Creases show up on your face with every facial movement whether you are smiling, frowning or squinting. Dynamic creases disappear when your muscles relax, but at some point, these dynamic lines become static and frown lines or crow’s feet appear. Fortunately, you have options, such as Dysport, to reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

What is Dysport?
Dysport is an injectable formula derived from Botulinum toxin A. It is a neuromodulator approved for the treatment of wrinkles and other medical uses by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Dysport is in the same class of pharmaceuticals as Botox although there may be variations in the results.

How Dysport Works
Lines form on your face as a natural part of the aging process. As the skin becomes less elastic, these lines deepen and may become permanent if you do nothing about them. Using a fine needle, your practitioner will inject Dysport into the underlying tissues of the target area, usually the glabullar muscles. These are the muscles that form the frown lines on your forehead. Dysport blocks the signals from nerve to muscles, immobilizing the target muscle group temporarily so that visible lines and wrinkles appear to smooth over.