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What Is Dysport?

Made from botulinum toxin type A, which temporarily paralyzes the muscles responsible for causing fine lines and wrinkles, Dysport is commonly used to target lines between the eyebrows, around the eyes, and on the forehead, but can also be used to treat other areas of the face.

How It Works

Wrinkles form due to repeated muscle contractions, which cause the skin to fold over time. By temporarily paralyzing the muscles responsible for the contraction of facial expressions, the injections prevent them from creasing the skin, reducing the appearance of wrinkles. Dysport blocks the release of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter responsible for controlling muscle movement, allowing the muscles to relax and the skin to smooth out. This results in a more refreshed, youthful appearance without surgery or invasive procedures. Say goodbye to facial creases and hello to a more natural-looking you with Dysport injections at VIVIFY medspa in Tampa.

Who Is a Candidate?

Individuals looking to minimize wrinkles on the face may want to use Dysport injections to achieve their desired results. Candidates for Dysport in Tampa should be in good overall health. If you are interested in a Dysport treatment, scheduling a consultation with our board-certified nurse practitioner, Michelle Buchanan, of VIVIFY medspa is the first step. During your consultation, Michelle will evaluate your skin and discuss your aesthetic goals to determine if Dysport is the right treatment for you. She will also answer any questions you may have and provide you with personalized recommendations for achieving your desired results.

What to Expect

The treatment areas and amount of product to be used will be outlined during your consultation based on your aesthetic concerns and goals. Before your treatment, the skin is cleaned, and muscle movement is assessed by our practitioner. Dysport is then injected into the targeted muscles using a fine needle. The procedure typically takes less than 30 minutes to complete. 

After your Dysport treatment, you may experience some redness or swelling at the injection site, but this generally subsides within a few hours. You can return to your regular daily activities immediately, although avoiding heavy exercise for the first 24 hours is recommended. Results from Dysport typically last for several months and can be maintained with follow-up treatments.

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Why Choose VIVIFY?

At VIVIFY plastic surgery & medspa, we provide exceptional, concierge-style care led by board-certified experts Dr. Dallas Buchanan and Michelle Buchanan. Our board-certified nurse practitioner, Michelle Buchanan, is a certified master injector trained in the most advanced techniques to ensure that you have a safe treatment and ideal results. Our team is dedicated to building lasting relationships with our patients, ensuring patients have direct contact with our providers and exceptional communication. Our upscale Tampa office offers a safe, supportive, and welcoming environment where we go above and beyond to exceed your expectations and help you achieve your desired aesthetic. At VIVIFY, we treat every patient like they are part of our family. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and discover the personalized services we offer to enhance your natural beauty.


What is the difference between Dysport and BOTOX?

Which is better, Dysport or BOTOX?

What is the difference between Dysport and BOTOX?

Dysport and BOTOX are both injectable neurotoxins used to treat wrinkles and fine lines. They are both made from botulinum toxin type A, but they have some differences in their formulation and application. Dysport has smaller molecules than BOTOX, which means it can spread more easily and may be more effective for treating larger areas like the forehead. BOTOX, on the other hand, is more concentrated and may be better for treating smaller, more precise areas like the crow's feet around the eyes.

Which is better, Dysport or BOTOX?

There is no clear answer to this question, as it depends on individual preferences and needs. Some people may find that Dysport works better for them, while others may prefer BOTOX. It's important to consult with a qualified medical provider to determine which treatment is best for you.

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