Watch Dr. Park demonstrate how to inject Dysport for crow’s feet.
Dysport is a competitor to the well known Botox aesthetic treatment, it contains a Neurotoxin, which is Serotype A, surrounded by a protein. Dysport is diluted differently than Botox. So if a patient is used to a certain number of Botox units for a treatment they will likely need to increase the number of units when switching to Dysport (or vice versa). However, greater dilution does not mean that Dysport is less effective than Botox. It just means that a higher quantity of Dysport is needed to achieve the same level of result.