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Dysport for Wrinkles, TMJ, migraines

Dysport is a common type of Botox used for a variety of purposes. It lessens the visibility of face lines and wrinkles. Dysport can give you a smoother, younger-looking appearance by relaxing the muscles that cause these wrinkles. Various medical conditions, including chronic migraines and excessive sweating, are also treated with Dysport. The procedure usually only takes 10 to 20 minutes and involves a series of tiny injections that are administered directly into the desired muscles during the procedure. With Dysport injections, there is little to no downtime needed, and patients may typically resume their regular activities immediately. Dysport can give you a smoother, younger-looking appearance by relaxing the muscles that cause these wrinkles. Various medical conditions, including chronic migraines and excessive sweating, are also treated with Dysport. Patient satisfaction and safety is our top priority at our practice.

Our Board-Certified Dermatologist will work with you to choose the most effective treatment option to help you reach your goals. You can contact us to Schedule a consultation and find out more about our Dysport Treatment.

Dysport for Wrinkles, TMJ, migraines

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    FAQ's

    Dysport for Wrinkles, TMJ, migraines – Frequently Asked Questions

    Dysport is an FDA-approved injectable treatment that is used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, treat TMJ, and prevent migraines. It works by temporarily relaxing the muscles that cause wrinkles or tension in the jaw muscles that lead to TMJ or migraines.

    The effects of Dysport typically last between three and four months. The duration of the results may vary depending on the individual and the treated area.

    Dysport is injected directly into the muscle using a fine needle. The number of injections and the amount of Dysport used will depend on the individual's treatment goals and the treated area.

    Dysport injections may cause some discomfort or a mild stinging sensation. However, a topical numbing cream can be applied to the treatment area to minimize discomfort.

    Common side effects of Dysport include temporary redness, swelling, and bruising at the injection site. In rare cases, more serious complications may occur. It is important to discuss the risks and potential side effects with a dermatologist before undergoing Dysport treatment.

    Yes, Dysport has been approved by the FDA to treat chronic migraines and TMJ. Dysport injections into the jaw muscles can help relieve tension and reduce pain associated with TMJ. When injected into specific areas of the head and neck, Dysport can prevent the onset of migraines in individuals who suffer from chronic migraines.

    Dysport can be used in combination with other cosmetic treatments, such as dermal fillers or laser therapy, to achieve more comprehensive results. However, it is important to discuss any potential interactions with a dermatologist before undergoing multiple treatments.

     

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