Washington DC area dermatologist describes Dysport injections
Dysport® is a neuromodulator that is in the same class as Xeomin® and Botox®. All of these are used to achieve reduced movement of the muscles in which they are injected. When this medication is used, it can keep specific muscles from overly contracting. The result is that of less fine lines and folds. Many dynamic wrinkles are a result of muscle contractions, and when these stop, the skin can become smooth. Patients who are interested in addressing these dynamic wrinkles are introduced to neuromodulators that can achieve the look they desire.
Dysport®, Xeomin®, and Botox® are all available through Dr. Cheryl Burgess’s practice. At the Center fro Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery, she can evaluate patients and determine the best injectables for them. Some patients may do well with neuromodulators, while others may be better suited for injections such as collagen stimulators or hyaluronic acid fillers. Dermal fillers made of hyaluronic acid can provide immediate results and may be used directly in the wrinkles and folds to add volume, while collagen stimulators need time to build up the skin’s natural collagen stores to improve appearance. During a consultation visit, patients can discuss all of these options with a board certified dermatologist committed to providing aesthetic services that are not only affordable, but effective.
Patients in and around the Washington, DC and Maryland areas are welcome to contact Dr. Cheryl Burgess and the professionals of the Center for Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery. We welcome new and current patients into our practice and can guide patients through the many services used to address the unwanted signs of aging. From injectables to laser skin resurfacing, we provide patients with a wide range of treatments and can find one to fit each unique need.
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