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Dysport - The BOTOX Alternative

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This patient was treated with Dysport to the crow's feet area. Her "after" photos show results 3 days after treatment. Dysport is shown to activate faster- 2 to 3 days as oppose to the traditional 2 weeks of Botox, and last longer- 4 to 6 months in comparison to the 2 to 3 months of Botox. Many patients have also reported less pain during injection and less redness and swelling immediately following.

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