Voluma is a cosmetic dermal filler product by Allergan (the maker of Botox). It is a new anti-aging cosmetic injectable treatment that provides long-lasting results — between 18-24 months. Voluma is capable of giving clients subtle lifts in the cheeks and helps contour the overall look of the face for youthful results.
Plastic surgeons aren’t the only ones who can provide Voluma to clients. Doctors, physicians, and nurses — with proper training — can also administer treatments like Botox, Dysport, Juvederm and Voluma.
So why should you consider injectable training? The American Society of Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) reported that there were over 7 million Botox treatments performed in 2016. Botox is the leading non-surgical cosmetic injectable, with Americans spending more than $2.7 billion on the treatment. Clients enjoy the fast anti-aging results they see with these treatments, and unlike plastic surgery, there is no downtime.
Voluma Training at National Laser Institute
It doesn’t take long to learn how to administer cosmetic injectables! National Laser Institute offers CME/CE courses that provide medical professionals with didactic and hands-on training in our educational setting. These courses can be completed in as little as a weekend or 15 days if you want to learn an extensive array of medical aesthetics treatments.
Medical professionals who want to learn how to administer Voluma and other cosmetic injectables can gain Botox and dermal filler training from National Laser Institute. Each course is led by industry experts who will teach you what you need to know about these popular medical aesthetic treatments. Attendees learn everything from facial aesthetics, injection techniques, tissue and skin interaction, risks and benefits, safety protocols and processes, and more.
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