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Are you a physician considering a Botox Training course, dermal fillers or other medical aesthetic procedures? At IAPAM, we have trained over 800 doctors in the latest techniques in non-surgical treatments.

In some industries, new technologies and trends come and go so quickly that the most popular choice changes from week to week. But in the field of Medical Aesthetics, there is one procedure that continues to be the sought-after “look of the moment” – Botox. And so, we continue to specialize in Botox Physician Training.

The IAPAM offers training in:  Botox training, dermal filler traininglaser trainingmicrodermabrasion trainingchemical peel training, weight loss using hormones, and aesthetic business training.


Advantages of Botox – Recovery Time

Botox is currently one of the most popular anti-wrinkle products on the market, worldwide. Botox is faster, safer, easier, cheaper and more accessible than other cosmetic procedures such as a facelift. As Botox is nonsurgical, patients will require a very short recovery time and see obvious improvements such as smoother, firmer and more youthful-looking skin in just a couple of days.

Pay as You Go – Clients Like the Financial Accessibility of Botox

Patients  like the idea that with aesthetic treatments, they can pay as they go. The treatments can typically cost patients between $500 and $2,000 for a visit, rather than perhaps $15,000 for a facelift. Botox lasts about four months, so if a client, for unforeseen financial circumstances, can’t afford to come back, they don’t have to. By contrast, patients are reluctant to run up credit-card debt on a big ticket item like surgery.

Increasingly, many aesthetic patients view their treatments as professional self-preservation rather than as a personal indulgence.

Botox — or, Bro-tox — Increasingly Popular Gift for Men

As noted in a recent ABC news article, Botox is becoming very popular among a segment of the population not traditionally drawn to aesthetic procedures. Last year, more than 300,000 men got Botox, according to figures released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. That is a 10 percent increase from the previous year.

Benefits of Botox Physician Training

Less Regulation and More Independence:
Enjoy the freedom to make decisions about which botulinum toxin and dermal filler products to use as well as preferred techniques and treatments for administering to your patients.

Patient Time:
Sufficient time with Patients. The pace of non-surgical treatments is generally much slower. In other words, the standards of care can be greatly improved through this extended time with each patient.

Financial Benefits:
The remuneration from a successful aesthetic medicine package exceeds that of the traditional system. Botox continues to be a top performer and market share has not diminished.

What is IAPAM’s Goal?

To offer the best Botox Physician Training and Medical Aesthetic Training available, combined with the necessary background theory and marketing support for setting up your own business.

Whether you wish to increase the value of an existing practice or to launch into this field, our Botox Physician Training courses will provide you with a competitive head start.

What Botox Physician Training Techniques do we Use?

  • Lectures
  • Hands-on practical experiences
  • Small group demonstrations
  • Course notes and other supplementary material
  • Guidance on legal and management procedures
  • The most effective marketing techniques for your aesthetic services

In addition, you will have excellent opportunities to network with others with similar interests in the field of cosmetics, creating valuable links for setting up your business.

For more information on the IAPAM Aesthetic Medicine Symposium, please call 1-800-219-5108 x704 or e-mail us at: info @ iapam.com

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