If you’re planning to undergo an injectable treatment with a hyaluronic-acid filler such as Juvederm, and it’s within your budget, you may want to consider asking your doctor about including Botox or Dysport in the procedure.
Studies have shown that filler results may last longer when used in tandem with Botox. Many doctors believe that by reducing muscle contractions, Botox and Dysport help slow the breakdown of the filler due to less movement in the area.
Keep in mind, Botox and Dysport are not appropriate for all areas of the face, so the benefits of this kind of pairing are most commonly seen around the eyes, between the brows, and in the area surrounding the lips.
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