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September 9th, 2015
Administering BOTOX® is an interesting segment of medicine to study. There are no existing limits as to which health practitioners are qualified to become a BOTOX® injector. Physicians, nurses, and even dentists are qualified candidates to administer BOTOX® injections. If you are a medical practitioner who hasn’t branched into medical aesthetics, here are a few things you should know:
The administration of BOTOX® takes a short amount of time. Most treatments are completed within minutes to an hour. A professional medical practitioner may treat several clients in a day.
BOTOX® is not covered by health insurance, hence it is financially rewarding. Tending to several clients in a day will financially benefit you as a medical practitioner. Due to recent changes in the pension system for medical professionals, learning a new skill will help greatly towards a proper pension fund.
There is a huge market for BOTOX® treatment. It is considered one of the few most trusted non-surgical cosmetic procedures. People are keen to avoid the risks of invasive plastic surgery and the high cost associated with surgical cosmetic procedures. According to research, the clients willing to undergo the procedure are increasing in number and getting younger.
Attaining BOTOX® certification takes very little time. The training is very hands-on, and medical professionals undergo detailed lectures throughout the course. The training also allows for practical lessons for administering BOTOX® under strict instructor supervision. Once you decide to take up aesthetic training, a foundation course in BOTOX® and dermal filler Training is the perfect place to start.
Aesthetic Mentor is a recognized training institution that offers high-quality training for administering BOTOX® and dermal fillers, as well as other services. Contact us today to book a consultation in Waltham and learn more.
Boston, MA (Main Office) Hartford, CT
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Courses at our Hartford location are only available to medical professionals with a valid Connecticut license or nurses with a temporary Connecticut permit.
Courses at our Boston location are ONLY available to healthcare professionals with valid Massachusetts licensure.
Courses offered off-location that often include special trainings.
Not Licensed in Connecticut or Massachusetts?
Our administrative staff are ready and able to facilitate active providers in obtaining the licensing required to participate in our courses. Anyone with a current licence in another U.S. state is eligible to apply. Once you have acquired your temporary license, you will be able to attend courses at our Connecticut location. Applications are easily submitted electronically through the state website and can take up to 15 days to process. Contact our staff today if you would like any additional information.
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