You want to increase your clientele, but your resources are limited, your time especially so. Adding new services in order to acquire new patients usually involves a significant investment in equipment and training. We understand and we want to help. This year, according to Google, more than 246,000 searches are done for information on Botox every month. Botox typically isn’t covered by insurance, so individuals seeking Botox Injections have the disposable income to pay for it. No anti-aging treatment offers results as quickly or as long lasting as Botox. This is why Botox is the most widely sought after anti-aging treatment in the United States.
Our Botox training doesn’t stop at teaching you how to administer Botox injection, we also teach you how to explain the benefits of treatment to your prospective patient and how to turn your patients into huge fans that will recommend you to everyone they know.New injectable products are being approved all the time, and injectable products are consistently being approved for new uses. This is why is it so important to make certain you find a course that teaches the most current FDA approved as well as off-label treatments for both aesthetic and therapeutic uses and how they should be used with dermal fillers. Many Botox injection training courses will get you qualified, but our course will offer you added credibility. Course director Dr. Howard Katz is named on the patents for all current Botulinum toxin products. The course is offered online, but on successful completion, you will receive a certificate of completion from Dr. Katz himself.
You’re probably wondering how in the world you can learn to administer Botox injection over the internet. Prior to the course, you will receive a kit that includes a foam head along with all of the needles and syringes needed. Throughout the course, the instructor will demonstrate each treatment, showing the placement, angle and depth from multiple angles. You will inject the foam head in the same manner and submit photos of each. We will assess the location, angle, depth and dose of each and either verify the accuracy of your technique or coach you on how to improve. Once you have correctly demonstrated accurate technique for all treatments, we will send your certificate.
During the course, you will watch the class in high definition from a computer, tablet or smartphone and you’ll be able to talk to the instructor just as you would if you were right there in the classroom. You don’t have to be a computer expert to attend. If you can send an email or surf the internet, you’ll have no trouble. When you sign up, you’ll receive an email with a link to the class. As you watch the class, type any questions you may have into the chat box. Use the camera on your computer, or any other digital camera to take pictures of your technique and upload them.
Maybe you’re still skeptical. One notable advantage to taking a course online is that you still have access to all of the recorded lectures and other course material anytime, day or night. Missed something? Still not quite clear on something? Just got lost at some point and don’t feel as comfortable as you’d like with the procedure? Not a problem. Go back and rewatch the class as much as you want whenever you want. Of course, there’s also the fact that you don’t have travel costs or time away from the office and online Botox injection training becomes rather attractive.
Need more reasons to consider our Botox Injection Training course?
- You can ask questions of Dr. Katz after the class is over, or consult with him on treatment plans for specific patients. Send photos of the patient and he will respond within 24 hours.
- If you live near San Diego or plan on visiting you may attend semi-private hands on classes anytime, for free.
- Get a discount on any of our live patient Dentox programs.
- Receive priority access to all new courses and webinars.
- Receive AGD continuing education credit. Many Botox injection training courses do not offer this.
This course is intended for doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals. State laws vary as to what specific professions are allowed to administer Botox. Be sure you will be eligible to administer Botox before signing up. Along with online Botox injection training, we also offer local in-person classes. If you have taken the online course, the cost will be deducted from the live class. We also offer private consultation in our office.
When you sign up for Botox injection training, you’ll not only receive the foam head, syringes and needles, you’ll also receive detailed information on pricing on all of the various Botox products and alternative products such as Juvederm and Restylane and when these products are preferable to Botox. You’ll also receive information on how to earn the kind of loyalty from your clients that has them raving about you. It’s our goal that you not only gain proficiency with with products, but that you are also able to develop a loyal following. You will also receive manuals, a list of resources and sample forms.
Treatment with Botox takes only a few minutes and requires no recovery time, many patients stop in for it over their lunch hour. Results are apparent in three to ten days and last three to four months, longer with repeated use. Botox injection is safe and carries few side effects, which are typically mild and temporary.
