Picture this: You are a nurse who has been working in medical aesthetics for 6 months and feel comfortable administering Botox and dermal filler injections. As you treat clients, you find yourself wanting to learn more about the industry.
This thirst for knowledge drives your search for advanced injection training.
As the medical aesthetics field grows, so does the demand for cosmetic injectors with advanced training skills.
Advanced Injection Training
National Laser Institute offers an Advanced Botox and Dermal Fillers Course for physicians, nurses and medical professionals who have experience injecting or those who have taken our weekend Botox and Dermal Fillers Course.
During advanced injectables training, attendees will learn:
- A review of the muscles of facial expression.
- The history, safety, side effects and possible contradictions of Botox and dermal fillers.
- The artistic aspect of facial sculpting and using advanced Botox and dermal filler injection techniques.
- The different fillers available to use for facial rejuvenation.
- How to use Botox and dermal fillers to treat cosmetic concerns.
- How to perform a non-surgical brow lift.
- Combining Botox and dermal fillers for maximum results.
Training To Fit Your Learning Goals
We like to keep our advanced injection training courses small and intimate so that instructors are able to spend the necessary time with each attendee and answer any questions they might have. Our instructors have up to 20 years of experience in the field and share their “pearls” of wisdom with attendees.
The Advanced Botox and Dermal Fillers Course expands the uses for Botox and dermal fillers, while showing how these injectables can work together to produce successful results for your clients. The course will cover multiple injection sites, including:
- Lateral brow
- Temporal volumization
- Nose augmentation
- Marionette lines
- Secondary smile lines
- Chin augmentation
- Hand rejuvenation
After the didactic (classroom) portion, attendees will gain experience performing advanced injectable treatments during clinical hands-on training. Attendees will sit down with the model, go over history and consent forms, conduct a skin analysis while understanding what outcome the model would like. The instructor will assist in determining the appropriate type and amount of product and supervise the injections.
To learn more about National Laser Institute’s CE/CME courses or other injectable training courses, please give us a call at 800-982-6817, and one of our admissions advisors will be happy to assist you!