How Long Does Dysport Last for Wrinkles on the Forehead?
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Dysport Injection Longevity
Dysport for wrinkles
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How Long Does Dysport Last at Forehead
Frequency and Duration of Dysport
Like Botox Cosmetic, Dysport typically lasts between 3-4 months, depending on the person and the amount of Dysport injected. It is safe to schedule subsequent Dysport injections back to back in other areas on the face, such as glabellar lines, crowsfeet, lines running alongside of nose, and wrinkles above the lip. If your doctor went too conservative on your forehead and you do not see a result within 2 weeks, I recommend scheduling a follow up appointment for a touch up. I hope this helps!
Effects of Dysport on Wrinkles
Thank you for your question. Dysport can last an average of 3-4 months depending on an individual's metabolism. You may return for another injection before it has completely metabolized, around 2-3 months. You may have Dysport performed on other areas such as between your brows (glabella), crow's feet, bunny lines, etc. Be certain to be under the supervision of a board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon with expertise in injectables for the safest and most effective treatments. I hope this helps.
Both Dysport and Botox last approximately 3-4 months. It is fine to have Dysport back to back once you feel like the effects are wearing off.
How Long Does Dysport Last?
How Long Dysport lasts for wrinkles on the forehead.
Dysport lasts approximately as long as Botox which is about 3-4 months. Other sources report that Dysport lasts between 4-6 months on average.
It is perfectly acceptable to have Dysport procedures back to back if you do not want to experience an intermittent time interval where the effects have worn off. Some patients prefer to let the Dysport injection completely wear off before receiving their next treatment. However this is a matter of personal choice.
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