How Often Are Dysport Procedures Needed to Keep Frown Lines Hidden?
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Frequency of Dysport
Over time, however, and with repeated injections, the lines and wrinkles will become less severe as the muscles are trained to relax.
Dysport For Frown Lines
When to Get Dysport
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Up to 5 months
Typically you can results lasting 3-5 months. Some patients see less while some see more. There is no solid answer, everyone is different. I see patients with results up to 4-5 months and they all love Dysport. Best of luck to you!
Keeping frown lines hidden with Dysport
Dysport routinely lasts three to four months. The treatments will make frown lines gradually disappear over time. The interesting point about any neurotoxins is that most patients' wrinkles will not worsen due aging with routine use of medications like Dysport or Botox.
Dysport and Frown Lines...
You typically will need to get treated every 3 to 4 months, on average. The more consistent you are with your treatments the weaker your forehead muscles will get and those frown lines will become less noticeable and almost completely gone in time.
Dr. Grant Stevens
Dysport efficacy variest amongst patients and treatment location but generally will last between 3-6 months.
Dysport for frown lines
The effects of Dysport last for 4-6 months for many of my patients. However results do vary from patient to patient, so your results might be slightly different. Once your Dysport starts to wear off you can go back to your dermatologist for touch-up injections to keep the frown lines hidden.
How often are Dysport procedures needed to keep away frown lines
Dysport, like Botox, is typically injected every 3-4 months. For people that work out a lot, more frequent treatments may be needed. Also, it is important that the correct dose is used- places that offer discount injections frequently do not inject adequate amounts of product (hence the bargain price). In these instances, the product wears off quickly.
Finally, some people just wear off quickly. Fortunately, they tend to last longer once the procedure has been repeated a few times and for people that have been treated for yearrs, they may only require treatment every 5 months.
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