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Why Cosmetic Dentistry and Botox are a Good Match

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Botox TreatmentYou may have noticed, in your busy practice, that more and more patients are choosing to have cosmetic work done on their teeth. Have you considered offering an extended facial aesthetic service to these patients? On our Botox Courses for dentists you will learn all you need to know to start providing Botox treatments and dermal fillers. As a well-established technique, Botox injections carefully introduce a minute quantity of the Botox anaesthetic to relax small muscles just under the skin, thereby releasing the tensions that cause fine lines and wrinkles. This can help to counteract the effects of stress, diet and ageing and present a more youthful appearance, so augmenting your dental work.

Maximise your growth potential

By participating in our course you will have the opportunity to expand your practice into an exciting, lucrative field with exceptional possibilities to benefit from your position as a facial healthcare provider. At the Botox Training Club we make every effort to equip you to carry out successful treatments, as well as helping you with the associated paperwork to help you get started and offering support in promotion, marketing and the training of staff. With this service you can anticipate seeing a speedy return on your investment on the conclusion of the training.

Experience pays dividends

Dr. Harry Singh, the creator of the Botox Training centre, has been a dentist for more than 20 years. Having treated more than 3,000 patients, Dr. Singh is highly experienced in the field of facial aesthetics and can help you to identify your potential market and guide you how to best integrate your new skills into your current practice. Realising the time constraints of a busy workplace, our Botox courses can be arranged to take place on Saturdays, thus minimising the disturbance of schedules. For optimal student/teacher interaction, workshops are restricted to a maximum of 5 participants who are invited to bring along a staff member to observe the procedures and at least one model per participant is provided to allow for hands on experience by all delegates.

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