the area.

Q: What are some of the side effects?

Side effects are rare. Patients have experienced eyelid drooping & eyelid swelling. Other possible side effects include: dry mouth; discomfort or pain at the injection site; tiredness; headache; neck pain; eye problems: double vision, blurred vision, decreased eyesight and dry eyes; and allergic reactions.