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Westlake Dermatology is the #1 provider of Dysport in Texas with offices in Austin, Houston, and Dallas.
Dysport® is an injectable treatment used to temporarily eliminate moderate to severe frown lines that are caused by frequent tightening of facial muscles. When injected, Dysport works to temporarily relax the muscle causing the lines in the skin.
Before and After Dysport
Which areas can be treated with Dysport?
Dysport is most commonly used to treat frown lines on the forehead, but it can be used in other areas as well such as above the nose and various areas around the mouth and lips.
What are the benefits and results of Dysport?
Dysport can help achieve a more youthful, well-rested look without having to undergo surgery. It is a great option for people who want to eliminate facial wrinkles without changing the look of their face. Results are noticeable within a few days and last up to four months.
How does Dysport work?
Dysport reduces muscle contraction in the treated area by blocking the signal that is sent by the nerves to the muscle. By temporarily relaxing the contraction of the muscle, Dysport smoothes the frown lines. The treatment takes about 10 to 20 minutes to complete.
Why should I choose Westlake Dermatology for Dysport treatments?
Westlake Dermatology is a leading dermatology and cosmetic surgery center in Austin. Our nurses and doctors are specially trained to administer Dysport as well as many other types of injectables. We will answer any questions you may have to ensure you are completely comfortable and knowledgeable regarding treatment and standard procedures. Visit us to discover why Austinites have trusted us with their skincare for years.
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