Botox Training for Nurses

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nurse giving botoxIf you’re a registered nurse you could likely add a new skill to your list; botox administration. Of course, you will need to take the appropriate training courses to become certified in order to possess this new skill. The market has been increasing for the Botox industry and you can learn exactly what it is, how it is used, how it works and all about how to identify adverse reactions and side effects, to properly manage them.

Dentox’s approved training course will teach you how to assess the patient and understand their expectations; you would be surprised at some patients’ expectations and how unreasonable they are in reality. You will be educated in administering Botox injections with hands-on training so you’re more comfortable using the necessary equipment.

Designed for Nurses & Health Care Professionals

The course was designed with people like you in mind, and also other health care professionals who could benefit from adding Botox injections to their practice. You will have the option of choosing from one of several workshops scheduled among a variety of locations, including online courses that are available almost every weekend.

When you take the Dentox workshop you’ll leave the course knowing all about Botox and how to start using all the information you learned at once. Should you attend a workshop you can expect to endure comprehensive lectures during the morning hours and after lunch you will receive hands-on practice. They provide real-live patients to practice on, but also give you the option of bringing your own guest to practice on if that makes you more comfortable.

Botox, Dysport and Xeomin

While you will learn all about Botox and Type A compounds during this training course, you will also learn about (and how to administer) newer products like Xeomin and Dysport. Learning about all of the options will help you determine which might be most suited for your practice and the goals you have in mind.

Certificate of Completion

Once you’ve successfully completed the training course and have proven you know how to administer the injections appropriately, you’ll receive a certificate of completion; framing optional.  This certificate is beneficial for both you and your patients.

Source: http://dentox.com/botox-edu-news/botox-training-nurses/

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