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Subtle Medical Aesthetic Dermal Filler Training

This past spring, celebrity dermatologist Dr Fredric Brandt, known as the Botox Baron, was found deceased in his Miami mansion at the age of 65. Dr Fred Brandt believed in beauty and wanted everyone he touched to experience it for herself.  He wanted to see what the treatments would do for his patients, and he also wanted to maintain himself, so he would experiment with Botox on his own face.  He did Botox on himself twice a year and pioneered the concept of how light touch minimises Botox side effects.  Professionally, Dr Brandt was motivated to pioneer the light touch technique as he frequently saw patients who had bad experiences with other, overzealous doctors.

The demand for subtle medical aesthetic dermal training appears to be a growing trend.  “Subtlety has been the keyword I’ve heard from patients over the past year,” says ASPS President Scot Glasberg, MD. “Minimally invasive procedures typically produce subtle aesthetic results and for many people, that is all they want or need at the time.”

Subtle Medical Aesthetic Dermal Filler Training

Subtle Medical Aesthetic Dermal Filler Training

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, demand has been rising for minimally invasive procedures.  The top 2 cosmetic minimally-invasive procedures in 2014 were Botox (6.7 million procedures up 6 percent from 2013 to 2014), and soft tissue fillers (2.3 million procedures up 3 percent from 2013 to 2014).  The importance of dermal filler training with a focus on how to create subtle medical aesthetic results can greatly affect your bottom line.

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 including how to create the subtle medical aesthetic results your patients desire. Doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals will receive hands-on training with real dermal filler clients. CE/CME 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 filler training, simply call 800-982-6817 or fill out our form on the right.