Juvederm is a cosmetic dermal filler used to add collagen to lacking areas of skin, which can include lips, cheeks, or deep wrinkles. In the United States, dermal fillers are one of the most in-demand nonsurgical cosmetic treatments. Last year there were over 1 million dermal fillers treatments performed in the US alone.
Doctors, physicians, nurses, and other medical professionals can perform Juvederm treatments on clients if they’ve received the proper training. Surprisingly, Juvederm training typically takes a weekend to complete. Cosmetic injectable courses are very thorough about covering client safety and proper injection technique and protocols. This also includes CME or CE credits.
Although estheticians and cosmetologists are apart of the skincare and anti-aging world, they do not meet requirements to perform cosmetic injectables (unless, however, they have a medical license). In many states, plastic surgeons, dermatologists, physicians, doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals are eligible to perform Juvederm and other injectables, like Botox.
Juvederm Training at National Laser Institute
National Laser Institute is the leading medical esthetic school in the nation, offering medical professionals a weekend cosmetic injectable training course that includes hands-on Juvederm training. This course is led by expert medical professionals who have been in this industry for years. This course includes hands-on training with Botox, Dysport, and dermal fillers like Juvederm. Attendees will learn proper safety protocols, facial esthetics, skin and tissue interaction, types of injectables, client safety and consultations, risks and benefits, injection techniques, and much more.
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