Botox & Dysport
Botox and Dysport are an injectable solutions designed to minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Botox and Dysport are injected into the muscles that cause facial wrinkles and crow’s feet. This injection temporarily reduces the activity of these muscles and therefore reduces the appearance of the wrinkles. Botox and Dysport are commonly injected between the eyebrows (glabellar region), into the muscles of the forehead, and around the eyes (crow’s feet). Dysport and Botox are very similar products, although some research suggests that Dysport may be faster-acting and longer-lasting. It also spreads farther from the injection site, thus allowing a broader area of small wrinkles (such as the “crow’s feet” lines that splay out from the corners of the eyes) to be treated with fewer injections.
The entire medical staff at Premier Image has been
professionally trained on the administration of Dysport and Botox.
BEFORE (top right): Patient before Dysport injections, trying her hardest to make frown lines
DURING (left): Dr. Cromer injecting the patient with Dysport.
AFTER (bottom right): Patient 2 days after Dysport injections, trying her hardest to make frown lines.
WHAT A DIFFERENCE!