Increasing numbers of general and cosmetic dentists are branching out by adding Botox to their list of treatments. If you are looking to add it to yours, then the Botox Training Club is the place for your Botox workshop for dentists.
Botox is one of several non-surgical procedures used to mitigate the signs of ageing, including unwanted folds, lines and wrinkles. Botox is the brand name for Botulinum A type toxin. It works by blocking the nerve impulses that tell muscles to contract. Injected into the area around a facial wrinkle, such as the frown lines between the eyes, over a few days it gradually relaxes and smoothes out the muscle and therefore the wrinkle as well. This is temporary treatment that wears off after three or four months.
Until recently most people sought out a beautician to administer Botox, but increasingly the general public is turning to medical professionals, such as dentists, to administer these treatments. This is because people already trust the professional ethics of the medically-trained, and they also realise that dentists have been through years of in-depth training in the anatomy of the face, head and neck. Going for treatment with a dentist who has spent so many years learning how the skin, nerves, tendons and muscles all interact pays off in a more natural-looking result.
More and more dentists are coming to Botox workshops for dentists because they see how a whole new skill set can boost both footfall and revenue at their practices.
Botox Training Club runs Botox workshops for dentists so that they can add such treatments to their practice. Courses at the Botox Training Club are run by renowned practitioner Dr Harry Singh.
A dentist himself, Dr Singh has treated more than 3,000 patients with facial aesthetics in his 13-year career. He loves sharing his knowledge so that other dentists can learn his blueprint for successfully offering facial aesthetics within a dental practice.
The courses come with 6.5 hours of verifiable continual professional development (CPD) included in your course, and you can bring along another staff member to learn more about facial aesthetics, so that they talk knowledgably about these treatments to prospective patients. This could be a dental nurse or treatment co-ordinator.