Medical Name: Dysport®
Also Known As: The wrinkle and line corrector
The upper part of the face, along with the eyes, generally helps gauge a person’s age. This area goes through a lot of movement, and over time, deep and persistent lines and wrinkles can form between the eyebrows, on the forehead and around the eyes (called ‘laugh lines’). These make a person look older or less attractive. These lines and wrinkles can appear due to genetic or geographic factors, and with age, these get worse.
However, there is hope now. Dysport, the injectable, can be injected into the face to help remove these lines and wrinkles giving you a smoother, youthful, and attractive face. Dypsort also helps to relieve migraines. Dysport, also called ‘the wrinkle and line corrector’ is an FDA approved drug that can be used to erase lines and wrinkles that develop in the upper part of the face.
If you live in the Midwest, the only surgeon to see is Dr. Wafik A Hanna, a board certified facial cosmetic surgeon with over 30 years of experience specializing in or Dysport Injections while serving clients in Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana and Michigan. Dr. Wafik Hanna successfully injects Dysport into hundreds of patients every year, and has been well-recognized as a top specialist in this procedure, throughout his distinguished career.
During this procedure, Dr. Hanna will inject Dysport in the concerned area. This will help relax the lines and wrinkles on the face smoothing them out gradually. The injections are given every three months and if given on a regular basis gradually the lines will disappear completely.
With Dysport or the wrinkle and line corrector, you can say goodbye to unwanted lines, wrinkles and creases in your face.
So what are you waiting for? Complete the form below and make an appointment today.
Hanna Facial Cosmetic Surgery, Ltd.
12 Salt Creek Lane
Hinsdale, IL 60521
To Our Patients,
As of April 14, 2003, the Federal Government has mandated that the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) be enforced. The practice has always done our best to keep your health information private. Nothing will change as a result of the Act. In order to comply, we need your permission to share information with pharmacies, confer with specialists, bill your insurance companies, etc. These are things we have always done for you.
Wafik A. Hanna, M.D.