Botox Injection Service In Madison & Milwaukee

Boost your confidence and regain a youthful appearance thanks to Botox injections from Quintessa Aesthetic Center, located in the greater Milwaukee and Madison, WI areas. It's a common, natural-looking way to smooth skin and rejuvenate your appearance without surgery.

Botox injections are safe for patients between 18 and 65 when prescribed and injected properly. Our double-board certified, Dr. Andrew Campbell, highly recommends having a licensed and trained medical professional administer your injections for best results.

Treatment areas include:

  • Around the eyes
  • Forehead
  • Neck
  • Frown lines between the eyes and eyebrows
  • Crow’s feet and worry lines

Plan your procedure

Type of Procedure Nonsurgical
Recover Time A few hours
Procedure Time ½ to 2 hours, depending on treatment area
Recovery Information Out-patient

Enjoy Complimentary Botox with Any Surgical Procedure!

Client Testimonials

"I recently visited the Quintessa location in Delafield for botox on my forehead. It turned out AMAZING! Mallory was so welcoming at the front desk and helped me pick out a great neck cream that I have been using for the past two weeks and love. Kathy did my botox and she was very professional and answered all of my questions. I think I am going to have her do a BBL for me next - would highly recommend!"
- Abigail, Delafield

"I go to Lisa for my Botox and she is A GEM!! I got consultations at so many places for Botox and they try to rip you off if you are not familiar with the process because they are paid on commission. Quintessa employees are not commission based so they are honest and helpful, not just trying to get a paycheck. Another location told me I needed 60 units and Lisa I got 10 and couldn’t be happier with the results. Highly recommend!!!"
- Carole, Mequon

Non-Cosmetic Botox Injections

Botox has also been successful in relieving migraine headaches, excessive sweating, and muscle spasms.

what to expect after botox injections

While Botox injections are likely to last between 3-4 months, and sometimes as long as 6 months in some individuals. We recommend follow-up treatments every 3 to 4 months in order to maintain your new look. Most patients can resume normal activities following treatment as long as the Botox injection is not pushed or directed outside of the location where it was placed.

Common side effects from Botox injections include temporary redness, swelling, and bruising while the substance diffuses into the muscle fibers.

For the absolute best results, you can combine Botox with other services Quintessa offers such as facial fillers and other skin resurfacing treatments.

how much does botox cost?

Botox injection cost is best determined through your consultation. During your consultation, you will learn exactly how much a Botox injection will cost for your unique procedure and roughly how many units will be required for optimal results. At Quintessa, we've reserved a few special perks for our community, like one free new area of treatment during each appointment and generous reward programs.

Botox FAQ's

Does Botox really help with headaches?

Many patients who think they have chronic sinusitis due to significant facial pressure or headaches, oftentimes are really suffering from myofascial pain syndrome or tension-type headaches. And surprisingly, Botox injections can actually improve these kinds of headaches, and in some cases, completely eliminate them. They have also been approved by the FDA to treat chronic migraines. For more information, read our blog

"Can Botox help headaches, migraines, or relieve sinus pressure?"

Does Botox hurt?

The truth is, most patients say the injection feels “like a pinch” and don’t experience complications or pains that prevent them from completing a session or returning for ongoing treatments. Read more on our blog

"Common Botox Facts & Myths."

Do you really need special training or certification to administer Botox?

The manufacturer of Botox will only sell its products to licensed medical professionals. That means if you see someone who’s not a medical provider, you are most likely not going to get the real deal. Counterfeit Botox can be particularly dangerous. Read more on our blog

"Common Botox Facts & Myths."

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