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Continuing Medical Education

Depending on the state, medical professionals need to meet a continuing medical education (CME) requirement in order to keep their medical license. The hours of CME courses may vary from state to state. CME courses help medical professionals keep up with the advances in the medical industry through different types of learning experiences.

Medical esthetics is an area of cosmetic medicine that medical professionals may choose to study for CME credit. Medical esthetics includes training with cosmetic injectables (Botox, Dysport, Juvederm, Voluma, Sclerotherapy) and cosmetic lasers (laser hair removal, laser tattoo removal, IPL photofacial skin rejuvenation). Medical esthetics is a nonsurgical cosmetic option for clients seeking anti-aging treatments.

The medical esthetics field is currently a ten billion dollar industry. Plastic surgeons and board-certified dermatologists aren’t the only medical professionals who can offer medical esthetics services. Medical professionals such as doctors, physicians, nurses, physician assistants, and others can earn continuing medical education credits by attending a laser training or injectable training course.

Continuing Medical Education at National Laser Institute

Medical professionals can choose from a variety of continuing medical education courses at National Laser Institute. Our weekend course highlights a focus in cosmetic injectables (Botox training, dermal filler training, sclerotherapy training) where you will become certified to perform these in-demand treatments. This also includes a thorough focus on safety processes and protocols as well as hands-on training with real clients in a medical spa environment.

We also offer a comprehensive medical professional continuing medical education course. This includes both cosmetic injectable and laser training–laser hair removal, radiofrequency skin tightening, IPL photofacial skin rejuvenation, and much more. This hands-on course includes thorough information on the Fitzpatrick scale, facial esthetics, skin and tissue interaction, laser safety and equipment, cosmetic injectable safety and protocols, client selection and consultation processes, and much more.

All courses at National Laser Institute are led by industry experts who have been in the medical esthetic field for many years. We have been providing medical esthetic training for over a decade, training thousands of medical professionals across the globe.

See what our medical professionals think of National Laser Institute by watching our short video below!

Learn more about continuing medical education courses or National Laser Institute by filling out the form on your right or by calling 800.982.6817.