Botox/ Dysport is the most popular physician-administered cosmetic treatment in the U.S., used as an effective way to reduce fine lines and wrinkles on the face and neck. Botox/Dysport, medically known as Botulinum Toxin Type A, is a prescription medicine that is injected directly into the muscles to block nerve impulses, which essentially paralyzes the muscle and stops the contraction. The Botox/Dysport procedure only takes 10-15 minutes. Botox/Dysport effects generally are noticeable 3-14 days after the procedure, but in some cases take up to two weeks to see the full effect.
Advantages of Botox/Dysport
- Simple, non-surgical treatment to reduce moderate to severe lines and wrinkles
- No anesthesia or recovery time are needed
- Provides dramatic effects that are customizable and reversible
Common Areas Treated with Botox/Dysport
- Forehead (for horizontal lines)
- Glabella (for frown lines)
- Outer corners of the eyes (for crow's feet)
- Chest Wrinkles and Neck Bands
- Brow Lift and Brow Asymmetry
- Drooping Mouth Corners
- Smoker lines around the lips
- Severe Underarm Sweating
How is the Botox/Dysport procedure performed?
Botox/Dysport is injected with a fine needle into specific muscles, with only minor discomfort. The Botox/Dysport procedure takes only a few minutes and no anesthesia is required.
How long does Botox/Dysport last?
The effects of Botox/Dysport differ in length according to the patient. . As muscle action gradually returns, the lines and wrinkles begin to reappear and will need to be re-treated to maintain the effect. After repeated Botox/Dysport injections, the lines and wrinkles will often appear less severe and less often because the muscles are being trained repeatedly to relax. Results of Botox/Dysport procedures performed for treating underarm sweating last up to 7 months. Individual results may vary.
Will I Still be Able to Make Facial Expressions?
Properly done, Botox/Dysport treatments will not change radically your normal facial expressions or give the appearance that you have undergone an invasive procedure.. Dr. Karina Bibicheff is an expert Botox/Dysport Injector and she will give you the most natural-appearing results.
What are the side effects of Botox/Dysport?
The most common side effects of Botox/Dysport are temporary bruising and slight pain with injection.. Dr. Karina Bibicheff will discuss the side effects associated with the procedure during your Free Botox/Dysport Consultation.
Why choose Vita for your Botox procedure
Why choose Vita for your Botox Procedure
Every year Dr. Karina Bibicheff, an expert Botox/Dysport injector, helps thousands of patients erase fine lines and wrinkles and regain confidence in their appearances. Dr. Bibicheff is committed to helping her patients achieve their cosmetic goals and feel more attractive. At Vita Med Spa we offer 100 % pure, fresh, maximum strength Botox/Dysport which are authentic Allergan/Galderma Products.
Not all Botox/Dysport Treatments are Equal
Botox/Dysport administered at one practice may not necessarily equal to the Botox/Dysport of another practice. Botox/Dysport is supplied in a manufacturers' vial. In order to be able to inject
the active units of Botox/Dysport, the physician must add saline to convert it to a liquid form”. This process known as reconstitution enables the Botox to be extracted from the vial into the syringe. However during the reconstitution process some physicians and practitioners add more saline than recommended. The more saline that is added to the Botox/Dysport vial, the less concentrated units will be present in the syringe.. Dr. Karina Bibicheff follows manufacturer’s guidelines on reconstitution so you are assured of the efficacy of the product.
Also, many facilities quote a price based on area. But what is their definition of an area? They may actually be breaking up what is considered one area into two areas. With this in mind, you should be cautious when practices offer Botox/Dysport at bargain prices. At Vita Med Spa we charge by the unit for Botox/Dysport so that you only pay for the exact number of units you receive.