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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.

botox injection training certificateOur 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.

interactive botox training materialsYou’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.

botox training on laptopDuring 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?

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  • 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.

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Course Professor, Dr. Howard Katz

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.

Why not revitalize your practice with new, affluent patients?

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Medical conditions Botox may end up treating

Botox. It is a cosmetic procedure that many people, men and women, choose to have in order to smooth out some lines, make some wrinkles disappear, and give them that youthful appearance that they love so much – and miss from thirty or forty years ago. And that used to be all that Botox was, but that has completely changed in the last ten years. Research groups from all over the world have started to look into whether or not Botox could actually be the missing ingredient to a whole load of different treatment options, and there are several that are currently going through clinic trials at the moment, with the hope that soon they will be a standard treatment option for anyone to accept in order to get help.

The trouble is, there are concerns in many areas that giving FDA approval to what is essentially a poison could end up proving problematic in the long term. We have no idea what long term effects a body will undergo if you continue to put tiny amounts of poison in it, and this is something that is very likely for anyone with a chronic condition that could be treated with Botox. But on the other hand, there is no other way to discover exactly what could happen with trying, and many scientists argue that we will all be convinced by the evidence before long. So exactly what kind of medical conditions could be treated with Botox as standard in the coming decades?

Depression

depressed patientA recent trial discovered that when one group with depression was given Botox in their faces and one group with depression was given a placebo injection, there was a drop in depressive symptoms for 15% of the group that received the placebo . . . and 52% of the group that actually received the Botox injection. These are big numbers, and if they can be replicated in other studies, may provide a treatment option for those with depression that is not dependent on pill usage, something that many would prefer.

Premature ejaculation

As counter-intuitive as this may sound, one company called Allergan are testing this by injecting Botox directly into the patient’s penis, and seeing whether it relaxes it so that delays ejaculation significantly enough to be causal. Results are still being waiting for, but if it does provide a solution there is already much discussion on exactly how a patient would be able to self-administer this – or if they could.

Abnormal heartbeat

Botox has been used within heart operations since its very beginning; in fact, that was the first use of Botox within the medical field all those years ago. Now it is being further developed to see whether or not it could treat an abnormal heartbeat that develops during open heart surgery, something that is hard to focus on usually when you are in the middle of a rather serious operation. It will become known, if passed, as post-operative atrial fibrillation, and could end up saving many lives.

Hundreds of thousands of people’s lives could be changed by having Botox injections, and changed for the better; with less pain, less discomfort, and more able to go back to how their lives used to be. If you want to support people in their journey to recovery through Botox injections, then why not train as a Botox administrator? Our specialized Botox administration course enables anyone with a medical background to gain the skills they need quickly, so you can be practicing and helping your patients before you know it.

 

How Botox is making a difference for those with chronic migraines

migraine patientIf you asked the average person on the street what Botox did, the chances are that they would give you one answer, and one answer repeatedly; it smooths out wrinkles and makes the patient look younger. And this is correct. Botox does have the ability to relax certain muscles in the facial area that will give a much more pronounced youthful look, and for many people they would consider this to be the only use of Botox that they would see – but that is just not true. There are seemingly more and more uses for Botox in a medical setting every single year, as more research throws up more understanding of exactly how we can use the chemical, and that means that in the last few years, Botox is starting to be used for these other reasons for more often than the traditional cosmetic surgery route. So what exactly are they?

Well, one of the most popular medical uses of Botox is to treat migraines. These chronic headaches can last for days, if not weeks, and can affect people’s vision and balance, making it almost impossible for them to do anything while they have the migraine. Some people are unable to drive during a migraine, and the pain can be absolutely unbearable, preventing them from being able to listen to anything or even be in the light. For some people, this can be a monthly or even weekly occurrence, and this is described as chronic migraines, something that has almost no treatment options available. Until now. It has been discovered that Botox injections in certain places around the head and neck can actually change the pressure points within a patient, and this can lead them to stop having chronic migraines, a truly miraculous change for someone whose life has been ruled by them.

Of course, there are some within the medical community who are not entirely convinced by the efficacy of Botox injections for chronic migraines, and they point to the placebo effect, an acknowledged part of medicine that can make it very difficult to prove whether a treatment is actually working, or whether the patient is just so convinced that it is working that their mind tricks their body into thinking that it is getting better again. Those who do not believe that Botox could have such a positive effect on the body base this on their understanding of the chemical itself; one of the most potent poisons that has ever been discovered on this planet, they find it difficult to accept that something so deadly can actually have such a positive impact on a person’s health.

But if you speak to the patients who receive Botox injections for their chronic migraines, what do they think? Well, many of them do not seem to care whether it is the Botox itself or their own minds that are doing the healing – they are just glad to be able to return to their normal lives of going to work, picking up the kids from school, and simply not have to worry about a sudden rush of nausea telling them that a migraine is coming on. They just trust that the Botox isn’t doing them any harm, and that is enough for them. Why question what is already working?

If you are a medical professional interested in learning more about how you can introduce Botox injections as a treatment into your surgery or clinic to treat chronic migraines, then please do click on the link below and read more about our training course, now open.

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A Dozen Medical Uses For Botox That Can Change Lives

Botox isn’t just for wrinkles. Some medical uses of Botox can very literally change lives. Here are 12 significant medical uses for Botox that go way beyond dealing with wrinkles:

  1. Excessive sweating. Botox was approved by the FDA for treating hyperhidrosis in 2004. In addition to underarm sweating, it can help with hands and feet that sweat too much as well.
  1. Overactive bladder. In one study, 70 percent of women treated for overactive bladder reported just 3 leaks a day compared with 5 leaks a day without treatment. But care must be used because Botox can shut down the bladder more than desired, requiring the use of a catheter in some cases.
  1. Crossed eyes. When eyes do not line up – a condition called strabismus that impacts about 4 percent of people – Botox treatment can weaken some muscles and allow the eyes to come into alignment.

