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Why train in aesthetics
Why train in aesthetics

A career in medical aesthetics can be hugely rewarding in all senses. It is a rapidly growing area, with continuous advances in techniques and technology. To be at the forefront of such an area is hugely exciting. Non-surgical cosmetic treatments are rapidly becoming the new normal, and wide and diverse demographic groups now seek aesthetic treatment to manage the signs of ageing and enhance natural features.

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Why train in Botox®
Why train in Botox®

The demand for Botox® injections has driven the extraordinary growth within the aesthetics industry over the past two decades. In the UK, over 90% of all cosmetic treatments are non-surgical, of which the most common treatment is Botox®. As Botox® grows in popularity among all demographic groups in society, the opportunities within the aesthetics industry for medical professionals with facial aesthetic skills continue to abound.

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Why Train in Dermal Filler
Why Train in Dermal Filler

The demand for dermal filler treatments has helped drive the extraordinary growth within the aesthetics industry over the past two decades. In the UK, over 90% of all cosmetic treatments are non-surgical, of which the second most common treatment is dermal filler, beaten only by Botox®. As dermal filler treatments such as lip augmentation grow in popularity among all demographic groups in society, driven by social media and changing trends, the opportunities within the aesthetics industry for medical professionals with facial aesthetic skills will continue to increase.

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How the Level 7 Qualification Could Help Your Aesthetics Career
How the Level 7 Qualification Could Help Your Aesthetics Career

A successful career in the competitive field of medical aesthetics requires excellent training, good business decision-making and a patient-centred approach. The multitude of training options on offer can be confusing; getting into the detail of what a course will involve, the investment required and the likely return on any such investment is fundamental to making the right choice about your training and qualifications.

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Training for a Career in Aesthetics
Training for a Career in Aesthetics

Training for a Career in Aesthetics With an estimated worth of over £3 billion in the UK alone, the growing aesthetics industry has the potential to offer healthcare professionals a lucrative and exciting career. There is a wide range of training courses available, and healthcare professionals looking to break into the field of non-surgical aesthetics can often be left with questions regarding which course could be right for them.

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The Key to Your Successful Aesthetics Career - Hands-on Practical Training
The Key to Your Successful Aesthetics Career - Hands-on Practical Training

The chance to forge a lucrative new career path as well as greater professional autonomy are two commonly cited motivations behind the upsurge in healthcare professionals considering a move into medical aesthetics.

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Non surgical aesthetics
Non surgical aesthetics

Non-surgical aesthetics is a term which is used to encompass a wide range of cosmetic treatments not undertaken in a surgical setting, being minimally invasive. Commonly, procedures include anti-wrinkle injections with products such as Botox ® and dermal fillers injections.

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Dermal Fillers for the Lower Face: A New Kid on the Block
Dermal Fillers for the Lower Face: A New Kid on the Block

Lower face definition can be one of the key challenges in medical aesthetics. The issues surrounding the jawline and chin are multiple, and can include the ageing process, an unbalanced profile, and poor correspondence with desired features in line with masculinity or femininity.

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Complications in Non-Surgical Aesthetics: Blepharoptosis
Complications in Non-Surgical Aesthetics: Blepharoptosis

A solid understanding of common and important complications is crucial for the safe and effective practice of non-surgical aesthetics. One complication often cited with regard to the use of botulinum toxin (Botox ®) is a droopy eye, otherwise known as blepharoptosis.

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