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America’s most popular cosmetic treatment! BOTOX® Cosmetic in Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, is used to diminish facial wrinkles caused by muscle activity. BOTOX® Cosmetic is safe. It has been used for decades in this country and is FDA-approved.

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“I am three months post-op from my abdominoplasty and I couldn’t be happier with my results. Best decision I ever made! I got my confidence back after having two kids back to back. Everything about the process from consultation through post-operation was very well thought out and organized. Dr. Rocheford is approachable, kind, answered all my questions, and made me comfortable right away during my consultation. Day of my surgery her and her team again made me feel calm and it almost felt like a spa day! Everyone is so friendly, warm, and welcoming. I can’t emphasize enough how highly I recommend Dr. Rocheford and her team. I know I will definitely be going back for anything I may want/need in the future!”

“The results exceeded my expectations. They coached me through the entire process and I’m extremely happy I decided to do the surgery. They are perfectionist. The best. Thank you for the beautiful results.”

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There are so many fads and false promises out there. It’s almost impossible to make a confident decision without trusted advice, and that’s what I’m here for. My goal is to help you understand what is right for you – based on your unique situation.

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Botox Treatment

The Minneapolis-St. Paul BOTOX treatment is a very quick outpatient procedure that can be done in as little as 15 minutes. When you arrive for your appointment, the treatment area will be thoroughly cleansed before the BOTOC is injected. Injections are made using a fine gauge needle and feel like a quick pinch.  To ensure you are comfortable during the procedure a topical numbing cream can be applied at your request.

Botox Results

The results will not be visible until 2 – 7 days following treatment. The effects last approximately 3 – 5 months and treatments are usually repeated when your muscle activity returns. Immediately following treatment, you will be asked to abstain from engaging in any strenuous activity. You will also be advised not to lie on the treatment area for at least 4 hours. This is to prevent product migration and ensure you receive the results you desire. Signs of facial aging begin in the thirties. Common areas include the forehead, frown lines, and crow’s feet. These areas can all be treated with either BOTOX or Dysport. These medicines will stop the muscles from creating those wrinkles. The goal is to minimize lines and shadows on the face and restore smooth skin, not overdo things.  

Schedule a Consultation

If you are interested in the anti-aging benefits of BOTOX injections and would like to learn more about the treatment and whether or not you are a candidate, schedule a consultation with Dr. Rocheford. To get in touch, fill out our online contact form today.

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Botox FAQS

How many units of Botox do I need?

The amount of Botox units you will need largely depends on the area being treated and the severity of your skin concerns. In general, most people will need around 20-25 units of Botox. During a consultation, we will better be able to estimate the amount you will need.

Is Botox FDA-approved?

Yes, Botox is FDA-approved for the treatment of frown lines, forehead lines, and crow’s feet. Botox can also be used to treat health conditions like TMJ, hyperhidrosis, and muscle spasms.

Can I get more Botox after 2 weeks?

No, having multiple Botox injections in a row can alter the results of the initial treatment. It is not recommended to have multiple Botox treatments so close together as this can lead to complications. The next time you can get Botox will be at around 3 months when the initial injections have started to wear off.

Who shouldn’t get Botox?

Botox is not recommended for people who are pregnant or nursing. If you have an allergy to botulinum toxins, you are also not a candidate for Botox. Lastly, anyone with an active skin infection such as eczema or psoriasis should not get Botox.

Patient Resources

Whether a new or returning patient, we have plenty of resources to either help you get started or learn more about the procedure process. From patient forms to blogs, we have all the resources you’ll need to prepare yourself for your appointment.

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