How is Dysport different from Botox? Is it cheaper? Is it better?
It sounds like it might last a little longer? Is it possible that folks who have built up a resistance to Botox might experience relief from Dysport?
Dysport uses human serum, abobotulinumtoxinA and lactose. Is this a better alternative than Botox?
I don't just want to know which one is cheapest, I also want to know which is the better buy, based on results and need for repeat treatments.
Does one (Dysport or Botox) also have a shorter overall recovery time?
If so, what are the advantages of this? In what circumstances do you prefer Dysport to Botox?
I'm assuming that botox work better on deep deep forehead wrinkles, is this true? Why?
I have had Botox injections twice before for treatment of forehead wrinkles and the 11's. I recently went to my dermatologist to have further...
How does Dysport compare to Botox in relieving pain and controlling muscle contractions in general?
How does the area of application influence a choice of dysport over botox?)