Younger men and women who are beginning to notice some signs of aging like forehead wrinkles or furrows wonder if there is an appropriate cosmetic procedure to treat them. A full Dysport treatment for someone who is 35 years old may be discouraging, but plastic surgeons like S. Larry Schlesinger, MD, FACS are able to offer this treatment in smaller doses, if deemed appropriate.
People in Honolulu seeking relief from their aging signs usually worry that an injectable Dysport treatment will leave their forehead or other parts of their faces completely immobile, and would prefer to be discrete about their cosmetic treatment choices.
In Honolulu, baby Dysport injections typically use about half the units of a full Dysport injection treatment. This would consist of about 30-35 units of Dysport.
Popular areas for baby Dysport injections are the forehead, between the eyebrows (commonly referred to as the glabella), and in the corners of the eyes where signs of “crow’s feet” are making themselves visible.
Having a skilled injector is the most important aspect to getting your desired baby Dysport treatment. It is recommended that your see a Honolulu plastic surgeon in office, not in a med-spa! Because of Dysport’s attractive ability to spread further and faster than Botox, only the most skilled injectors should inject Dysport.
Your Honolulu plastic surgeon should be so skilled that he/she can significantly reduce the signs of aging, while maintaining some residual muscle movement.
An added benefit to the baby Dysport treatment is that it costs less than a full Dysport treatment. Call the Honolulu office of S. Larry Schlesinger, MD, FACS today to schedule your Dysport consultation.