The aesthetic medicine industry in the UK has seen impressive rates of growth over the past decade. Botox® and dermal filler are in ever greater demand, and as we understand more about the ageing process, there is more that we are able to do to improve appearance and soften the signs of ageing without turning to surgical treatments.
Our Botox® and dermal filler courses have been developed to provide healthcare professionals with the aesthetic training that is necessary for them to become independent and confident aesthetic practitioners. Aesthetic treatments are overwhelmingly non-surgical, counting for around 90% of all such procedures; the most commonly provided non-surgical treatment being Botox ®, followed by dermal fillers.
Health Education England (HEE) has set out standards for best practice in the medical aesthetics industry, with input from the GMC and a multiple medical and surgical associations. Nevertheless, training courses in Botox® and dermal fillers can vary widely in their content, detail and delivery. Our training courses for nurses are fully accredited, led by surgeons and designed to provide the greatest exposure to real patients. All training follows GMC and HEE guidance, and our courses are recognised and accredited by the two leading cosmetic insurance providers in the UK (Hamilton Fraser and Cosmetic Insure).
Interface Aesthetics has designed Botox ® & dermal filler courses which give delegates hands-on injecting experience with live model patients. Our Botox® and dermal filler courses in London provide expert tuition on how to effectively use botulinum toxin A to the best enhancing effect in patients. Our team of tutors, led by surgeons, deliver anatomy-oriented training in dermal fillers to ensure delegates understand how to achieve volumization, rejuvenation and enhancement in a safe and subtle manner.
Our training courses are open to doctors, dentists and nurses looking to start out for advance in facial aesthetics. We offer a complete menu of training courses in Botox® and dermal filler, with all training taking place in central London.