Cosmetic Injectables Training for Doctors & Nurses
What are Dermal Fillers? What is Botox?
A dermal filler is a minimally invasive injectable treatment, designed to soften creases, remove wrinkles, plump thin lips and otherwise improve the appearance, and thus confidence, of patients. Dermal fillers are often helpful for patients who want to combat early signs of aging, or when utilized with other treatments as an overall makeover / rejuvenation.
Botox, while providing similar results to dermal fillers, works in a different manner. Dermal fillers fill trouble areas with collagen, while Botox reduces the activity of muscles that cause wrinkles.
How Our Botox & Dermal Filler Training Classes Work
Sylvia hosts monthly training classes for doctors and other licensed medical professionals who want to learn Botox and dermal filler procedures. In addition, private, customizable training is available on-site for offices that want to get the whole staff in on the action, while enjoying the convenience of having Sylvia come directly to your facility. The training session begins with a discussion about the processes and how they can benefit all patients. Then, a hands-on session allows each student the chance to try the procedure on a real person. This is the best way to make sure doctors, nurses and others understand the process and know what to expect every step of the way.
Sylvia is experienced with a variety of minimally-invasive cosmetic treatments, having worked in the field as well as in the classroom. She provides firsthand experience and years of knowledge. This ensures that you and your staff receive the most comprehensive training possible.
As part of our botox training program, we review what botox is and who it will best benefit. Then, we offer extensive training to show exactly what to expect during a standard botox procedure and how to anticipate and react to the unexpected. Learn more about our Botox training.
Restylane is a brand of injectable fillers that are made with non-animal formulated hyaluronic acid. These fillers, when properly administered, are most commonly used for lip enhancement, but can also be a good choice for filling small lines in the face and neck. Learn more about our Restylane training.
An increasingly popular type of hyaluronic acid facial filler, Juvederm can be used for moderate facial lines and wrinkles. Juvederm, when it is administered to the high standards we teach, offers up to one year of results for many patients. Learn more about our Juvederm training.