Botox and Dysport

Botulinum Type A Wrinkle Treatment Solutions

Keep Yourself Looking Refreshed and Comfortable

Throughout the centuries, men and women have been fascinated by looking as young as possible. There have been whole legends created around this never-ending desire to look young and beautiful. As medicine and technology have improved in the past several decades, so have the methods of reducing the appearance of wrinkles and frown lines.

The invention of botox several decades ago was one of the most major developments in making wrinkles disappear. The discovery of its anti-aging effects was a happy accident and was originally meant to treat crossed eyes. Years later, the FDA approved Botox for treating wrinkles and frown lines in 2002. They also approved Dysport several years later in 2009, which works very similarly to Botox. We offer both at lower prices than other wellness clinics. Learn about how both Botox and Dysport can help you improve your appearance.

Facts on Botox

There are over 6 million Botox treatments given to patients in the United States each year. It’s one of the most popular wrinkle and crease solutions out there and comes from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, which is found in forests, lakes, and soil as well as in fish and mammal intestines. Botox is also used to treat migraines and excessive sweating.

How Botox Works

Botox is short for botulinum toxin. In small doses, Botox has many benefits for people and basically works by blocking the transmission of nerve impulse to the injected muscles. The activity of the muscles is reduced and causes wrinkles and frown lines to disappear.

At Vortex Wellness, we use a special painless injection technique to minimize discomfort. You can numb the area with a cold pack, and the procedure only takes 10 minutes.

What About Dysport?

Dysport is also derived from botulinum toxin and is a newer alternative to Botox. Both Botox and Dysport have the same effects on the muscles, and the differences between the two boil down to their dilution levels and which types of areas are used with each product. Dysport is comprised of smaller molecules than Botox and spreads over a wider area, so it’s beneficial for treating large areas like the forehead.

Other than that, it’s not the type of product injected that matters most, but the technique used.

Side of Effects of Botox and Dysport

Both Botox and Dysport are incredibly safe, but there are potential side effects. Some of the common side effects of both Botox and Dysport include:

· Neck and back pain

· Headaches

· Itching

· Dizziness

· Drowsiness

· Sore throat

Most side effects with Botox and Dysport manifest as flu-like symptoms, and you should consult your doctor if you experience any of these side effects. You should not take Botox or Dysport if you have neuromuscular disorders like ALS or Lambert-Eaton syndrome.

Are Botox and Dysport Right for Me?

Botox and Dysport are safe to use in a variety of patients. If you have crow’s feet or any wrinkles on your body, you’re a prime fit for treatment. Our consultation helps determine if Botox and Dysport will be effective for you.

Facts on Botox

There are over 6 million Botox treatments given to patients in the United States each year. It’s one of the most popular wrinkle and crease solutions out there and comes from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, which is found in forests, lakes, and soil as well as in fish and mammal intestines. Botox is also used to treat migraines and excessive sweating.

How Botox Works

Botox is short for botulinum toxin. In small doses, Botox has many benefits for people and basically works by blocking the transmission of nerve impulse to the injected muscles. The activity of the muscles is reduced and causes wrinkles and frown lines to disappear.

At Vortex Wellness, we use a special painless injection technique to minimize discomfort. You can numb the area with a cold pack, and the procedure only takes 10 minutes.

What About Dysport?

Dysport is also derived from botulinum toxin and is a newer alternative to Botox. Both Botox and Dysport have the same effects on the muscles, and the differences between the two boil down to their dilution levels and which types of areas are used with each product. Dysport is comprised of smaller molecules than Botox and spreads over a wider area, so it’s beneficial for treating large areas like the forehead.

Other than that, it’s not the type of product injected that matters most, but the technique used.

Side of Effects of Botox and Dysport

Both Botox and Dysport are incredibly safe, but there are potential side effects. Some of the common side effects of both Botox and Dysport include:

· Neck and back pain

· Headaches

· Itching

· Dizziness

· Drowsiness

· Sore throat

Most side effects with Botox and Dysport manifest as flu-like symptoms, and you should consult your doctor if you experience any of these side effects. You should not take Botox or Dysport if you have neuromuscular disorders like ALS or Lambert-Eaton syndrome.

Are Botox and Dysport Right for Me?

Botox and Dysport are safe to use in a variety of patients. If you have crow’s feet or any wrinkles on your body, you’re a prime fit for treatment. Our consultation helps determine if Botox and Dysport will be effective for you.

Botox and Dysport FAQ

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Botox and Dysport FAQ

If you have any questions about dermal fillers, please visit our FAQ page where we answer some of the most common questions.

You’re One Consultation Away from Receiving Amazing Wrinkle Reduction!

Get some of the most popular wrinkle treatment options at an affordable price at Vortex Wellness. Schedule a consultation today to see if Botox and Dysport are right for you!