What is Dysport?
Dysport contains botulinum toxin type A. Botulinum toxin acts as a barrier to the activities of nerves in muscles, causing an impermanent decrease in muscle action. The treatment normally takes only a couple of minutes, but the results last for extended periods of time.
What is this injection used for?
Dysport is often injected to treat spasms in the neck muscles, a condition known as cervical dystonia. Dysport injections are also used for the treatment of muscle spasticity in the lower and upper limbs. You can also use Dysport for the treatment of glabellar lines. Doctors may also use it to treat bilateral or unilateral blepharospasm, hemifacial spasm, and axillary hyperhidrosis.
Dysport Side Effects
Common side effects:
Many of these side effects do not require any sort of medical supervision, and they may go away once the body adjusts to the treatment. However, there are some rare reactions that require me ...
What is Sculptra made of?
Sculptra is made of a safe biocompatible material called poly-L-lactic acid. Indicated for restoring volume loss caused by ageing or medical conditions such as HIV, this injectable has become extremely popular.
What is this dermal filler used for?
Sculptra is injected into the skin, so it can enhance the collagen production which helps in restoring volume in areas like the cheeks. Sculptra’s plumping result can last more than 2 years. It is also biocompatible and will be resorbed by the tissues over time. By injecting this filler, you can reduce wrinkles and folds, as well as scars and volume loss. Sculptra helps patients regain their youthful appearance. Sculptra should be injected into the subcutaneous layer or deep dermis using a 26G needle. The injection technique and amount used will depend on the area and condition being treated. Do not overcorrect.
Sculptra Side Effects
The side effects of using this popular face filler may include ...
What is hyaluronic acid?
Hyaluronic acid is a fluid naturally found in skin, eyes, and joints. Deemed an anti-ageing treatment by many, it works to hydrate the skin and tissues while providing lubrication to joints.
Many physicians suggest using serums with added hyaluronic acid, such and Synvisc or Euflexxa, to help protect joints. Other available options include anti-inflammatory drugs, physical therapy, and even surgery, depending on the severity of the condition.
How does it work?
Hyaluronic acid works to lubricate joints and provide protection from wear and tear. It has been found to be beneficial in reducing pain in the joints. Patients with osteoarthritis can receive this treatment in order to manage their condition and prevent it from worsening. HA viscosupplements work by mimicking the lost synovial fluid in the joints, acting as a lubricant to make movement more comfortable.
Dosages and use
Often, hyaluronic acid is administered through injections. These injections a ...