Botox and Dermal Filler Training Courses in West Delhi

As cosmetic surgeons and dermatologists, we’re often asked about Botox and Dermal Filler treatments, their efficacy as individual cosmetic procedures, the difference between the two cosmetic facial treatments (if at all they are different) and of course, Botox and Dermal Filler training courses.

Not only the general public, even aspiring facial aestheticians have few misconceptions regarding the 2 seemingly similar cosmetic procedures.

Firstly, both Botox and Dermal Filler are effective procedures that eliminate the various signs of aging. Both of them are injected and do not involve surgery. And this is where the similarities end.

Let’s talk about Botox first.
Botox (professionally referred to as Botulinum Toxin Type A), which is a natural protein which temporarily relaxes facial muscles, thus preventing fine lines and wrinkles. Basically, Botox contains purified bacteria that freezes muscles.

As stated above, its foremost task is to prevent fines lines and wrinkles that are caused by facial movements and expressions, but it’s also widely used to treat muscle dystonias and hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).

Now a few lines about Dermal Fillers.
Dermal Fillers, also known as Face Fillers are basically injections that stimulate collagen production. They contain ingredients that provide fullness to facial areas that have been affected by natural aging. The primary ingredient involved is Hyaluronic Acid which smoothens and lifts our skin’s folds and add volume to it.

The Hyaluronic Acid aids in collagen production and thus helps in eliminating the signs of aging caused by collagen depletion.

Knowing the difference between Botox and Dermal Fillers is the key, both for the patients and for cosmetic surgeons and dermatologists.

As mentioned at the start, today, even the professionals lack the desired knowledge when it comes to modern facial aesthetic treatments. Dental Courses in Delhi is a premier dental and cosmetic training institute in West Delhi that has been successfully imparting the necessary dental and cosmetic training to students for years.

A fine dental and cosmetic courses clinic in Delhi, Dr. Bhutani Dental Courses offer Botox Courses and Dermal Filler Courses that are exclusively designed for medical professionals who seek to understand the basics of Botox and Dermal Fillers and want to include it in their practice. With hands-on training, our course is packed with valuable insights and all the in-depth knowledge that would take their practice up by a mile. Get in touch to know the batch details, timings, and course costs.

Learn about Dental Implants at Dr. Bhutani Dental Courses

Dental Implant is the contemporary technique of substituting missing teeth. It is a titanium post that is surgically mounted into the jawbone beneath the gum line where the substitute tooth is placed. In other words, implant is basically a support device for the permanent or removable substitute tooth. The dental implant surgery is generally performed by sedating the patient with anesthesia at the area of the tooth that has to be replaced.

The overall process is not trouble inducing and relatively comfortable to go through. While some vibration can be felt around the jaw bone where the implant has to be done, it can be endured. And since no cut is left open during the implant, the post-surgical pain is almost negligible. On average an implant needs three to four months of time to perfectly get attached with the bone. However the time taken for healing completely depends on the density of the bone. Once the wound gets completely healed, the surgeon or the dentist fixes a crown on the implant that functions exactly like a normal tooth.

The aforementioned procedure was one-way process of dental implant. The other process is a two-way method of fixing the tooth. The procedure stays the same till the implant is left open for healing. However, under this technique, the difference is that the crown is fixed atop the implant when there is even short healing or sometimes just right after the implant. Dental Implants have a towering success rate i.e. the surgeries are for the most part, rendered successfully. Although, it’s important to consult a good dentist considering before the implant procedure, adequate examination needs to be such as analyzing the bone density, acute observation of the affected area, etc.

At ‘Dr. Bhutani Dental Courses’, you are provided with high quality service as well as the option to undergo training to learn how to execute the surgery in the most comprehensive manner. Dr. Bhutani is an Implantologist himself along with being an oral consultant and MaxillofacialProsthodontist. So if you are residing in the National Capital Territory and are aspiring to learn and practice the process of dental Implant, make sure to choose the right clinic.

Becoming A Prosthodontist – What to Expect – II

Educational Track

The educational tracks are different in India compared to dental studies in USA or UK. In India, one must complete his/her masters or post-graduation in Prosthodontics. But for MDS, one must complete BDS.

BDS is a 5-year program: 4 years of studying and 1-year compulsory internship. One has to be eligible for entrance test as per the directives were given by the Dental Council of India (DCI). After that, the candidate needs to qualify an entrance examination conducted by state universities, private universities or The All India Pre-Medical/Dental Entrance Examination.

Following this would be the selection procedure.

MDS is a 3-year post-graduate program. There are many private, state & government-run institutions that offer the course like AIIMS and RGUHS. The standard requirements for selection are as follows:

  1. Students would be admitted based on competitive exams conducted by state/central/private institutions.
  2. For admission into a specific college, the candidate must possess a BDS degree issued by the university and recognized by the DCI.
  3. If not, then the candidate shall secure the prior approval of his/her qualifications by the DCI prior to admission.
  4. The candidate should have the certificate of internship.

After completing MDS in the field, the given certificate regards him/her as a Prosthodontist.

Job Prospects

Prosthodontists could find jobs easily as there is a huge demand of this profession. They earn a healthy salary according to the stats given by IDA & DCI. Sufficiency can’t be counted as it depends on the individual’s needs. A less experienced dentist would earn somewhere between 4-6 lakh per annum. An experienced Prosthodontist would earn a bit higher as various remunerations like rents & bills might be allowed. But pay rates always vary according to experience and sector.