Improve Your Services to Clients and Your Practice Turnover by Attending Botox Training Courses

Botox Training CourseBotox training courses for dentists, nurses, or doctors can both increase practice turnover and add a valuable new string to individual clinicians’ bows. The demand for facial aesthetics procedures such as dermal fillers and Botox continue to increase in popularity, and many patients like to receive treatment from a medical professional with whom they already have an established relationship.

Facial aesthetics treatments can be the perfect complement to cosmetic dentistry, thus offering Botox and dermal fillers at your dental practice will enable your patients to have all of their treatment under one roof, from a clinician whom they know and trust.

The Botox Training Club offers Botox training courses for dentists, as well as for other qualified medical professionals. Courses contain 6.5 hours of verifiable continuing professional development, and take place in small groups with a maximum of five delegates. They can be arranged to take place at weekends to minimise time out of work.

To take part in one of these courses, you must be a dentist registered with the GDC, a nurse registered with the NMC, or a doctor, surgeon, or specialist registered with the GMC. You will also be encouraged to bring along a team member free of charge as an observer, so that they can provide accurate information about treatments to existing and new patients.

You will be able to offer facial aesthetics treatments on successful completion of your Botox workshop, once you have set up a pharmacy account and indemnity cover. All the appropriate paperwork will be provided for both of these requirements before you attend the course, so that you can start offering Botox treatment to patients as soon as possible.

Training is provided by Dr Harry Singh, himself a dentist who has moved exclusively into the facial aesthetics sphere, as well as providing training to other dentists so that they can follow his example, if they so wish.

Feedback received on these courses is extremely positive, and can be seen on the course website. Indeed, the only complaint, from one participant, was: “no cake at teatime!”