Dysport: A New Wrinkle On Botox

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Dysport, the “new kid on the block” antiwrinkle serum, is giving Botox a run for its money and patients and physicians alike are breathing a sigh of relief that the Botox monopoly is finally over. With similar advantages and price competition between the two products, cosmetic patients are poised to win whether they choose Dysport or stay with its rival, Botox.

By using cosmetic dermal fillers and Dysport, our patients get the look they've always wanted without surgery

Southwest Skin & Cancer Institute is delighted to announce the availability of the new FDA-approved Botox alternative, Dysport. Dr. Robin Fleck of Southwest Skin & Cancer Institute, the leading dermatology clinic in Prescott, Arizona specializes in a host of nonsurgical cosmetic skin procedures such as Botox, Radiesse, Restylane, Active FX laser resurfacing, laser hair removal and endovenous laser treatment of varicose veins and spider veins.

“By using cosmetic dermal fillers and Dysport, our patients get the look they’ve always wanted without surgery,” comments Dr. Fleck. “Eyelid surgery and face lifts are becoming passé since these surgical procedures merely reposition the skin but do not provide the full cheeks and wrinkle-free skin our cosmetic patients desire.”

To achieve these non-surgical goals, Dr. Robin Fleck draws from her extensive skills and the use of the most effective technology and science. Because image and well being is very important, she is very selective about the skin care products that she offers.

For example, Dysport has some unique benefits including a rapid onset of one to two days which makes it ideal for that last minute occasion. With Dysport there is no downtime which means you can go about your activities within minutes after treatment. Until the end of November, at just $4 a unit along with a manufacturer’s rebate of $150, there is no better time than right now before the holiday season to discover the benefits Dysport has to offer you.

Dr. Fleck and her professional staff are dedicated to empowering all of their clients to look and feel their best. They believe that healthy skin is a key component to vitality and a rewarding outlook on life, and therefore they focus on each client as an individual and ensure that a unique skin care regimen is customized specifically for them.

“Patients get a chance to turn back the clock and look younger through antiaging procedures without having to consult a cosmetic surgeon,” says Betsy McKaig, RN, who joined the staff at Southwest Skin and Cancer Institute in August. “As you age, you begin to lose collagen which leads to dark circles under the eyes and a tired appearance. With a ten minute office procedure called the liquid facelift, patients look refreshed and five years younger.”

The liquid facelift is an outpatient corrective treatment which utilizes a combination of cosmetic fillers and Botox or Dysport to provide the youthful fullness to which we all aspire. In just minutes, patients achieve a dramatic, yet subtle, rejuvenated look.

Southwest Skin and Cancer Institute provides excellence in skin care, cosmetic dermatology (Botox and injectable fillers including Restylane, Juvederm and Radiesse), facial rejuvenation and laser surgery in addition to focusing on the treatment of acne, rosacea, cysts, eczema, skin cancer and melanoma.

Robin Fleck, M.D. is a double-board certified dermatologist and internist, recognized by the American Board of Dermatology and the American Board of Internal Medicine. She is the founder and Medical Director of Southwest Skin & Cancer Institute http://www.rejuvadoc.com/ in Prescott, Arizona and is a fellow of the American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery and the American Academy of Dermatology. Dr. Fleck is also the founder of Vein Specialties http://www.prescottvein.com/ and Body Oasis Laser Cosmetic Solutions http://www.bodyoasislaser.com/ in Prescott, Arizona.

For more information regarding our services please contact Jessica Peters at 928-778-0808.

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