Slight Asymmetry After the Botox – Dysport Injection?
- Asked by Martinka
- 5 months ago
Two days ago I've had an injection of disport to treat my crows feet wrinkles.I've started to notice that the left side of my face has become more pronounced as thus the cheek on my left side appears to be “chubbier”. This asymmetry seems to show more when I smile. The difference is not too obvious. Nevertheless, I would estimate that the asymmetry is around 10% and it does make me feel uncomfortable. Is there a way how I can make the “swollen” cheek to calm down? Thank you
Slight asymmetry after Dysport
I would agree that you should wait some more time before evaluating your final result from the Dysport treatment to your crow's feet 2 days ago. If you still notice some asymmetry after a week or so, I would contact your treating physician. Often, there are slight touch ups that can be done to give improvement.
Give it a little more time
As others have said, it takes 7-10 days to see the full effect of Botox and Dysport. Asymmetries at this time may also be due to some asymmetric swelling after the injections. If you still feel that there are asymmetries after two weeks, revisit your injector. there may be some touch-ups that they can do.
Slight Asymmetry After the Botox – Dysport Injection
The full affects of Botox and Dysport can take up to 10 days to see. Don't worry about the asymmetry until that point because certain muscles will respond faster than others. Give it 10 days and then return to your injector if anything doesn't seem right.
It may take 7-10 days to see the full effects of Dysport or Botox. If after this time you still notice some asymmetry, I would recommend that you follow-up with your provider.
Asymmetry following Dysport treatment
In general, it can take up to a week for the Botox/Dysport to take effect. You
may be experiencing some swelling from the injection itself which will lead to
the chubby appearance in your cheek. In general, the side effects of
Botox/Dysport are as follow:
1) Light bruising
As of now, there is not much you can do to calm the swelling down. This is
something that will resolve over the next 1-2 weeks. I would recommend giving
it some time and then reevaluating. I hope this helps, and best of luck.
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