We’re willing to bet that you’ve heard of laser hair reduction treatments, Botox, or even soft tissue fillers. Maybe you’ve even heard of laser tattoo removal. But what do these things have in common? They all fall under the category of medical esthetics. If you have a passion for anti-aging and skincare and aspire to perform these treatments for your own clients, you may meet the requirements to enroll in medical esthetics training.
Is a medical esthetician like an esthetician?
Unlike estheticians, medical estheticians are trained to treat within the epidermal and dermal layers of skin. This means they are able to go deeper and work with cosmetic laser technology, which can include laser hair reduction, laser tattoo removal, laser acne reduction, laser wrinkle reduction, photofacial skin rejuvenation, and much more.
If you are a medical professional (DO, MD, RN, etc.) you may meet the requirements to earn your cosmetic injectable training, which includes services like Botox, dermal fillers (Juvederm, Restylane, etc.) and sclerotherapy.
How do I become a medical esthetician?
You must enroll in a medical esthetic training program. There are many training schools located throughout the country, but National Laser Institute’s comprehensive laser course is capable of providing you with a high quality education. We offer training with the most in-demand cosmetic laser skin treatments. All courses are taught by experts who have been in this field for years. The comprehensive laser course includes hands-on training with scheduled clients so students can get the feel of performing treatments with state-of-the-art technology in order to gain a real world perspective.
How long is your medical esthetics training program?
The comprehensive laser training course is two weeks of classroom and hands-on training. Once you complete this course, you earn your certification and can go out into the market to find the career of your dreams!
If you need assistance with your job search, National Laser Institute offers graduates access to our Graduate Services Department. We provide you with 100-200 each month of job openings, help with your resume, answer any and all questions, and are here for you at any time!
What are medical esthetics training prerequisites?
In many states, you must have your high school diploma or GED prior to enrollment. However, there are some states that require you to have a medical professional background in order to work with cosmetic lasers. To learn about your state’s requirements, you can call 800.982.6817.
What are medical esthetics career opportunities like?
We have seen our graduates go on to work at medical spas, dermatology clinics, doctor’s offices, OB GYN clinics, salons, and even open up their own business. The possibilities are endless.
Medical esthetic training at National Laser Institute
National Laser Institute is dedicated to providing students with outstanding education. In fact, we are recognized as the gold standard of education and have earned many outstanding reviews. We also offer night classes! To learn more about medical esthetic training or National Laser Institute, please call 800.982.6817 or simply fill out the form on your right.
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