Benefits of Botox and Dysport Treatments

In the past five years, people getting Botox treatments has significantly increased. More than 40% more procedures happened in 2018, which means more men and women are seeking out the procedure. However, Botox is no longer the only game in town for wrinkle reduction. Dysport has been approved and introduced in America, and is gaining fast.

What Is the Difference?

Botox and Dysport are very similar. Both are used to relax muscles that cause certain wrinkles or noticeable lines on the face. Both are a type of botulinum A, and both are given via an injection. Botox and Dysport are also both quite safe, with high safety ratings. While there are a few differences, Botox and Dysport are both safe, effective, and are designed to make you feel and look your best.

What Are the Benefits?

Both men and women choose to use Botox or Dysport for various reasons, ranging from confidence to looking great for a special occasion. No matter why you are personally considering treatment, you can expect to enjoy a few benefits:

  • Prevent wrinkles or lines on the face
  • Reverse wrinkles or lines on the face
  • Reduce the appearance of wrinkles
  • Make you look years younger
  • Boost your confidence
  • Lift your brow
  • Decrease migraines

You can speak with your GOLDCOAST medspa consultant to talk more about your specific goals, but common areas we treat with Botox or Dysport can include:

  • Between the eyebrows
  • On the forehead
  • Under the eyes
  • Sides of your eyes (crow’s feet area)

Botox and Dysport treatments are safe and effective. Even better, results are long-lasting which means you won’t have to come in too often for your next treatment. If you have ever been curious about what a Botox or Dysport treatment is like, now is the time to call the professionals at GOLDCOAST medspa. Our team has years of experience working with clients just like you. We are ready to give you the best experience and have you leaving the office with confidence.

Call us today to get started.