Botulinum Toxin, more commonly known as Botox, has become an increasingly popular muscle relaxant to combat fine lines and wrinkles. At MATA Courses, our core objectives are to give all of our delegates a second to none knowledge of how Botox treatments work and how they should be administered safely.
The majority of the theory part of this course will be done online through our comprehensive learning resource portal prior to attending, as at MATA we feel that demonstrations by highly experienced practitioners and our hands-on approach to learning is key. Unlike many other Botox courses on the market, ours has the option of a cadaveric dissection on fresh frozen material to gain experience before moving on to live models. As well as learning facial anatomy and injection techniques, our Botox course is a great way to network and get to know fellow professionals in the industry, whilst also learning about the different brands of products available to you- including the latest advances.
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Upon completing your Botox course you will receive a certificate which is recognised by all of the main insurance bodies.
- Facial Anatomy
- Optional dissection and injectable practice on cadavers
- Different types/brands of Botulinum Toxin
- Medical history, consent forms and note taking
- Patient assessment
- Frown lines
- Forehead lines
- Crow’s feet
- Brow lifting
- Achieving a natural result with Botox
- Pre-treatment and post-treatment care
- Possible complications and how to avoid/deal with them
- Practical training on models
Who Should Attend
- Hyperhidrosis (excess sweating)
- Definition of the chin/jaw (bruxism)
- How to correct a downward turned smile
- Brow lift
- Reduce a gummy smile
- Smoker’s lines around the mouth
- Nefertiti lift
Who Should Attend?
The Advanced Level Botox course at MATA is for those healthcare professionals who have completed the Foundation level in Botox training with us or have the equivalent experience, and those already practicing Botox treatments with the desire to learn new techniques.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Business Prospects for Doctors, Dentists and Nurse Prescribers following Botox Training
As a Dentist, once trained you can perform Botox and dermal filler treatments yourself and offer these as additional services to your Dental practice. Lip fillers and fillers to other areas around the mouth such as marionette lines or nasolabial folds go hand in hand with cosmetic dentistry and your patients may choose to undergo these as part of a ‘perfect smile’ package.
As a Doctor or Nurse Prescriber, you may be wishing to start your career in medical aesthetics and set up your own aesthetics clinic which will offer these treatments, or it may be that you want to expand the range of non-invasive treatments that your existing clinic offers. Non-surgical procedures will attract patients who may not otherwise visit your clinic, and as anti-wrinkle treatment like Botox and Fillers require the patient to upkeep maintenance treatments- it’s the perfect way to increase patient retention.
Botox Training in Harley Street, Marylebone London
90 Harley Street is England’s oldest private dental practice and was once the home of the legendary Florence Nightingale so at MATA Courses we are privileged to hold our Botox and Dermal Filler training days here for delegates from the UK and overseas.
MATA’s Harley Street location is easily accessible and just a short walk from Oxford Circus underground tube station, as well as Regent’s Park and Great Portland Street tubes and Marylebone overground railway station. For our international delegates, there are good transport links to all of London’s main airports.
Although catering and refreshments are provided for all of our courses, you may wish to go for a meal after your Botox training day. You’ll be pleased to know that the Oxford Circus and Marylebone areas around Harley Street are full of restaurants with cuisines from around the world so you will be spoilt for choice.