Dysport Guilford

Dysport: an Alternative to Botox

In addition to Botox, the original botulinum toxin, we now have two other FDA-approved neurotoxins: Dysport and Xeomin. All botulinum toxins work the same way—by inactivating motor nerve endings where they interface with muscle cells. Inactivated nerve endings are unable to transmit the signal to the muscle that stimulates muscle contraction; thus, the muscle becomes [...]

By |2019-01-21T00:52:53-05:00May 31st, 2017|BOTOX, The Langdon Center|0 Comments
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