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  1. Depression. Although not approved by the FDA, some trials suggest Botox works for depression. Many medical professionals are skeptical. The idea is that facial expressions impact mood, and Botox can make negative facial expressions impossible.
  1. Abnormal heartbeat. When an abnormal heartbeat occurs after open-heart surgery, Botox may be able to help. But the benefit is not completely proven yet, and once again, some medical professionals are skeptical. Time will tell just home promising this development is.
  1. Premature ejaculation. When injected into the penis, Botox can relax muscles and delay ejaculation. More research is being done to make sure this really works. Allergan has patented Botox as a way of treating erectile dysfunction.
  1. Very cold hands. Injections of Botox into the hands can relax muscles that cause poor circulation. Blood vessels then enlarge, allowing for more blood flow in the hands, relieving the condition. It may not sound like an important condition, but poor circulation in the extremities is bad for overall health.
  1. Cleft lip scars for babies. Injecting the scar from cleft lip closure with Botox can hold the muscles still so they can heal better and without distortion. This can mean a better-looking lip for the rest of the patient’s life.
  1. Painful sex for women. Women who experience pelvic floor muscle spasms or constriction of the vagina can experience pain during sex. Botox can stop muscles from contracting and ease pain. Injections are needed every 6 months to 2 years.
  1. Teeth grinding. By relaxing the jaw muscles, Botox can reduce teeth grinding and clenching as well as the pain and teeth damage that comes along with it. Dentists sometimes recommend Botox for teeth grinding because many other usual treatments don’t work.
  1. Neck spasms. Botox was approved for frown lines in 2002, but approval for treating severe neck spasms came in 2000. The condition is called cervical dystonia and involves an abnormal head position, jerks, twitches and lots of pain. Botox helps.
  1. Facial wrinkles. You already know about this one, right? But wrinkles can cause emotional distress in some people, and Botox can reduce facial wrinkles, allowing a patient to feel more youthful. You can’t underestimate the impact of fewer wrinkles on a person’s emotional health.

And that’s not all. Every day, doctors and dentists are finding new uses for time-tested and proven Botox. When used properly by a well-trained medical professional, Botox can make faces look better and also dramatically change lives by reducing or eliminating symptoms that don’t respond well to other treatments.

Medical professionals who want to learn more about adding medical and cosmetic Botox to their practice offerings can visit http://dentox.com/all-courses/botox-training/ for course choices that fit into any schedule and enhance the bottom line of any medical or dental practice.

 

 

Botox Is FDA Approved For Migraines, Excessive Sweating And More

It all started in 1992. That’s when Dr. William Binder, a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, noticed that people he treated with Botox were reporting having fewer headaches. The maker Allergan did trials on people with chronic migraines. In 2010, Botox was approved for the treatment of migraines. Some believe the placebo effect accounts for the drug’s impact on migraines. Others swear it really works.
Either way, people treated with Botox for migraines have fewer headaches.

Other options for migraines include antidepressants, anti-seizure medications and blood pressure drugs – all of which have side effects. With several injections placed carefully at locations on the head and neck, many patients experience positive impacts that can last as long as 3 months or even longer. And the side effects are few.

Excessive Sweating And More

hyperhydrosisOnce medical professionals realized that Botox has uses beyond the treatment of lines and wrinkles, doctors and scientists went to work trying to determine what conditions it could improve besides migraines.

Excessive underarm sweating came to their attention.

In 2004, Botox gained FDA approval for the treatment of excessive sweating. That happened because doctors had noticed in the years before that patients they treated for facial spasms weren’t sweating as much after Botox injections. So Allergan and an outside company began studying the connection between Botox and reduced sweating. Today, Botox is used for treating sweaty hands, feet and more.

The product is also FDA approved for treating overactive bladder. As many as 70 percent of women studied had fewer leaks when they were treated with Botox.

Even crossed eyes respond to treatment with Botox. The FDA has approved Botox for treating this problem that impacts as many as 4 percent of Americans. When the eyes don’t line up, muscles can be injected with Botox to relax them, which can allow the eyes to line up better.

Other Conditions Show Promise Too

A number of conditions are treated with Botox “off label” – that is, without FDA approval. When drugs are approved for use by physicians and dentists for certain conditions, these professionals sometimes choose to use the drugs for unapproved purposes as well, and this practice is allowed.

Off-label uses for Botox include the treatment of depression, premature ejaculation, abnormal heartbeat after open-heart surgery, abnormally cold hands, painful sex and severe neck spasms.

In the case of depression, little is known about how Botox can help. One theory relates to facial feedback – the idea that our expressions influence our moods. Since Botox can make negative facial expressions impossible, depressed patients can feel better. Studies have shown about a 50 percent success rate with treating depression with Botox, and more research is necessary.

Where premature ejaculation is concerned, research has shown that injecting the penis with Botox can relax muscles and delay ejaculation. Allergan already has a patent for the use of Botox to treat some forms of erectile dysfunction.

One particularly interesting off-label use of Botox is in treating cleft lip scars left behind in babies who have their cleft lips closed. Botox injected into the scar can relax muscles and allow the area to heal in a position that will lead to a more natural smile and less scarring later.

And the story continues every day.

Medical professionals continue to find new uses for Botox, and scientists continue their research. But this much is certain: Botox is for much more than lines and wrinkles.

Are you a medical professional intrigued by everything that Botox can do? Why not explore what Dentox has to offer? The company teaches doctors, dentists and other medical professionals to inject Botox for cosmetic and medical purposes, leading to excellent customer satisfaction and great profits for the medical practice.

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