Our goal is to provide comprehensive training that you can easily integrate seamlessly into your existing practice. By the time you finish the course, you will know:
- The history of Botox as well as how to prepare it and how it works
- When to use Botox and when to use dermal fillers
- Indications and contraindications of Botox
- Facial anatomy and physiology, particularly in terms of aesthetics
- Differences between the various products and how to use them in various circumstances
- Different types of dermal fillers
- Proper techniques for every use of Botox
- How to conduct patient consultations
Course participants gain both extensive knowledge of aesthetic practice, and continued education credit.
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When it comes to medicine, so much of what we have to do runs on instinct. We have to listen to our gut so often because it almost always leads us to the correct answer, even if we can only prove it through medical treatment much later on. However, that can sometimes lead to decisions that are just wrong, and that is never more true when it comes to choosing a needle for an injection.
Most of us would go for the very thinnest needle when we are about to give a patient an injection, and to our gut instincts that makes perfect sense; the thinner the needle, the easier it will be to push through the patient’s skin, the blunter the needle, the more painful it will be for the patient. However, if you do decide to use a 32G needle, the absolute thinnest, that does not necessarily mean that it is going to be the sharpest.
The bevel that is at the end of the needle is what decides how sharp or how blunt a needle is, and that does not really have anything to do with how thin or wide it is. A 32G needle may be very thin, but any other needle could be sharper, and therefore going to be much better to use with your patient. In fact, in some cases you can find that the bevel of a 32G needle is not only blunt, but completely bent over making it completely impossible for you to use it to inject a patient without a good deal of pain and discomfort for them.
That is why you should avoid the absolute thinnest needles, even though your gut may tell you that it is the best choice – instead, focus on the sharpness of the needle instead.
One of the biggest problems within medicine today – and one of the biggest expenditures that those within the industry often have to deal with – is the cost of medicines and solutions, because it is all too easy to ruin them and make it impossible to use them, creating a cost that simply does not need to be there. This is never more true than when working with Botox and its different chemical make ups, because before it is possible to inject the Botox solution it needs to be mixed with another agent, usually a form of saline. However, many people make the categorical error of shaking the vial with the two mixtures inside as a way to mix them.
It is easy to see why people feel compelled to do this; after all, it is important that the solution mixes will with the crystals to ensure a uniform approach within the vial itself, so that it can be properly injected by needle. The trouble is that the Botox molecules are incredibly fragile and this shaking is just going to be too violent for them, causing them to disrupt, burst, and ultimately be destroyed. This then makes the Botox completely useless, which is a rather expensive mistake to make.
So that is the wrong way to mix Botox and saline, and a brilliant way to ruin a Botox vial. So what is the correct way? Actually, it is not really necessary for you to do anything to ensure that the two elements mix together well, because of the vacuum in the vial. The vacuum will pull the Botox and the saline together and mix them well so that you do not have to do anything to them in order to ensure their precise mixing. Any violent movements will just ruin the Botox, and that is just not necessary.
Even those who actually work within the medical industry, whether as a doctor, a nurse, a dentist, or any other sort of health professional, will often admit to hating injections – and that’s receiving them, not giving them! It’s no wonder that many people fear receiving injections because most of the time it can be very painful, from the initial sharp scratch that we feel when the needle goes in, to the slight bleeding that we often experience once the injection has been given, right through to the aching feel that is common for hours, and for some people, days after. So what can medical practitioners do to change this, and give their patients pain free injections?
One aspect of injection giving that is often ignored by doctors and others that give injections is the precise features of the needle itself. It is important to think about the angle of the injection of course, but if the needle itself is not right, then the injection will be sore no matter what angle it is placed into the body – although this is the part that most people focus on.
Almost everyone is aware that the smaller the needle the easier it will be to insert into the body, but often people disregard the sharpness of the bevel, which is the very end of the needle itself. The blunter the point at the end of the bevel, the more painful it will be for the patient, so you should always ensure that you are only using the most pointed and sharpest bevelled needles for your patients.
