Botox virgins and Dysport divas, Brotoxers and Dudesporters – attention San Diego! The Art of Skin MD Dysport flash sale is officially on!
For a limited time, you can save 30% off of Dysport botulinum toxin! Dysport is a quick procedure and I assure to make it as effortless and painless as possible. If you have been thinking about eliminating unwanted facial expression wrinkles for some time, or you are overdue from your last appointment, now is the time to save.
Check out our most recent Dysport patient as she receives treatment to the angry 11s, forehead frown lines, bunny lines, and crow’s feet. She did a great job and is featured on the Dr. Melanie Palm YouTube channel:
Dysport treatment to the glabella to treat furrowed brow:
Dysport Brow lift with lateral eyebrow:
Dysport to nose wrinkles for the treatment of bunny lines:
Dysport for horizontal forehead lines and wrinkles:
Dysport for treatment of crow’s feet around the eyes:
Dysport and Botox injections should be simple, easy procedures but the artistry of using these injectables comes with experienced hands. As a Valeant and Medicis luminary, meaning that I serve as a training and speaking physician as well as thought leader for these brands, patients at Art of Skin MD experience an individualized treatment plan when evaluating the face for neuromodulators such as Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin.
Treatment with chemomodulators such as Botox is not formulaic. Everyone’s musculature and facial expressions are unique, and therefore, so should be his or her treatment plan when it comes to treating wrinkles caused by facial expression. The treatment goal of any botulinum toxin should be relaxation, NOT paralysis. I frequently tell patients that I would prefer treatment to be more conservative, maintaining softened facial expressions and tweaking areas slightly with the first treatment if I err on the side of increased, rather than decreased movement.
Although the angry 11s (between the eyebrows), forehead, and crow’s feet are most commonly treated with Dysport, many other areas on and off the face are improved with muscle relaxation. A browlift can be achieved by placing a small amount of Dysport or Botox to the lateral eyebrow. Migraines can be treated by placing small amounts of neurotoxin to the forehead, temples, and back of the scalp depending on trigger points. Large jawlines caused by over-trained jaw muscles called the masseters can be re-shaped over time with Dysport and Botox.
The lower face and neck can be successfully treated with any of the neuromodulators. A downturned mouth can be brought to a pleasant neutral position by injecting a small amount of chemomodulator to the jawline to treat a muscle called the depressor angularis oris. A pebbly chin sometimes referred to as an orange peel or in French, peau d’orange, can be treated by injecting the mentalis, the chin muscle. I frequently inject minute amounts of Dysport around the mouth to help with vertical lip lines called lipstick lines or smoker’s lines. A small amount of Botox can be placed at the base of the nose to elevate the nasal tip. Patients with neck bands can be improved by injecting the platysma muscle. Small amounts of Botox or Dysport can be placed along the side of the jawline to lift the tissues creating a “Nefrititi lift.”
Other medical conditions can be amenable to Botox and Dysport treatment. Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating of the underarms, palms, and soles is greatly improved with chemomodulator treatment. Patients with Bell’s Palsy in which one side of the face experiences partial muscle paralysis can be balanced by delivering very small amounts of Botox or Dysport to complementary muscle groups on the unaffected side of the face. Facial flushing and redness has even been reported to improve in some patients following microinjections of botulinum toxin.
Enjoy Dysport savings at Art of Skin MD by taking advantage of our Flash Sale offer. This week Dysport injections are being offered at $3/unit. To take advantage of this very limited time offer, contact the Staff at Art of Skin MD at 858.792.7546 or via the web at the Art of Skin MD contact page.