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Dysport®

A cosmetic form of botulinum toxin, Dysport is an FDA-approved prescription medication that is injected into the face to minimize the appearance of moderate to severe fine lines and wrinkles on the forehead and between the eyebrows.

At Shell Plastic Surgery, Dysport is a popular non-surgical, minimally invasive alternative for the treatment of facial wrinkles caused by muscle movement. Dr. Dan Shell routinely administers Dysport for a variety of approved indications.

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Before and afters provided by Galderma.

WHO IS THE RIGHT CANDIDATE FOR DYSPORT?

Dysport is an ideal treatment for anyone concerned about visible signs of aging on their face. The best candidates will:

  • Be between the ages of 18-65
  • Want to reduce fine lines and wrinkles
  • Possess good physical and emotional health

It is also important that candidates possess realistic cosmetic goals using Dysport. After your consultation with Dr. Shell, he will be able to determine if Dysport is the best anti-aging treatment option available to you.

FAQ

There are numerous factors to consider before committing to any cosmetic treatment. Below is a list of frequently asked questions associated with Dysport:

How does Dysport work?

Dysport is administered through injections with a very fine needle after the application of a topical numbing cream. The entire procedure is typically performed in twenty minutes or less in Dr. Shell’s office. Once injected, the botulinum toxin in Dysport blocks the transmission of nerve impulses in the treated area, temporarily weakening the facial muscles.

What can I expect during recovery?

You should be able to resume normal routines such as work and social activity immediately following treatment with Dysport. You may experience some mild and temporary side effects such as bruising, redness or pain at the injection site. The results of your treatment will start to appear gradually, with full results after two weeks.

Are the results permanent?

The results of Dysport treatment will not be permanent. On average, patients can anticipate a reduction of wrinkles lasting up to four months. In order to maintain your new look, you will need to schedule routine touch-up appointments with Dr. Shell every few months.

Are there any side effects associated with Dysport?

Side effects associated with Dysport are generally mild, and Dr. Shell will discuss all of the potential side effects with you prior to your procedure. The most common side effects include nose and throat irritation, headache, injection site pain or redness, eyelid swelling or drooping, and nausea.

Why should I choose Dr. Shell for Dysport?

During your consultation, Dr. Shell will listen carefully to your concerns, ensuring that all treatments are customized to meet your goals. He uses the latest technology in a comfortable and confidential setting. Dr. Shell is certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery and The American Board of Surgery. He is a member of The American Society of Plastic Surgeons, The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, The Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT FOR DYSPORT

Are you interested in learning more about Dysport in Northern Mississippi? Dr. Dan Shell is a board certified plastic surgeon performing Dysport treatments in Oxford, MS. Email us or contact our offices at 662-236-6465 to set up an appointment for Dysport today.

 

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