This small difference will make a huge difference to the experience of your patients, and is well worth focusing on to ensure that they are happy and comfortable with the injection experience.
No medical professional wants to give an injection to a patient that will be painful – it is not in their nature to harm a patient, and they want their patient to be able to trust them completely, something that is a little harder if they have just received pain from your hands. That is why so many health professionals strive to ensure that they always reduce the amount of pain and/or discomfort that their patients feel when they give them an injection.
The key to giving injections that are painless is to first understand exactly what it is about injections that make them difficult in the first place. By understanding that, it is possible to remove or reduce those elements, and therefore give patients a much more pleasant experience of receiving an injection. The main problem with injecting Botox to patients is that the manufacturers advise that it is first mixed with saline, and this mixture will have a pH of around about 4. This means that the mixture has become very acidic, and this causes the scratch and sharp feeling of pain that patients experience when the needle breaks the skin.
If you are injecting Botox and you want your patients to have a much more pain-free experience, then you can choose not to mix it with saline as the manufacturers suggest, but to instead mix it with bacteria static saline, a very different mixture altogether. This creates a solution that has a pH of around 6, almost neutral so that your patient does not have to endure an acidic injection, making the whole experience of receiving an injection much more pleasant and easy to undergo. Very few people realise that this small change within their medical practice could make a huge difference to their patients.
One of the most important aspects of Botox injections is ensuring that the patient does not experience any pain from the injection that you give them. This is a lot easier to say than to do, especially as every single patient is different, with different reactions to injections, different sensitivity, and a different approach and psychological relationship with needles.
The skin that lies across our bodies is actually relatively thin, even though it consists of many hundreds of layers. Underneath these multiple layers of skin are the muscles, those ingenious things that enable us to move – and are very sensitive, with millions of nerves running through them in order to be able to move effectively and efficiently. Underneath all of them is the bone.
Now of course, a Botox injection should never be reaching so deep as the bone, but for a good practitioner, the needle should not be getting anywhere the bone at all. That is why, depending on the thickness of the patient’s skin, the needle should be entering their body at an angle to ensure that it does not penetrate the bone. The exact angle will depend on the area of the body that you are injecting. For some areas, a 90 degree angle is appropriate, but this is rare.
By determining exactly how thick the muscle is in the area that you are injecting, you will be able to tailor the way that you give the injection to ensure that the patient does not feel any pain or discomfort. Every patient will provide a unique puzzle, and it is one of the joys of working in medicine that you can never treat a different person exactly the same way as you have treated another – and this is perfectly true when giving painless injections to your patients.
Whether or not you agree with people using it, it is impossible to deny that there are now large numbers of people who have Botox in order to use it to remove those wrinkles and lines – but what people often do not realise is that Botox can be used as a medical treatment, such as for excessive sweating.
The FDA approved Botox as a treatment for excessive sweating over a decade ago in 2004, and for people who go through medical grade antiperspirant within a week this can really change their lives. What Botox is able to do is block the sweat glands in the body, preventing them from even making any sweat for up to one year after treatment.
Now, this can be used as a cosmetic thing, such as by brides on their wedding day because they want to make sure that they do not overheat and get their gown dirty, but it is estimated that one in three people in the American population actually suffer from excessive sweating.
Botox For Sweating
The official name for excessive sweating is hyperhidrosis, and this can occur in many parts of the body not just underneath the arms – face, feet, hands, and groin are just a few examples. Those who have it do not just sweat when it is very warm, but continuously, and far more than other people.
Many people will not actually realise that they have a medical condition: they will have always sweated like that, and will just assume that it is completely healthy. That is just how they are. Often it is only when they begin to notice that other people are not sweating nearly as much as they are that they realise that there is something different about them.
How Does it Work?
Botox does not destroy or kill the sweat glands in our body, but it does block them or switch them off, so the body does not feel the need to make more sweat. The chemical reactions are slowed down and then prevented by two weeks after the treatment, although after a year the treatment will cease to work, and the patient will need to have another treatment.
