Dysport is a prescription injection that is used to temporarily improve the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows without changing the look of your entire face. Muscles that are untreated still work normally, allowing you to freely show facial expressions, such as smiling.

Looking good is important to many people. But feeling good is essential to our wellbeing. When you look and feel your best inspires self-confidence which can lead to many fine things in life. Someone who feels young is often someone who feels they can do anything and get what they want out of life. Anyone can look good with the right kind of help. Finding the ideal product to help get that special glow is essential.

How Dysport works

Over time, the muscles above and between the eyebrows repeatedly contract and tighten, causing wrinkles. But, with just 1 injection into each of 5 points between and over the eyebrows, Dysport blocks the signal from the nerve to the muscles, ultimately resulting in a reduction of muscle activity and temporarily preventing contraction of the muscles that cause frown lines.

What to expect from Dysport

The procedure consists of several tiny injections in the desired area. No anesthesia is required. Discomfort is minimal and brief, and it is unlikely that you will develop significant side effects. Some people develop slight temporary bruising at the injection site that can easily be covered by makeup. You may resume normal activities immediately.

Within a few days you will see a marked improvement which may continue to improve for as long as a week and should last up to four months.

What to do next

If you would like to schedule an appointment for Dysport injections, or you want to learn more about our cosmetic treatments, call (919) 557-6400 to schedule an appointment with a Thrive Skin + Wellness skincare specialist, or schedule a consultation online.

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