Last week, when Kylie Jenner admitted to receiving dermal filler lip injections, we predicted that her bold move could possibly start a dermal filler trend. Well, it’s officially happened. In the 24 hours that Kylie came clean about her lips, some clinics have reported as much as a 70% increase in queries about dermal filler lip injections.
Dermal fillers are a nonsurgical cosmetic injectable that are injected into lips, cheeks, and other areas lacking volume for a fuller, plumper result. In Kylie’s case, she enhanced her lips. Other cases use dermal fillers to define cheekbones and contour certain aspects of the face. Dermal fillers are also able to help reduce certain types of scarring.
With more people interested in dermal fillers, now is the time for medical professionals to capitalize on training. Yes, you must be a doctor, nurse or other medical professional in order to receive dermal filler training. It takes just under an hour to provide this service. According to the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the average dermal filler treatment (including Juvederm Ultra, Ultra Plus, Voluma, Perlane, Restylane, Belotero) will cost a client $592. And because dermal fillers were named as one of the safest nonsurgical treatments, you don’t have to worry about providing a risky service.
Dermal Filler Training
National Laser Institute provides dermal filler training for medical professionals in as little as a weekend. This course is taught by leading medical aesthetic experts in the field and includes safety, advanced knowledge and the latest injection techniques. Doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals will receive hands-on training with real dermal filler clients. CME/CE credits are awarded upon course completion.
National Laser Institute is the leading medical aesthetics school in the nation. If you’d like to learn more about our courses or dermal fillers training, call 800-982-6817 or fill out our form on the right.