The procedure is very simple. The practitioner who is administering the Botox will create a grid of dots on the area that requires treatment, probably only around 1 cm apart, so that they cover the entire area to prevent sweating. Around 100 units of Botox will be required for two underarms, which may sound a lot but any less will probably not create the desired effect.
Although the treatment does not go very deep underneath the skin, most administrators of Botox prefer to use a numbing cream on their patients so that they do not need to worry about any pain. For a truly skilled Botox professional, they can have two underarms completed in less than ten minutes, which is great for patients who are wary of needles – it can be over quickly!
What About Side Effects?
95% of people who receive Botox report that they have complete satisfaction, which makes Botox one of the most safe and effective courses of treatment that is available. Its predictability is what makes it so trusted by doctors and patients alike, and apart from a small amount of bruising, patients do not really notice any side effects.
And Does it Actually Work?
Botox underneath the arms for excessive underarm sweating has an 87% complete success rate, allowing patients who have never been able to go to the gym for a full on workout before because they were so embarrassed about their excessive sweating to go, and push themselves harder and faster than they ever have been before. They can enjoy wearing whatever they want, and going wherever they want, and doing whatever they want, because they do not have to worry or be self-conscious about their excessive sweating anymore. This treatment plan can really release people who have felt restricted by their medical condition for so long.
Patients should wait for up to two weeks in order to feel the full effects of the treatment, but by the third day they will already be able to notice drastic improvement. This should last for months, though of course the exact amount of time will always vary depending on the patient, and their natural metabolic response. People that exercise frequently or who suffer a great deal amount of stress will find that their treatment does not last as long as other people.
Try it For Yourself
Some patients are concerned about something called compensatory sweating. This means that because your body realises that it can no longer sweat through your underarms because it is being prevented from doing so by the Botox, in order to cool your body down it will try and sweat excessively somewhere else on your body, such as the patients’ feet or hands. However, for most people this simply does not happen. In the rare cases that patients do notice a subtle shift in the way that their body works, it is easy enough for their doctor to prescribe Botox in those areas too, although the success rate for feet is not as high.
As hyperhidrosis is a medical condition, many people will be able to receive Botox as a treatment under their health insurance, which means that they can truly change their lives for the better without any cost.
Would you like to be able to inject your patients to treat excessive sweating? If so, register for Dr. Katz’s Botox program here.
Although Botox is most commonly known to be used by those who want to achieve a youthful expression on their facial features, that is not its own use. The U. S. FDA approved onabotulinumtoxinA which is the full chemical name for Botox for severe primary axillary hyperhidrosis in 2004, which is a medical condition that many suffer from that has excessive sweating underneath the arms as its primary symptom. Botox has actually been approved by the FDA since 1989, and currently is the accepted treatment for eight different medical conditions the world over. Millions of patients have enjoyed the benefits that Botox can bring for problems such as movement disorders, and now America joins the nineteen other countries that use it for excessive sweating.
A naturally occurring protein that has been purified, onabotulinumtoxinA is useful to those in the medical profession because it is able to block the chemical that tells our bodies to sweat – and by interrupting this message, we can prevent sweating in the areas that it has been injected, which is why Botox injections are often just underneath the skin.
Research and evidence from countless doctors have proven that using onabotulinumtoxinA as a treatment for excessive sweating is not only safe and effective underneath the armpits, but also in many other areas such as the head (and face), the hands, and the feet. For underarm sweating, there is a 82-87% decrease in sweating which will bring considerable relief to the patient, and these results begin around three days after receiving the Botox injection, with the peak around two weeks. A Botox injection should work for up to a year, and in some cases it can last a few months longer than that. Not only that, but additional research has demonstrated that if the Botox treatment is repeated, it can continue to have long lasting benefits for the patient.
Although some may argue that sweating is necessary for the body to be able to regulate its own body temperature, and using Botox to prevent this under a person’s arms could be damaging to their overall health, only 2% of the body’s sweat glands can actually be found underneath our arms, and so the patient will still be able to continue cooling themselves down if they become too hot. There is also no compensatory sweating noted on any of the patients.
