Aesthetic Training for Dentists
Dentists are constantly asked how to improve their patients’ smile. This often requires a combination of Botox® injections and dermal filler injections as a part of their dental services which will enhance the overall profitability of their practice.
The statistics show that Botox treatments are growing at a rate of between 5% to 10% annually, and many dental patients are searching for “Botox dentist” or “Botox dentists” on the internet. Organizations like the International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPAM) are helping dentists meet this unprecedented demand by offering Botox training, dermal filler training, and aesthetic business training.
Botox Training for Dentists
When you look at the most requested minimally-invasive procedures, Botox always tops the list. There are many FDA approved botulinum toxins including Xeomin, Dysport and of course the most popular of all, Botox. If you are going to add aesthetics to your practice, you are going to need to know how to perform Botox® injections. It is important to have a solid basis to get started, so when you are evaluating Botox training programs, make sure they are led by true experts of the skin, and also that hands-on training is included.
Non-Invasive Procedure Aesthetic Training for Dentists
The IAPAM has many different training programs designed for dentists, from the all encompassing Aesthetic Medicine Symposium to Advanced Botox/Filler Training. No matter what your specialty or experience level, you are sure to find an aesthetic training program suitable for you.
Hands-on Botox ® injection training is necessary for any successful practice. Dentists will find the IAPAM’s internationally recognized Botox® certification and aesthetic certification to be of utmost importance to their patients.
Business of Medicine Training for Dentists
The IAPAM’s aesthetic training for dentists also covers the business and marketing aspects of running a profitable and successful practice. Dentists have the opportunity to attend the Aesthetic Practice Start-up Workshop, with the following topics included:
- Practice financing options,
- Assessing your aesthetic patient target demographics,
- Developing a menu of treatments and pricing strategies for your practice,
- Establishing an Aesthetic Practice Protocols for aesthetic medicine staff (editable versions included),
- Creating an effective “Aesthetic Practice Marketing Plan,” including incorporating low-cost internet marketing strategies (e.g. search engine optimized web sites and press releases),
- The latest social media marketing strategies (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and LinkedIn),
- Finding the right location for your practice,
- Aesthetic practice staffing (job descriptions included),
- Federal and State legal and regulatory issues on “who can do what” in cosmetic procedures, and
- How to read Financials.
For more information on the IAPAM Aesthetic Medicine Symposium, please call 1-800-485-5759 or e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download our latest ebook on ” 6 Tips For Adding Aesthetic Medicine to Your Practice.” This ebook will give you a road map to help you navigate through the steps of adding aesthetic medicine procedures to your existing or new practice. You will learn about the most popular aesthetic procedures, how to build your dream team, as well as give you the tools to understand marketing, along with regulatory and insurance issues.
Please note: Botox, Botox Cosmetic and Juvederm are registered trademarks of Allergan Inc. Dysport, Restylane and Perlane are registered trademarks of Galderma, Boletero and Xeomin are trademarks of Merz Pharmaceuticals.