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BOTOX®, Dysport®, Dermal Filler and Laser Training for Nurses & Physicians

National Laser Institute is a nationally recognized, leading provider of medical aesthetic education. Our accredited courses provide continuing education to physicians, physician assistants, nurses and nurse practitioners. Our reputable dermatologist and cosmetic surgeons instructors lead the courses and are assisted by some of the most talented nurses and technicians in the field. Our faculty has unmatched experience in medical aesthetics.Learn the skills, techniques and tools to add cosmetic procedures and an additional revenue stream to your career. Whether you are seeking to enhance an existing practice, start a new practice or do cosmetic procedures part time this class is for you. Reduce your dependence on insurance companies and learn how to market medical aesthetics.In a small class setting, our physicians and expert trainers will provide hands on instruction covering the leading medical aesthetic procedures and technologies. Participants are trained in BOTOX® and Dysport®, Dermal Fillers, Laser, Intense Pulsed Light, and many other medical aesthetic modalities.To learn more about our courses, click the links below:

Why Is National Laser Institute The Leading Medical Aesthetics Training Company In The U.S.?
  • Classes Lead By Dermatologists, Cosmetic Surgeons and Leading Industry Physicians
  • Train On Multiple, Industry Leading Technologies
  • Luxury, Retail Medical Spa Training Center
  • Medical Advisory Board With Over 100 Years Of Combined Experience
  • Business Development/ Marketing Seminars
  • Featured In The Top National Health and Beauty Publications

botoxNational Laser Institute – Continuing Education Credits

Continuing nursing education activities (CE credits) have been submitted to the Arizona Nurses Association for approval to award contact hours. The Arizona Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

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Continuing medical education activities (CME credits) have been reviewed and are acceptable for up to 66 prescribed credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians.