Injectables have massively grown in popularity over the past few years, and for good reason. They are a safe and effective way to reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles and to rejuvenate the skin, providing a more youthful appearance. Both Dysport and Restylane are approved by the FDA as an aesthetic enhancement.
Does Restylane last longer than Dysport?
Both Dysport and Restylane differ in how long it takes the injectables to start working and how long the results will last. As every patient and treatment is different, your results may differ from someone else, especially depending on the area and procedure. You won’t see immediate results with Dysport as it starts to work around three to five days after the injection. You will see the wrinkles start to soften and this effect typically lasts from three to five months. Typically before the current one wears off, patients tend to come back for another treatment every four months. Juvéderm is a longer lasting cosmetic treatment. Results with Juvéderm Ultra XC and Ultra Plus XC both last between six and 12 months, though for certain Juvéderm treatments, a clinical trial has seen results last for 18 to 24 months. Patients may want to return earlier for upkeep since it wears off over time. Though it may also take less than two weeks to achieve the full effect, the softening process can take anywhere from several weeks to settle.
Is it better to get Dysport or fillers?
If you are thinking about having an aesthetic treatment, but not sure what options are available to you, you should visit your local Renew Health PLLC! Perhaps you have heard a bit about Dysport and fillers, but are not sure what the differences are? We can help you understand the difference to decide which treatment is right for you! The main difference is that Dysport contains purified bacteria that freezes the muscles. By doing this, Dysport can help minimize the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines caused by your facial expressions. Dermal fillers contain ingredients that add fullness to areas that have thinned due to aging and actually plumps the skin to tackle fine lines and wrinkles that have already appeared on your face. Both are minimally invasive, which means that they are not a surgical procedure, but they do require the use of a needle. However, there are several factors you should consider when deciding which treatment to get. If you’re thinking of having injectable facial treatments, you may be wondering which option is right for you in the vast ocean of cosmetic options available. Whereas with dermal filler there is an instant result, Botulinum Toxin can take some time to work through the muscle to have the desired effect. Dermal fillers contain a substance called hyaluronic acid which is a natural substance found in our bodies. The hyaluronic acid in fillers are synthetic but are very similar to the naturally produced compound, so your body will recognize the substance as your own.
Can you get Dysport after fillers?
Yes, you can receive a Dysport injection after receiving a filler in the same area, although it is recommended to wait at least two weeks between treatments. It is always a good practice to consult your healthcare professional or aesthetician before undergoing a new treatment. If you or someone you know wants to rejuvenate their appearance and reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles, come to Renew Health PLLC today! Our team of kind and caring professionals can help you look and feel your best! To talk with an expert, contact our office today. Visit us online or give us a call to schedule an appointment at our clinic. We serve patients from Katy TX, Brookshire TX, Houston TX, Richmond TX, Fulshear TX, Sealy TX, Pattison TX, and Cypress TX.