What is Dysport?
Dysport, also known as abobotulinumtoxinA, is a neuromodulator and cosmetic injectable made of botulinum toxin A, the same substance contained in Botox.
While Dysport has many medical uses, it can also be used cosmetically to freeze the muscles that cause dynamic wrinkles, which are wrinkles that appear due to repeated facial movements. The frozen muscles are unable to contract, diminishing the appearance of lines and folds and preventing them from developing further.
Dysport for crow’s feet is just one possible use for this cosmetic injectable—it can also be used safely and effectively to treat moderate to severe glabellar lines, which are the lines between the eyebrows that appear when we frown.
Why Dysport for crow’s feet?
Crow’s feet, also sometimes referred to as periorbital wrinkles, are often a source of insecurity for patients. The lines that appear when people smile or squint are often the first visible sign of facial aging, and many ...
How does age affect the hands?
Ageing affects all parts of the body, and the hands are no exception. From loss of strength and grip, tremors, increased stiffness and lack of mobility, the hands show the signs of ageing in many ways. However, one of the first signs of ageing in the hands is a more cosmetic concern, but one that can affect the happiness of your patients nonetheless. Lines and wrinkles develop in the hands because the skin loses its ability to retain moisture, which can lead not only vein becoming more visible and a thin, papery appearance, but it can also lead to skin becoming dry and itchy.
Radiesse for hands
However, there is something you can offer to patients who are unhappy with the aged appearance of their hands. Radiesse for hands is the only dermal filler treatment for the hands that have been proven to offer instant volume restoration. Radiesse, which is a hyaluronic acid-based filler, is able to instantly hydrate and plump up the skin of the han ...
How are Restylane Lyft and Juvederm Voluma similar?
Restylane Lyft and Juvederm Voluma are both hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers that are FDA-approved for treating moderate to severe facial folds and wrinkles and age-related volume loss in the cheeks. Both fillers are suitable for adult patients and can provide long-lasting, though temporary, results. As Restylane Lyft and Juvederm Voluma are both hyaluronic acid fillers, they are both biodegradable and biocompatible, and the effects can be reversed with an injection of hyaluronidase. Both products are able to provide lifting and support in the skin and underneath, adding volume to the mid-face area and smoothing out imperfections.
What is the difference between Restylane Lyft vs Voluma?
While there are many similarities between the two dermal fillers, there are also some distinct differences between Restylane Lyft vs Voluma. The biggest difference is in the G prime, which measures the fluidity and flow of ...