Botox Training

The Features of Good Botox Training

If you are interested in offering your patients Botox treatments, you are going to need Botox training. But what makes one Botox training course better than another? Even if you think that Botox treatments seem simple to administer, you should be looking for a number of features evident in a proper Botox training course.

First, you will need to know how to evaluate a potential Botox patient. Not everyone is a perfect match for Botox treatments, and you need to look for the right match. In addition, you need to ask the right questions of your patient to ensure that they have realistic expectations of what Botox will do for them. A Botox training course will cover this. In addition, you will need an understanding of how the face and neck muscles work, and a knowledge of their anatomy. Then, Botox training would continue with learning proper marking techniques, and knowing the areas that you would need to target to fight different types of wrinkles and face lines. Finally, you need to have an understanding of any minor complications or side effects from Botox. While Botox is non-invasive and generally very safe, there can be some reactions that you need to watch for and inform your patient of.

The American Association of Aesthetic Medicine & Surgery can help you receive the proper Botox training that you need to properly administer this treatment to your patients. With our efforts to standardize procedures, you can rest assured that your training will be comprehensive and valuable. Our hands-on courses allow you to get comfortable working with the equipment so that you are well-prepared to handle Botox treatments in your own practice. The AAAMS values proper technique and training, and you can feel confident that you will learn all you need to know to give Botox treatments.

Certification Course for Botulinum Toxin, Dermal Fillers & Chemical Peels

Aesthetics 101 two-day comprehensive course on facial aesthetics with certification for Botulinum Toxin, Dermal Fillers & Chemical Peels conducted by experienced physician instructors. This course is intended for practitioners with minimal to no previous experience performing aesthetic procedures that are looking to acquire the proper knowledge, skills and certification to inject. It is a comprehensive hands-on training course where each attendee gets a real patient to conduct a facial analysis, treatment plan and injectables. AAAMS offers the support, resources and consent forms to help you get started!


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