Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Kesh Nawada, is proud to offer Dysport, a drug similar to BOTOX that helps reduce frown lines and wrinkles in the upper face, at his practice in Winter Haven, serving central Florida. Dysport, an injectable wrinkle relaxer, reduces the appearances of fine lines and wrinkles by relaxing facial muscles under the skin. Dysport diffuses up to several centimeters from the injection point, whereas BOTOX can only reach as far as single centimeter. While very similar, Dr. Nawada offers both Dysport and BOTOX so Dr. Nawada can choose the best brand of wrinkle relaxer depending on the nature of the patient's needs and goals so each patient gets their best treatment.
"Dr. Nawada is hands down the BEST Plastic Surgeon in Central Florida. Prior to my surgery I was well informed and given 100% confidence. In result, my instincts were spot on selecting Dr. Nawada to perform my elaborate procedure. Surgery went smooth and follow up was very caring & professional. He is an artist that helped me gain my confidence back. Thank you Dr.Nawada & Amazing Nurses!!"- J. / Healthgrades / Apr 09, 2016
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"Had a Bilateral Breast Augmentation in February 2017 & Dr. Nawada is the absolute best hands down!"- K.M. / Facebook / May 30, 2017
"I will never go to anyone else. Hes has magic hands & staff everyone treat you like family. Love me some Nawada. Now half my friends & family have experienced his work. Hes absoluteky amazing!!:)"- S.M. / Facebook / May 11, 2017
"I will never go to anyone else. Hes has magic hands & staff everyone treat you like family. Love me some Nawada. Now half my friends & family have experienced his work. Hes absolutely amazing!!:)"- S.M. / Facebook / May 11, 2017
Dysport is injected via a fine needle to specific areas on the face. Prior to the injection, these areas are marked, and a numbing anesthetic is applied. The amount of medicine injected varies by patient depending on their aesthetic goals. Some individuals will have deeper, broader wrinkles while others wish to target fines lines (which requires less product). Dysport is administered during an in-office appointment that typically lasts about 30 minutes.
What to Expect@headingTag>
Dysport results in virtually no downtime after the treatment is given. Some mild swelling and redness may occur at the injection sites. Ice packs are often compressed to the site immediately after treatment to help calm the skin and reduce these after effects. Patients are able to resume their normal activities during the same day as their treatment. Results will become apparent within a couple of short days.
The cost for a Dysport injection will vary depending on how many syringes of the medicine are needed during the time of treatment. The cost can range between $350 for a full syringe up to $800, or more, for several.
Plan Your Procedure
- Average Cost
- From $100
- Recovery Time
- Average Procedure Time
- 30 Minutes
- Post-op Follow-up
- 4-6 Months
- Procedure Recovery Location
Dysport or BOTOX?@headingTag>
Both Dysport and Botox are safe, effective for facial wrinkles and widely available. A skilled practitioner can tell which medication may offer the best benefit. The results of a Dysport injection typically become visible faster than BOTOX, last a bit longer and spreads to a larger coverage area.
Dysport or Filler?@headingTag>
Patients seeking to rejuvenate their facial appearance may look into injectable fillers, as well as products such as Dysport to attain results. Both skin treatments work to decrease facial wrinkles, but use varying approaches. Injectable fillers add volume to certain facial structures, which creates a smooth result on the surface. It is common today to combine products such as Dysport and BOTOX, with an injectable filler. This has been labeled a “liquid facelift” and provides outstanding results for individuals who do not want surgery.
How Often for Treatment?@headingTag>
Patients are usually ready for a follow-up visit within 3-4 months after treatment. This varies by patient.