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Dys­port® and Xeomin® Treatments
Your Alternative to Botox and Mus­cle Relaxant

Dys­port® and Xeomin®, like Botox, is a form of botulinum toxin injected into the skin to temporarily relax the muscles. It's FDA-approved.

Dys­port® and Xeomin® are pre­scrip­tion medicines.

Dys­port® and Xeomin® are sup­ported by over a decade of clin­i­cal expe­ri­ence world­wide and were the first prod­ucts of its type to be approved for med­ical use in New Zealand.

Reg­istred Indications:

Masseter (May reduce teeth grinding)

Exces­sive sweat­ing (includ­ing hands)

Gummy smile

Frown Lines

Eyes: Crow’s feet

How do Dys­port® and Xeomin® work?

Dys­port® and Xeomin® are nat­ural puri­fied pro­teins that relaxes muscles.

Dys­port® and Xeomin® do not affect the abil­ity to feel sen­sa­tion and untreated mus­cles will be able to move usual, allow­ing nor­mal facial expression.




Neu­ro­mus­cu­lar diseases

Aller­gies, hyper­sen­si­tiv­ity to any of the active ingredients

On amino­gly­co­side antibi­otics (bladder/kidney)

Infec­tion at injec­tion site

Autoimmune conditions

Dys­port® and Xeomin® are pre­scrip­tion med­i­cines con­tain­ing Clostrid­ium bot­u­linum Type A toxin com­plex for injec­tion. It should be admin­is­tered only by trained med­ical pro­fes­sion­als. Cau­tions: peo­ple with defec­tive neuro-muscular trans­mis­sion dis­or­ders, infec­tion at site of injec­tion, glau­coma, preg­nancy and lac­ta­tion. Pos­si­ble side effects include headaches, pain, burn­ing or red­ness at injec­tion site, local mus­cle weak­ness includ­ing droop­ing eye lids, lack of feel­ing or nau­sea. Talk to your spe­cial­ist about the benefits/risks of this procedure.

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