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BOTOX®


Botox Cosmetic has been FDA approved for cosmetic wrinkle correction since 2002. The gold standard for injections to smooth wrinkles and lines on the face, it has grown in popularity by men and women alike to freshen and restore a more youthful appearance. Botox gives a natural softness to furrowed brows, creases in the forehead, lines around the eyes and lips as well as benefits to reduce underarm sweating and relax tense jaw muscles that create TMJ symptoms when injected correctly.

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THE RESULT

Achieve smoother looking skin, reduced appearance of wrinkles and increase confidence with BOTOX® treatments every 3 to 4 months. Ness Plastic Surgery administers only brand name BOTOX® so you can rest assured you are getting the best product. Our Plymouth, MN location offers BOTOX® appointments with Paula Aman, PA-C.

 

HOW IT WORKS

BOTOX® is a safe and popular prescription medicine that is injected into muscles and inhibits the movement of your muscles that cause the lines and wrinkles in your face. Because the process is non-surgical, there’s no recovery time. BOTOX® is a safe and effective treatment when administered by a trained, medical professional, like Paula Aman PA-C at Ness Plastic Surgery in Plymouth.

 

WHO IT’S FOR

Men and women ages 18 to 65 can benefit from BOTOX®, particularly those who feel they have moderate to severe glabellar lines (vertical wrinkles that form between the eyebrows), crow’s feet, lines of the forehead and even lip lines ‘lipstick lines’. Whether you desire a small or more dramatic correction, the benefits of BOTOX® are appropriate for men and women of many ages.

 

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FAQs

What is Botox?

BOTOX® is a natural purified protein produced by Clostridium Botulinum bacterium. BOTOX® has been tested since the 1970’s and is FDA approved for cosmetic applications of the glabellar region (the area around and in between the eyebrows).

 

How long does BOTOX last?

BOTOX® can last anywhere from 4-6 months, but does vary from person to person, depending how fast their body breaks down the medication.

 

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