Approved in 2009 by the FDA, Dysport may work slightly faster and possibly last longer than other neuromodulator products, depending on how a patient’s body reacts. This is because Dysport’s formula uses smaller molecules, which are less likely to be broken down by the body. The longevity of Dysport is a trade-off for lower versatility compared to products like BOTOX. Dysport is primarily used for frown lines, whereas BOTOX can be used in many different locations, and the entire procedure will only take about 15 minutes in most cases.