The results obtained from Dysport® or any other neuromodulator (such as Botox Cosmetic® and Xeomin®) is all dependent on the skill of the injector. Please consult a board certified aesthetic dermatologist for a consultation.
Thank you for sharing your question. Dysport and Botox can migrate to an unintended muscle giving a poor result. The use of very concentrated material to be injected decreases the risk of migration. See an experienced injector for your treatments.
Depending on the volume of the injection, these products can diffuse away from the site of injection. This can often include lateral and superior diffusion causing surprising and unwanted muscle responses. For that reason, it is essential that your injector take this into consideration when improvising a solution for you. We talk about brow shaping but accomplishing this in a predictable way is another matter.
Hello and thank you for your experience. It is best to see an experienced injector who can review the facial muscle anatomy, their actions and target the areas of concern. Experienced Board Certified Plastic Surgeons and experienced dermatologists are a great place to start. Botox and Dysport will typically begin to "kick in" after 4-7
days, but some may see results earlier. The full effect is usually seen after
7-10 days, so two weeks after your injections is a great time for a follow-up
with your injector if you are not getting the results you desire, and additional Botox/Dysport may
be given then if more correction is desired/needed. Best of luck.
Benjamin J. Cousins MD
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon