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    Current and future botulinum toxins





    Strategic Patient Use

    The best uses for each of the three botulinum toxins vary, based on a clinician’s familiarity with a particular product and his or her level of comfort in addressing specific aesthetic defects, according to Dr. Schlessinger. That said, he believes Botox, Xeomin and Dysport can be roughly categorized as best used within specific patient age groups, with Botox as the most versatile, Dysport for younger patients who may want more activity, and Xeomin for the older population who need a narrower field of action.

    “However, many clinicians tend to use simply one product, based on cost or based on their relationship with the manufacturer or savings opportunities for the patient,” Dr. Schlessinger says.


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