Dysport cosmetic injectables

Enhance Your Appearance And Improve Your Oral Health With Dysport Cosmetic Injectables From PacificWest Dental Group

When it comes to wrinkles and fine lines on different parts of the face, Dysport cosmetic injectables are one of the safest and most efficient methods. Frown lines and forehead wrinkles occur naturally throughout the aging process. Luckily, the team at PacificWest Dental Group offers a solution to these conditions in Dysport cosmetic injectables. Let the team at PacificWest Dental Group help you look and feel better about yourself today.

What Are Dysport Cosmetic Injectables?

Dysport is a cosmetic injectable that treats moderate to severe glabella lines. These lines appear when you frown or squint. The entire procedure happens at one of PacificWest’s offices. Your doctor will give you a mild anesthetic to prevent you from feeling pain during this process. The treatment involves injecting 0.05 millilitres into five areas around your eyebrows and forehead.

What Conditions Do Dysport Cosmetic Injectables Treat?

These cosmetic injections treat various conditions. From fine lines and wrinkles to their dental benefits, the use of cosmetic injectables is a clinically proven way to improve your appearance and mouth functions. Here is more information about how people benefit from these treatments. 


Lowers the strength of chewing muscles

When the jaw muscles strengthen too much, they can cause clenching. Cosmetic injections can prevent these forces from further damaging your teeth. 

Reduces the strength of clenching muscles

Because Dysport cosmetic injectables relax the facial muscles, they can reduce teeth clenching, which is often the culprit behind tension headaches.

Minimize forehead wrinkles

When the muscles contract, it can cause wrinkles to appear as you age. The minimally-invasive effects of relaxing the facial muscles reduce forehead lines.

Decreases appearance of frown lines

Dysport treats frown lines that appear between the eyebrows. By reducing repeated movement and muscle contractions, it can quickly eliminate frown lines.

Smooth out wrinkles and crow's feet

Wrinkles and crow’s feet arise from losing collagen and elastin in the skin as we age. A cosmetic injection reduces these effects on the face, creating a more youthful appearance.

The treatment area is mainly around the glabellar area. However, these injectables can also reduce problems such as jaw clenching and teeth grinding. Call PacificWest Dental Group to minimize symptoms and look your best today.

Frequently Asked Questions About
Dysport Cosmetic Injectables

Those who are looking to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines on their face are good candidates for Dysport. It's used to treat frown lines between the eyebrows, forehead wrinkles and crow's feet around the eyes.

Like other cosmetic injections, Dysport's effects are temporary. The effects last for three to four months. However, the duration may vary depending on the patient and the area treated.

Dysport and Botox are two brands of cosmetic injectables. The biggest difference is the ingredients and treatment areas. Dysport spreads quicker than Botox does and treats larger areas such as the forehead. In contrast, Botox works better for smaller issues like crow's feet around the eyes.

Dysport can cause a few minor possible side effects. Patients may experience minor pain at the injection site, swelling close to the eyelids, rash, irritation, and headaches following treatments. The side effects resolve themselves after a few days.

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We encourage a friendly atmosphere at our Vancouver and Surrey office, and welcome all our patients into the PacificWest Dental family. We understand our patients are trusting us with their smile, and we appreciate that trust. We believe in being transparent with our patients about the process, and we make sure they are comfortable every step of the way. We are happy to offer the latest technology in the industry and multidisciplinary care to treat our patients in the best possible way.

We are pleased to have Dr. Wang, Dr. Lee, Dr. Cheng, and Dr. Chiang overseeing the orthodontic treatment of our patients. Each of our orthodontists is Certified Specialists in Orthodontics. Learn more about our orthodontists here.

The teams at both of our locations provide equal quality care, and we want you to choose the location that is most convenient for you.


Having crooked teeth or a misaligned bite can affect more than how your smile looks. Severely crowded dentition is more difficult to clean, and may result in higher risk of cavities and gum disease. Other common malocclusion such as crossbite and deepbite can cause uneven wear to the teeth and extra stress to the jaw joint. Check out our Orthodontics page for more information.

An orthodontist is a dentist who has so much passion and love in the art of moving teeth, they spend 2-3 more years in specialty school to learn the knowledge and skill in orthodontics. Additionally, they need to pass the rigorous national board examination (The Royal College of Dentists of Canada, National Dental Specialty Examination) in order to become a certified specialist in Canada. Finally, because a certified orthodontist usually will limit his or her practice to orthodontics only, they have much more experience in diagnosing malocclusion and providing treatments than a family dentist.

Whether a case can be treated by a family dentist depends on the complexity of the malocclusion and the experience and training of the family dentist. Many family dentists have great interest in orthodontics and will take courses to obtain knowledge and experience in providing braces treatment. In fact, the orthodontists at PacificWest Dental have hosted many study clubs to help our family dentist colleagues learn about orthodontics.

You should ask your family dentist what kind of training he or she has in orthodontics, if he or she treated cases like yours before, and does he or she have photos of the case that he has completed to show you. We will be more than happy to provide you with a second opinion if you have any questions about your teeth!

Orthodontic treatment is suitable for people of all ages, whether young or old. Starting from the age of 7, we recommend taking your child to visit us so that we can monitor his or her teeth and jaw growth, and keep an eye out for potential problems. Learn more about our approach here.

Braces work by gently pulling and pushing the teeth to guide them into alignment. The real working horse in this process is the wire. Think of your teeth as a set of trains; braces are the wheels on the train, and the wire is the rail. It is the wire that guides the teeth where to go.

But how does the physical force from the wire actually make teeth move? Teeth are suspended in the bone by a collection of ligaments. When teeth are under pressure, these ligaments are squashed, and they release signals to call for cells (osteoclast) to come to remove the bone surround them (so they could become unsquashed).  After the teeth have moved into new position, another type of cell (osteoblast) will come to build new bones around the teeth to secure it in the new position. And this is how braces work to move your teeth!

At the initial consultation, we want to understand your needs and provide you with treatment options. In order to do this, we will need your medical and dental history, and any questions you may have!

This is the million dollar question! The cost of braces is based on several factors like the complexity of your case, how long treatment will take and which type of appliances you choose (metal braces, clear braces, Invisalign® or lingual braces). And because each patient receives a different treatment plan customized to his or her need, the cost will also be different.

Rest assured that during the consultation with Dr. Wang and Dr. Lee, financial figures will be discussed in depth. At PacificWest Dental Group, we work together with our patients to ensure treatment is affordable and payment options are flexible. We offer interest-free financing and accept cash, cheque, Visa, MasterCard, and debit.

Insurance plan coverage varies greatly, so we recommend asking your provider what your coverage includes. We will provide you the total cost of your treatment before your first appointment so you can determine your cost after your insurance coverage.

We do not direct bill to your insurance provider, but provide you with receipts and invoices so you can successfully process your claims.

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Where To Find Us?

Pacific West Dental’s Surrey clinic is located at 7388 137 St #3, near the Newton neighborhood of Surrey. The clinic is situated just off 72 Avenue and is easily accessible by car or public transit.

If you are taking public transit to the clinic, you can take the 319 bus towards Scott Road Station and get off at 72 Avenue and 138 Street. The clinic is just a short walk east on 72 Avenue from the bus stop.

If you are driving to the clinic, you can take the King George Boulevard exit from Highway 10 and head east on 72 Avenue. Turn left onto 138 Street and then take the first left onto 73 Avenue. Turn left onto 137 Street, and the clinic will be on your left-hand side.

Nearby landmarks to Pacific West Dental’s Surrey location include Newton Athletic Park, Sullivan Heights Secondary School, and the Hazelnut Meadows Community Park.

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