Just like when Botox is used for underarm sweating, excessive sweating that occurs on a patient’s hands – also called palmar excessive sweating – can also be treated by Botox, and it enjoys between 80-90% success, although repeat injections will be required every six months. There are sometimes uncomfortable side effects, such as temporary weakness and pain, but this is only felt locally.
Administering Botox may seem like just a small pinprick of a small needle, but it requires a great amount of skill, and so only those who are highly skilled should be doing it. One of the side effects from administering Botox to the face is asymmetry, and this can frequently occur on the forehead. This happens when some of the Botox finds itself in the facial muscles – but this side effect is only temporary, and can be treated.
Plantar hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating of the feet, is another area in which Botox injections are used, but due to only a 50% success rate and significant pain after the injections, this is a much less frequently used type of treatment.
Using Botox Injections Effectively
The International Hyperhidrosis Society offers training to those who wish to be able to offer patients who suffer from excessive sweating Botox treatments, and really those people should be the only people who perform it. You can tell whether or not a doctor has this training by looking for the phrase ‘Attended IHHS education and training sessions.
It does not take long for Botox to be administered for underarm sweating when done by a true professional – and in less than ten minutes in your doctor’s own office. The only restrictions that a patient will be under after receiving the injection is they are not permitted to do intensive exercise, or use a sauna on that day. Many physicians prefer there to be three or four days of hair growth.
The procedure itself consists of a very fine needle being used to place underneath the skin the smallest amounts of onabotulinumtoxinA, or Botox, usually every 1 cm in a sort of grid pattern. Your doctor will be able to decide just how many injections each patient will need to receive. Depending on the doctor and the patient, anaesthetic technology may be used.
It is recommended that every patient goes back to their doctor within the fortnight of receiving Botox for excessive sweating for a check up, so that they can ‘touch up’ any areas that are still sweating excessively. This means that the full treatment is offered, giving the patient the maximum benefits.
It is impossible to tell exactly how much Botox treatment for excessive sweating will cost, as it will depend greatly on the size of the area that needs treatment, and whether or not a patient’s health insurance will cover that treatment, but for two underarms the overall cost is about $1000. Importantly, patients should remember that onabotulinumtoxinA does not cure excessive sweating, but merely reduces the symptoms, and that means that repeat procedures will need to be done in order for the same effects to be enjoyed.
If you want to learn more about how Botox could bring you relief from your excessive sweating, then just get in touch with a Dentox approved medical professional for a consultation.
If you are a medical professional seeking to learn how to apply Botox for hyperhydrosis and become certified in Botox injection, see our Botox Training Program here.
There’s good news for dental practices in Nevada hoping to better capitalize on the high demand for Botox and dermal fillers: both dentists and hygienists with proper training can now administer these injectables.
This puts Nevada’s policies in line with most other states in the United States and a growing number of jurisdictions around the world. It also means patients can get injections from people they already trust.
The Nevada State Board of Dental examiners issued an advisory policy statement on November 20, 2015 confirming what we at Dentox already know: dentists and dental hygienists have the skills necessary for injecting botulinum toxin and dermal fillers once properly trained in the specifics. This means that dental practices can enhance their revenues and increase patient satisfaction by offering easier access to Botox, Xeomin and related products as well as dermal fillers to existing and new patients.
The statement indicates that dental hygienists in the Silver State can administer injectables only under the supervision of a dentist who is licensed in the state and also has training in facial Botox and dermal fillers.
Dentists who take the online Botox training course from Dentox are always allowed to have office staff and other professionals in their office to listen in. Now, some of these professionals are eligible for their own Botox certification, potentially increasing the ability of a practice to make money from Botox by allowing dentists to delegate this task in much the same way as doing a cleaning or taking an impression.
The Dentox course is a smart choice because it’s led by Dr. Howard Katz, a real innovator in the field of Botox injection whose name actually appears on the patent for the product and other related products. But more than that, Katz is also a practicing dentist with nearly four decades of clinical experience.
