Use of Dysport in a patient with asthma is fine if confined to the face.
Not recommended for the neck area with asthma.
Hello and thank you for your question. There should be no problem with you having Dysport if you have asthma. Best of luck.
Benjamin J. Cousins MD
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
There is no contraindication to having Dysport injections if you have asthma. Make sure to tell your injector about your condition, however, and always see a board-certified dermatologist for any injectable neuromodulator treatments.
Hello, and thank you very much for the question.There are no contraindications associated with Dysport treatment for patients with asthma. However, it is important to disclose any medical conditions to your provider prior to having treatment. I would recommend seeking the advice of a board certified facial plastic surgeon, plastic surgeon, or dermatologist; each is a fantastic choice. I hope this information helps, and I wish you the best of luck.
Yes, you should still be able to receive the Dysport treatment. As always, it is best to inform your injector of your medical history and any medications your are taking. Enjoy your treatment results!
Dysport and other neuromodulators are safe to use in patients with a history of asthma. You should always inform your physician of all medical problems and medication prior to any treatments.
You are wise to be asking whether your injectable treatments well affect underlying medical conditions. With regard to your question, dysport can be used safely in patients who have asthma.
Thanks for your question. Yes, it is okay to have the Dysport treatment. Please mention your asthma condition with your surgeon or injector beforehand.
Thank you for your question. Having asthma is not a contra-indication to receiving Botox or Dysport injections. The neurotoxins act to paralyze the muscle they are injected into. No systemic effects result when injected by a competent professional. I always recommend seeing a board certified plastic surgeon who does a high volume of injectables.
There is no reason that you cannot have a treatment like Botox or Dysport if you have asthma. Just make sure you see a qualified injector for good results.
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