This is probably one of the most common questions we get asked.
Medical aesthetics is a multi-billion-dollar industry that’s expected to see continued growth. One of the reasons many physicians, nurses and medical professionals seek training at a medical aesthetics school is to add an additional revenue stream to their practice.
Treatments like Botox are relatively quick as they can be completed in just a short office visit or during a lunch break. But overall, medical aesthetic treatments are cash-based procedures, meaning insurance will not cover the treatments.
How Much Revenue Can I Expect?
Earlier this year, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) published the national average for some of the most in-demand minimally invasive procedures. We took those averages and calculated the potential revenue after one hour.
|TREATMENT||DURATION||AVERAGE COST||POTENTIAL REVENUE
IN 1 HOUR
|Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)||30 mins||$433||$866|
|Laser Hair Removal||30 mins||$306||$612|
|Botulinum Type A
(Botox, Dysport, etc.)
(Juvederm, Restylane, etc.)
|Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)||30 mins||$650||$1,300|
*Prices may vary depending on the state you live in.
Medical Aesthetics Training
Our courses are led by some of the industry’s leading nurses, cosmetic laser techs and skincare specialists with 5-20 years of experience in the medical aesthetics field. We want you only learning from the best!
Each course is divided into didactic and clinical hands-on training to give you the ultimate learning experience! In the classroom, you will learn things like treatment overviews, tissue interaction and patient care.
Clinical hands-on training is done in a luxury medical spa environment, complete with multiple treatment rooms and professional medical spa staff. You will watch comprehensive demonstrations no more than just a foot away from the training bed and have the opportunity to perform these treatments on scheduled clients. Your instructor will be by your side to answer any questions you might have.