Although taking care of your skin can be as easy as applying sunscreen, maintaining a skin care regimen, or drinking a lot of water, sometimes simple fixes aren't enough.
With time spent outdoors and daily stress, the body will age itself, sometimes more quickly than you would like. When this occurs, there are a few different ways to remedy the situation without going under the knife.
Dysport, a type of injectable may be the answer. Dysport has been approved to treat certain conditions such as crossed eyes, eyelid spasms, cervical dystonia and motor disorders often associated with facial nerves.It has been approved by the FDA to treat crow's feet, wrinkles and neck bands as well.
Dysport is derived from the Clostridia botulina bacteria. It is a formation of chemicals known as neurotoxins, capable of creating anti-aging results.AbobotulinumtoxinA, also known as Dysport, is a processed and purified form of the neurotoxin. It is a sterile productthat contains no bacteria or viruses and designed for therapeutic use.
Dual board certified facial plastic surgeon Dr. James Marotta customizes Dysport for each patient. These treatments can be used on the forehead, face, lips and neck.
Although this injection does temporarily diminish the appearance of aging, such as wrinkles, it cannot stop the process as a whole.
Often, patients will combine this procedure with another such as a filler, a chemical peel or even facial plastic surgery. Marotta Plastic Surgery Specialists offers a range of facial procedures for its patients including nose surgery, ear surgery, facial contouring, eyelid surgery and overall facial rejuvenation.
Schedule a consultation with Dr. Marotta to learn more about Dysport or any of the other procedures mentioned here.