Dysport® in Manhattan, NYC
Similar to Botox®, Dysport® is an effective treatment to help reduce wrinkles – particularly between and around the brow area as well as frown lines around the jaw. Dysport® injections in Manhattan are performed by board-certified Manhattan plastic surgeon and general surgeon Richard W. Swift, Jr., M.D., F.A.C.S.
What Is Dysport®?
Dysport® is an injectable neurotoxin treatment that softens the look of a furrowed brow, as well as creases and wrinkles around the face. It is also used to treat hyperhidrosis (excessive underarm sweating), as well as MMH (Masseter Muscle Hypertrophy), a condition that creates a square, masculine-looking jaw.
Benefits of Dysport®
Dysport® can be quickly injected into the muscle areas where treatment is needed most. People who have Dysport® report feeling the following benefits:
Smoother, softer and younger-looking skin
Improved skin texture and less of an angry/sad look around the brow
Better self-esteem and self-image
Dysport® Before and After
We invite you to browse our extensive catalog of cosmetic treatments to see the types of results Dr. Swift has obtained for his patients. Keep in mind that each individual is different and that you’ll learn more about the outcome you can expect from your specific surgery or treatment at your consultation with Dr. Swift.
Preparing for Dysport®
The Dysport® procedure itself takes only about 10-20 minutes and can be done during your lunch break. It can take up to 24 hours for the treated muscles to relax, which in turn helps minimize the appearance of fine lines or wrinkles. This happens gradually, and you likely won’t even notice it. Don’t be surprised if you suddenly get people complimenting you on your younger-looking skin!
Because Dysport® requires no surgery, there is no downtime. You may return to work right away and continue your normal activities. You should not rub or massage the treated area to prevent the treatment from spreading.
Is Dysport® Right for Me?
If you are concerned about the look of a furrowed brow, fine lines, or frown lines, you may be an ideal candidate for Dysport®. Dr. Swift can evaluate your candidacy for Dysport® treatment, so contact our Manhattan office today to learn about Dysport® treatment in New York City.
How Much Does Dysport® Cost?
Costs for your Dysport® treatment will vary depending on the number of treatments needed to achieve your desired result. Most insurance plans do not cover plastic surgery or specific cosmetic treatments. Dr. Swift accepts payment via cash, check, or credit card, as well as Alphaeon Healthcare Lending as a financing option.
Why Choose Dr. Swift?
Board-certified plastic surgeon Richard W. Swift, Jr., M.D., F.A.C.S. provides a variety of cosmetic surgeries and treatments to help improve and enhance your natural beauty. A graduate of Yale and Brown University, Dr. Swift has earned prestigious awards for his vast medical expertise and experience. In addition to offering a wide range of cosmetic surgery options, Dr. Swift can also provide detailed consultations on surgical techniques, alternative treatments, and pre-and post-operative care. Throughout the process, his number one goal is to deliver personalized, high-quality, one-on-one care to ensure your complete comfort and satisfaction.
What to Expect During Your Consultation?
Dr. Swift will carefully examine the treatment areas and formulate a plan that will help you get the best possible results using Dysport®. He will discuss treatment options as well as take the time to answer all your questions and address any concerns you may have. Above all, Dr. Swift highly values patient communication and will do everything possible to earn your trust and maximize your comfort and satisfaction.
Enjoy more vibrant, younger-looking skin – in just 10-20 minutes! Dysport® can help restore and refresh your skin, giving you a more youthful appearance with zero downtime. Contact our Manhattan, NYC office today to schedule your consultation.
Before & After Photos
See for yourself what Dysport® can do—these images show actual results of patients treated with Dysport at maximum frown.