Botox and Dysport
History of Neuromodulators
Neuromodulators have been studied and used medically since the 1980s. They are derived from a form of Botulinum toxin and injected into areas of the face and body to obtain a desired result.
Botox cosmetic was the first neuromodulator to be FDA approved to soften facial wrinkles.
Centre for Plastic Surgery uses the 2 most common, Botox Cosmetic and Dysport.
Our philosophy is to have products that offer safe and effective results.
How do Neuromodulators like Botox/Dysport work?
These products are injected with a tiny needle in small doses.
The products block the action between the muscle and nerve for a short period of time when used for facial expression lines. Results may show as soon as 48 hours, but can take 7-14 days to be at full effect. Botox Cosmetic and Dysport last an average of 3-4 months, but some individuals report results lasting longer.
Botox and Dysport injection are short procedures that can even be performed during a quick lunch hour.
Tried Botox for the first time this year. My forehead was smooth and I felt great 😉 Rachel is my voice of reason when I want something that would make me look silly and unnatural. Client for life now!”
– Jill W. Roseville, CA