Are you a medical professional thinking about moving into the field of medical aesthetics? If you are interested in beauty and aesthetics and want more flexibility in your lifestyle, a career in medical aesthetics might just be the change you need in your life. Why not transition into a new field of medicine with good pay and flexibility to boot? There is a significant demand for non-invasive medical aesthetic treatments, so take your piece of the pie and dive into a career as a medical aesthetic injector.
What is a Medical Aesthetic Injector?
A medical aesthetic injector is a trained and licensed professional who specializes in anti-aging and medical aesthetics. Medical aesthetic injectors inject neurotoxins and dermal fillers. While medical aesthetic injectors work in a variety of environments including medical spas, they also work in plastic surgery and dermatology offices. Medical aesthetic injectors are also known to use their entrepreneurial spirit and open up their very own medspa with a medical director.
Career Changers and the Demand for Medical Aesthetic Injectors
According to The Aesthetic Society, the top 4 non-surgical medical aesthetic treatments performed by procedure count are neurotoxin injectables and dermal fillers, laser hair removal, skin treatments using combination lasers, and skin tightening. “Due to the continued ‘Zoom Effect’, facial procedures increased 55% in 2021.”
What is the ‘Zoom Effect’? All around the world, video conferencing has risen in popularity, and with it, non-invasive medical procedures. Because of this, we are all spending more time up close and personal with our faces. With this in mind, we are seeing a need for adjustments or enhancements to look our best. Also, many of us are applying anti-aging products at increasingly younger ages, showing it has no qualifying age group of popularity. For most, enhancing natural beauty or fixing perceived imperfections are what motivate the need for medical aesthetic treatments.
A Booming Market for Medical Aesthetic Injectors
- According to The Aesthetic Society, aesthetic plastic surgery treatments have increased dramatically.
- Interesting to note that specialized facial treatments like facelifts or brow lifts increased by 54% in the past year.
- Brow lift treatments increased by 30% since 2020, according to the Aesthetic Plastic Surgery National Databank.
- In addition, lip enhancement treatments performed increased by 51%.
- Also, procedures such as PRP and PDO threading have increased by 79%.
- As well as that, neurotoxin and dermal filler treatments performed increased by 42%.
- Laser hair removal procedures performed have increased by 69%.
- In addition, skin tightening treatments performed have increased by 100%.
- Skin treatments performed with lasers have increased by 55%.
National Laser Institute, an Industry Leader
If you want to find out more about a career change to medical aesthetics, we invite you to the National Laser Institute. We offer advanced CME courses for medical professionals in search of a career change. National Laser Institute offers courses ranging in length from 2 days up to a two-week program. With this in mind, National Laser Institute’s courses are led by top injectors in both a classroom and a clinical setting. We invite you to dive into your new practice as a medical aesthetic injector and contact National Laser Institute today!
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