We offer the most comprehensive Botox courses for doctors, dentists and nurses. Proper training in complete facial aesthetics is the key to developing the skill to perform this exciting treatment for patients.
There is a very short learning curve because most healthcare professionals are already well trained in facial injections.
What you need to learn is competency in understanding the mechanisms of these materials, reviewing the facial expression muscles, indications, risks and benefits of these treatments, hands on medical aesthetics training in placing these materials, and preventing and managing complications.
With a little guidance and practice, you can be well on your way to perform these facial aesthetic procedures. We focus on areas of facial aesthetics, focusing particularly on wrinkle treatments.
This course will also enlighten the participants on how to build a practice and capitalize on the enormous BOTOX. Attendees will receive a course manual consisting of marketing tools and the necessary supporting forms such as history, consent, and policy procedure.
This training course is designed for medical professionals who want to understand the basics of Botox. (Botulinum Toxin type A). It also includes hands on training with scheduled clients and is packed with valuable and in-depth information, as well as everything you need to know in order to start providing treatments on your own.
Botox has remained the number one non-surgical cosmetic procedure and continues to grow in popularity even in a bad economy. Patients wish to retain their youthful appearance and are deferring more invasive procedures. The course study will go over the most popular injections for Botox, and specifically, include the protocols and dosing presentations (Glabellar region, Frontalis forehead) area; Lateral Rhytids (crow’s feet); Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating/ascellae); other specialty injections, i.e. eyebrow shaping, bunny lines, lips, sad smile).
This workshop is not a demonstration-only course. Attendees will be required to administer Botox on live patients in order to receive their certificate of completion. There are different neurotoxin options that are available in the market. Patients will have their preference on which botulinum toxin they prefer, so it is important for you to fully understand the differences between all of the available toxins, including dilution, spread, and how long they last. Our training program includes all of these key facts.