Today, patients are not just turning to dentists for health reasons, but also for many cosmetic dental procedures. Patients are wanting to look and feel younger, therefore dentists are in search of reputable aesthetic medicine training, to fully meet patient needs and grow their practice. Through a combination of Botox® injections and dermal fillers, dentists are not only improving their patients’ smiles but are also able to significantly enhance the overall profitability of their practice. Aesthetic training for dentists, which includes Botox® training courses, is a key part of any successful aesthetic dental practice.
According to statistics, dental Botox treatments are growing at a fast rate of 5% to 10% annually, and many dental patients in addition to cosmetic dentistry are searching for “Botox dentist” or “Botox dentists” on the internet. Also, according to the American Bureau of Labour Statistics, the employment of dentists will grow 18 % from 2014 to 2024 as the demand for cosmetic dental services is on the rise.
To help dentists effectively manage this growing trend and grow their practice, organizations like the International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPAM) are offering Botox training courses, dermal filler training, and aesthetic business training.
Botox Training for Dentists is the First Step
Botox is a “must have” in every dental practice if you want to be able to treat a wide variety of oral conditions as well as offer many cosmetic and therapeutic benefits. Botox has the advantage of being the most minimally invasive of procedures requested, making it very desirable and the first choice of many. There are many FDA approved botulinum toxins including Xeomin, Dysport and Jeuveau, however, Botox is most popular. If you are going to add aesthetic dentistry to your practice, your first step is to attain solid knowledge of these procedures by knowing how to perform Botox® injections and obtaining a Botox certification for dentists. To be sure that you are receiving the best quality training, you want to choose Botox courses that are led by industry experts and ensure that hands-on experience is included. Learn more about Allergan Botox training today!
The IAPAM offers comprehensive, hands-on, physician-led Botox Training courses through its Aesthetic Medicine Symposium. Take advantage of this growing trend and successfully capture a portion of this opportunity. Botox in dentistry is a natural progression. To showcase the financial potential that aesthetic dentistry has, Catherine Maley, a frequent contributor to the IAPAM and author of Your Aesthetic Practice (www.YourAestheticPractice.com) comments that a dentist sees “on average 8 dental patients per day. Pareto’s Law of 80/20 rule says that 20% will convert to aesthetics if asked.
Even though Botox is considered to be the first choice of many, it is not the most profitable aesthetic procedure. If you want to successfully grow your practice and increase your profitability, you want to provide your patients with not only Botox treatments but also other complimentary aesthetic procedures such as dermal filler injections. The IAPAM provides various aesthetic training for dentists that help dental practices become successful in, not only Botox procedures, but also all other procedures in cosmetic dentistry.
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 Secrets to a Successful Practice 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, press releases, and PPC),
- 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.
Non-Invasive Aesthetic Training for Dentists
The IAPAM offers many different training programs that are designed for practices, no matter your specialty or experience level! Choose from many different training courses designed for dentists, from the all-encompassing Aesthetic Medicine Symposium to Advanced Botox/Filler Training hands-on training.
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. Click here to learn more about how to become Botox certified.
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.