Why Choose Dysport in Longmont?
- Posted on: Nov 13 2019
Over the years, many people looking to improve their appearance have turned to treatments like BOTOX®, Dysport®, and dermal fillers with the goal of looking younger. These treatments have proven effective in helping both men and women to look younger by getting rid of lines and wrinkles on the face. Dermatology Center of the Rockies proudly offers Dysport® in Longmont. The treatment has quickly gained popularity.
What are the Similarities to BOTOX®?
Both BOTOX® and Dysport® are used to address fine lines and wrinkles by relaxing muscles in the face. This prevents the muscles from contracting. The result is the relaxation of muscles in the treated area. The results of both Dysport® and BOTOX® are temporary. Regular treatment sessions every 3-6 months or so are typically recommended for lasting results.
What are the Key Differences?
Dysport® has only recently become available in parts of the country, and it is considered an alternative to BOTOX® treatment. This particular option is ideal for those who are in the early stages of developing wrinkles and lines on the forehead.
Because of the low protein levels in Dysport®, the effects can be more evenly distributed than with BOTOX®. This means that the results are much softer and a lot more natural, in certain cases.
Dysport® is more diluted than BOTOX®. This does not mean that it is less effective; it only means to achieve the same results, more will be needed.
With this treatment, you can look forward to great results without looking unnatural. You won’t have to worry about people asking whether you have had some sort of cosmetic procedure because your look will still be very natural.
Fast and Convenient
GettingDysport® in Longmont is a very fast and convenient means of improving your appearance. It is something that you can do without having to disrupt your normal routine.
If you are considering Dysport®, make an appointment at Dermatology Center of the Rockies in Longmont to learn more. Contact us today to schedule a consultation!
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