Question : What are some of the risks associated with getting either Botox or Dysport?
Answer : There should be no risk of anything permanent as long as you do not have any sort of neurologic problem that give muscle weakness. If you are allergic to milk, you should not get Dysport. Milk-related products are used to help store the product in the bottle. Headache is rare but the most common side affect. It is usually gone in a day or so. The worst side effect is weakness of the upper eyelids that makes them droop and/or likewise to the brows. It is temporary and rare, but can last 8 weeks. This is called ptosis and is likely from the injected product moving lower than where it was placed.