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Safety of Botox

When performed by a medical professional expert who has completed Botox training, the safety of Botox is relatively safe. Botox (onabotulinumtoxinA) used for cosmetic purposes temporarily prevents targeted facial muscles from contracting, which forces them to relax. When facial muscles are relaxed, they soften the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Clients enjoy the youthful results that Botox brings, but many are highly concerned with the safety of Botox.

Botox cosmetic was approved by the FDA back in 2002 for cosmetic uses. It was first approved by the FDA in 2002 for medical uses. Today, Botox can medically treat many health concerns like migraines, bladder control, muscle twitching, and more. It is important that, whether cosmetic or not, Botox is administered professionally and correctly.

The safety of Botox is highly important to medical professionals who learn to inject Botox. Because Botox does come with minor side effects, medical professionals should practice safety techniques to the highest levels when treating clients.

National Laser Institute takes the safety of Botox very seriously, which is why Botox safety is included in our Botox training course. This Botox course is for medical professionals only. Our expert instructors have been in the medical esthetic field for years and teach you how to properly practice the protocols and processes involved in Botox administration.

Botox Training with National Laser Institute

National Laser Institute is the leading medical esthetics school in the nation and has been providing educational excellence for over a decade. Our Botox training courses include hands-on training with real clients in a medical spa environment. Medical professionals will be able to thoroughly practice Botox injection techniques in this clinical setting, supervised by our leading instructors.

This Botox training course not only includes the safety of Botox, but also facial aesthetics, skin and tissue interactions, client selection and consultation, injectable history, treatment techniques, and much more. In as little as a weekend, medical professionals can gain thorough education and earn Botox certification from National Laser Institute. Upon course completion, medical professionals can also gain CME or CE credit.

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