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Old 10-26-2009, 11:38 PM   #1
 
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Default What is the difference between Dysport and Botox?

So there's this new Botox competitor known as Dysport that is out not but I actually haven't read much up on it yet. But my question is what are the differences between the two? Is it price? Is one more effective than the other?

I know Botox is so effective so unless this one is cheaper I don't see why there would be a demand for it since there's already one that works great.

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Old 10-27-2009, 10:39 AM   #2
 
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I found this link where docs are discussing the difference:

Dysport vs. Botox - What's the difference?

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I like Juvederm because it's thicker and seems to last longer but that's just my opinion.

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Juvederm has more research and history to support its benefits, but that does not necessarily mean we have to disregard the newer kid on the block completely. Time will tell ...

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True. Botox or Dysport, I haven't taken the plunge yet. I am worried about where else that botulism toxin ends up since it goes through your blood- the brain? I'm sure I will get it someday but as long as I can avoid to do so I will.

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Dysport as more effective at reducing crow's feet lines, while smiling and around the eyes, than Botox.

Dysport is better as compare to Botox

Dysport takes effect in 24-48h and Botox - 4-7 days.
Dysport last 4 months, compare to 3 months for Botox.
Dysport is cheaper compare to botox.

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