What’s the Difference Between Dysport and Botox?

When searching for an injectable wrinkle-reduction solution, many patients find themselves choosing between Dysport and Botox. Both products use the same action mechanism in human muscles, allowing muscle tissue and nerve impulses to relax, which leads to fewer visible wrinkles in the face and elsewhere.

But what are the differences between Dysport and Botox? A lot of it comes down to personal preference, but there are a few technical differences to understand before deciding on one treatment over the other.

Dysport Explained

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Although it’s very similar to Botox in makeup and action, Dysport is a bit more diluted, which affects both its dosage levels and the ways in which the product eventually breaks down and loses its effectiveness.

Additionally, Dysport’s slightly different formula and structure make it behave differently once it’s been injected into a patient’s body. Dysport usually diffuses more, which means it spreads out over a broader area and treats wider wrinkles and areas with narrower muscles, such as the forehead. It also, however, means that Dysport is less effective at treating smaller areas or areas with thicker muscle coverage, including the space between eyebrows and the lower half of the face.

Botox Explained

While both Dysport and Botox are forms of botulinum toxin type A, an experienced plastic surgeon like Dr. Franckle can use Botox more precisely and target specific muscle groups and areas of the body. This can, in the long run, mean fewer injections and more precise, effective wrinkle-reduction in specific target areas. As an added bonus, fewer injections mean lower costs.

Botox treatments take only around 10 minutes to complete, are nearly painless for the patient, and provide results that last for up to four months. Dr. Franckle can work with you to create a customized non-surgical facial rejuvenation plan using Botox, as well as combining other popular options like Juvederm.

For more information on non-surgical cosmetic treatments or to schedule a consultation, contact William Franckle, MD, FACS online or call 856-772-6500.

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Meet Dr. William Franckle Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

We know that you have many options when choosing a plastic surgeon. Dr. Franckle and his staff are dedicated to providing you with a caring and professional surgical experience. Time and time again our patients credit Dr. Franckle’s expertise and the kindness of our staff as the reason for choosing our practice. Dr. Franckle is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (ASPS), the only board recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties to certify surgeons in the practice of plastic surgery. Attention to detail, meticulous skill, and an artistic eye make Dr. Franckle an expert in such procedures as rhinoplasty (nose job), breast augmentation (breast implants), abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), facelift, and non-surgical treatments (Botox and injectable fillers).

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⇥ To begin the rhinoplasty procedure, Dr. Franckle will make the internal and external incisions⁠

(..depending on if it is an open or closed rhinoplasty)⁠

⇥ The placement of the incisions will also depend on your unique surgical goals, which will be determined during your consultation⁠

⇥ Once the incisions are made, Dr. Franckle can lift the soft tissues and gain access to the cartilage and nasal bones that create the shape of the nose⁠

⇥ From there, the small cartilages in the top and bridge of the nose can be reshaped, and small cuts in the middle nose bones may also be necessary⁠

⇥ Additional incisions are sometimes made at the outer base of each nostril if there is a desire to alter the nostril size or symmetry⁠

⇥ To complete the procedure, Dr. Franckle will finalize the placement of the underlying tissues and nasal skin and close the incisions. ⁠

Since this is an outpatient procedure, you will be able to return home the SAME day of the surgery! ⁠

Call to schedule a consultation >> @ 856.391.9651⁠

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→ Attention to detail, meticulous skill, and an artistic eye make Dr. Franckle an expert in these procedures:⁠

🤍 Rhinoplasty (nose job)⁠
🤍 Breast augmentation (breast implants)⁠
🤍 Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck)⁠
🤍 Facelift⁠
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🛍 To "shop" Dr. Franckle's work visit our website for a gallery of BEFORE & AFTERS of the procedures listed above. ⁠>> #LINKINBIO⁠

📲 Call us with any questions or to schedule your consultation with Dr. Franckle 📆 @ 856.452.4168⁠


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Rhinoplasty BEFORE & AFTER by @wfrancklemd⁠

To see additional photos of our rhinoplasty patients, visit our website #LINKINBIO or schedule your personal consultation!⁠

Call to schedule a consultation >> @ 856.317.6924⁠

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VIP EXAMPLE PLAN >> Nicole’s REFRESH Plan⁠

⇢ Botox Cosmetic, 30 units, every 4 months⁠
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⚠️ If Nicole wasn’t a REFRESH member, she would pay $1,260 at her first appointment.⁠

MORE INFO: ⁠

1. What exactly is REFRESH?⁠

→ REFRESH is a VIP loyalty program for our patients. REFRESH members receive access to exclusive discounts on treatments and the flexibility of monthly payments.⁠

2. What is the Cost to Join REFRESH?⁠

→There is a $99 annual fee to be a member of REFRESH. Depending on your treatment needs, many of our patients see the cost of membership back in savings within their first injectable treatment.⁠

3. How Do I Join?⁠

→ The first step is scheduling a consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. William Franckle.⁠

Call us to schedule your consultation at: >> 856.619.7516 ⁠

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We will be available by email: info@wfrancklemd.com
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Rhinoplasty can help patients achieve aesthetic goals, but it may also help those who suffer from nasal breathing problems such as sleep apnea. ⁠

Nose surgery may also be right for candidates who have suffered a nasal fracture and require reconstructive surgery to repair the shape and functionality of the nasal passage.⁠

In addition, if you are bothered by any of the following issues, then a nose job surgery may be right for you:⁠

1. A hooked or crooked nose that impacts facial symmetry⁠

2. A nose shape with a rounded, bulbous tip or disproportionately large nostrils⁠

3. An enlarged bump on the bridge of the nose, also known as a dorsal hump⁠

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How Much Time Will I Need to Take Off Work after having a Rhinoplasty Procedure?⁠

→ The first seven days after surgery are the most difficult with pain, swelling, and bruising. Most people working in a sedentary profession find that taking one week of leave is sufficient. ⁠

→ However, anyone wishing to keep the surgery a secret or working in a profession that requires physical activity should take between two and three weeks off. ⁠

Dr. Franckle can provide specific recommendations for you during your pre-operative appointment.⁠

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