I would recommend that you wait 2 weeks for the Dysport to take into effect. If however you are still concerned then, I would recommend that you follow up with your injector.
Your injections did not "go wrong"! The Dysport is starting to take effect please be patient and watch the process work. Wait 10 days and if you are still concerned follow up with your provider. The reassuring thing about Dysport and Botox is that the product is not permanent. The effect of the relaxation of the muscles will only last 3 to 4 months. Hope this helps.
Thank you for your question. In the first few days after the injection of botox or dysport into the chin, the area can look irregular and even "lumpy". The reason for this is that there are several bands of muscles in the chin, some are affected earlier than others. Therefore it is important to really wait the full 2 weeks before making any assessments. If the area remains lumpy when you articulate or speak then perhaps you should follow up with your doctor. Be well-
Lump showing on my chin when I close my mouth after my 2nd day of my first Dysport for my chin. Will it go away?
As the Dysport (and any neuromodulator) takes effect, there can be some areas that are affected first. This can create some lumpiness in the chin area which is not seen in most other areas we inject. As more muscles are affected, that should go away. After 14 days if you still aren't happy you should follow up with your injector to be evaluated. You may need a few units in that area (or next time less units below that area).
I hope this helps and good luck.
I suggest you wait 7-14 days before determining the end result of the dysport. this is some of the muscle active and other parts not active. Best, Dr. Emer.