dysport before & after


(Results vary by individual patient and  results cannot be guaranteed)

Considering Dysport ® treatments in Vancouver? Dysport injections reduce the appearance of moderate to severe frown lines and other facial wrinkles and lines caused by years of repeated muscle contractions. Dysport is a quick, non-invasive treatment that offers noticeable improvement in just a few days.

Although Dysport and Botox ® are both neuromodulators  used to improve the appearance of dynamic wrinkles, they are different preparations that should not be used interchangeably. A consultation with an experienced medical doctor will determine if Dysport is an appropriate treatment for you.

For more information about Dysport, contact our Vancouver, BC private medical clinic.

What is Dysport ®?

Dysport is a neuromodulator containing Botulinum Toxin Type A (like Botox) that blocks the signal sent from the nerves to muscles, resulting in a reduction of muscle contractions that cause dynamic wrinkles. As we age, the cumulative effect of repeated muscle contractions results in frown lines, crow’s feet, forehead wrinkles, and bunny nose (or bunny scrunch) lines. Dysport injections can improve these wrinkles quickly without the downtime associated with surgery. Dysport does not affect the sensory nerves so patients have normal feeling in the area that is treated.

(Results vary by individual patient and results cannot be guaranteed)

In addition to its aesthetic uses, Dysport injections – like Botox – may be prescribed for the treatment of excessive sweating, migraines and TMJ.

Am I a good candidate?

If you have visible frown lines, forehead wrinkles, or nose wrinkles, you may be a good candidate for Dysport treatments.

Dysport contraindications

Do not have Dysport injections if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or if you have:

  • Any neurological disorder (such as myasthenia gravis).
  • Surgical changes to your face
  • Weak muscles in the treatment area
  • Infection at the injection site
  • Droopy eyelids or sagging eyelid folds
  • Deep facial scars
  • Thick and oily skin
  • Very deep wrinkles
  • Pre-existing swallowing or breathing difficulties
  • Allergy or sensitivity to cow’s milk protein (Dysport may contain trace amounts)

For more details about contraindications, contact your doctor and read the Dysport important safety information.

Dysport Before and After - male

(Results vary by individual patient and  results cannot be guaranteed)

Before the treatment

  • 1 day before the treatment, do not drink red wine and avoid Aspirin, Motrin, Advil (ibuprofen), non-steroidal anti-inflammatories and other blood thinners.
    • Avoid drinking red wine 2 days before treatment.
    • Avoid taking 1 week before the treatment: Don quai, evening primrose oil, ginkgo leaf, ginger, garlic, ginseng, feverfew.
  • If you suffer from cold sores, you may need to take anti-viral medications prior to your Dysport treatment.
  • Using Dysport while taking other medicines may cause serious side effects. Please consult your physician to ensure that Dysport in combination with your current medications is safe.
  • Tell the doctor administering Dysport if you have received injections of botulinum toxin, such as Myobloc, Botox, or Xeomin ® in the past 4 months.
  • Tell the doctor administering Dysport if you have recently had antibiotics by injection, muscle relaxants, allergy or cold medicines, or sleep medicine.

What happens during the treatment?

Before the Dysport treatment, a topical anaesthetic cream may be applied to numb the treatment area. Just before each injection, a cold pack or ice pack may be used to further freeze the injection site. Dysport injections are usually well tolerated and the injections cause minimal discomfort.

Treatment time: typically less than 1 hour depending on the number of areas being treated.

After the treatment

  • Do not rub the treated areas.
  • Do not lay down for 4 hours after your treatment.
  • Avoid excessive heat or exercise for 24 hours after your treatment.
  • Results are usually noticeable in a few days to a week.

Recovery time: No downtime. It may take up to 1 week for all bruising to disappear.

How many treatments will I need?

Dysport results typically last for 4 months or more. You should not be treated with Dysport more frequently than every 90 days.

Other treatment options

Other neuromodulators with similar benefit as Dysport include:

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