Dr. Doppelt of Southeastern Dermatology is proud to offer injections, including Dysport, which can help patients improve the way they look. Knoxville residents can use Dysport injections in various areas of the face to smooth away wrinkles, lines, and creases that can make you look older than you feel!
Dysport is made with botulinum type A, similar to Botox. When injected into muscles of the face, it can keep them from contracting, forcing them to relax in a temporary manner. This can help smooth out the appearance of lines, wrinkles, and folds on specific areas of the face in which it is injected. Most patients will use Dysport between the eyebrows, on the forehead, and around the neckline to reduce the appearance of creases and folds. The eyes and the laugh lines around the mouth can also benefit from Dysport.
Knoxville dermatologist, Dr. Doppelt, uses Dysport for patients who are battling the signs of aging and are unhappy with specific areas of the face. Patients who are looking for a non-surgical solution to their lines and wrinkles may enjoy the non-invasive nature of Dysport injections. These individuals are often the best candidates for Dysport injections, as they have the problems that can be addressed with this particular treatment.
Dysport is only recommended for patients that have not had surgical treatments to the face and do not have weak muscles in the area to be treated. Any skin issues or medical conditions should be mentioned to the doctor to determine your eligibility for Dysport injections. Dr. Doppelt of Southeastern Dermatology of Knoxville will want to do a full examination and medical background to make sure that it is safe for patients to undergo this particular cosmetic treatment.
If you want to learn more about Dysport, Botox, or any other injectable offered by cosmetic dermatologists, then call Dr. Doppelt of Southeastern Dermatology today. These procedures can bring back the youthful appearance on your face and boost your overall self-confidence and self-esteem without painful, expensive, or risky plastic surgery procedures.