Dentox offers convenient online Botox training as well as seminars around the nation and the world. And since the company is based in Southern California, it’s often convenient for Nevada dentists to attend in-person training on Dr. Katz’s home turf.
A complete training course covers both botulinum toxin and dermal fillers, which are administered very similarly but do have crucial differences. The best courses also contain practical information on incorporating injectables into dental practices and making them part of an overall business plan that can boost the bottom line of a practice.
The bottom line of the ruling by the Nevada board is clear, according to president of the American Academy of Facial Esthetics Dr. Louis Malcmacher: Botox and dermal filler injections are within a dental practice’s scope in the state and can now be administered for both esthetic as well as therapeutic uses — as long as proper training is received.
With this important ruling, Nevada joins most other states in making it legal and practical for dentists and their hygienists to provide Botox and related injections. The state’s requirement for comprehensive training is in line with requirements in most other jurisdictions and is a sensible precaution for protecting the health of patients in the state.
Since the majority of uses of Botox and dermal fillers are on the head, face and neck, no one is better qualified than those who spend their lives working on these areas. No one knows facial anatomy better than dentists and dental hygienists.
The recent Nevada ruling is a clear win for dental professionals in the state — and for their patients. The people of Nevada now have easier access than ever before to quick, affordable and convenient injectable from professionals they have already grown to trust and depend on.
Nevada dentists or hygienists looking to learn botox injection, train in Botox injection with Dentox.
If you’d like to help your existing clients take years off their faces with Botox, you need to find a good Botox training course in Toronto where you can learn the best techniques from proven experts. When you add Botox to your practice offerings, you can really make a difference for your patients while attracting new ones and boosting your bottom line.
But which Toronto Botox training program is best? And is there a seminar offered that fits into your busy schedule? After all, you may be offering extended office hours on nights and weekends to make sure you can best serve those who depend on you.
Would you believe that the best Botox training in Toronto doesn’t happen in the city at all? Instead, it’s an online training course offered in a unique live and interactive format, and there’s only one way you can get it.
Online Botox Training Is About More Than Convenience
You can’t deny the convenience of online Botox training. Taking your Botox course online allows you to do it from your home or office, and you can even have key staff members with you to help with the learning process and gain a deeper understanding for themselves.
But those are not the only reasons to consider taking Botox training online.
The only live and interactive course is offered to you in Toronto by Dr. Howard Katz, an inventor and innovator whose name is even on the patent application for the original Botox product and many similar products. Katz sometimes offers in-person training around the world, but you don’t have to wait and hope for him to come to Toronto when you can choose his Dentox online Botox training course.
Using the latest technology and unique foam models that allow you to prove your understanding of injection techniques, Dr. Katz is able to make sure that students around the world fully understand all concepts. He reviews photos of your technique to make sure you don’t miss a trick.
Online Botox Training Makes The Most Sense
When you train online from your Toronto home or office through Dentox, you get the following additional advantages:
– You learn proven techniques from an innovator who can teach you methods other trainers don’t even know about. That’s the power of going with the best.
– The course covers all you need to know about using the Botox product for therapeutic and cosmetic purposes. But that’s not all. A complete discussion of related injectable dermal fillers is also included.
– You can review the material again and again by having a look at a recording of the actual class in which you participated. Need to see something again just to make sure? It’s online and available to you anytime. Plus, Dr. Katz can help you personally by email when you have a specific question later on.
– You’re entitled to hands-on refresher courses when you happen to be in the San Diego area anytime in the future. This opportunity for in-person enhancement down the road is only available from Dentox.
Toronto’s a big place, and most of you probably don’t live or work near a Botox training location. Even if you do, getting to the right place at the right time can be a hassle — and you’ll have to close your office while you’re in training. But you can learn from a leader and innovator in the Botox industry when you choose the Dentox online Botox training course.
Everything is provided to you in advance, so there’s nothing else to buy and no uncertainty when you train with Dentox. You simply get the very best training from the very best source — and you get the opportunity to help your patients and enhance your bottom line.