Non-surgical Facial Aesthetic Treatments:

The increased demands of patient's for improved facial aesthetics has attributed to the popularity of the use of Botulinum Toxin and Dermal Filler treatments. 

- The regions most commonly treated with Botulinum toxin are glabellar and frontalis muscles (Frown lines), bunny lines (crows feet), brow lift, gummy smiles and hypertrophied muscles.

- Dermal Fillers are used to treat naso-labial folds, oral commisures, marionette lines, tear troughs, lip  and cheek augmentations. 

Facial Aesthetic One Year Course: 

We provide Facial Aesthetic Courses  with hands on  training specially designed for Doctors, Dentists, Dental Therapists  and Cosmetic Nurse Practitioners.

Module 1:

You will gain knowledge and applied chemistry of the botulinum toxin and dermal fillers. Training will help refresh understanding of facial anatomy and musculature. This module will provide valuable insights in to the evidence based theory behind the used of aesthetic treatments. Any candidates with experience may get an opportunity to observe and treat their models. 

Module 2:

​Delegates will have a refresher session and should be confident about the facial aesthetics basics taught in module 1. 

Foundation level training session to learn the skills of administering Botulinum toxin for treatment of forehead, frown lines and crows feet provided.


Demonstration and a practical skills foundation session on Dermal Fillers for the treatment of Naso-labial folds. 

Module 3:

Advanced Botox and Dermal Fillers training. 

Module 3 covers the theory behind full face aesthetics and the aesthetics of the lips. Hands on training sessions and demonstrations on treatments of vermillion border of the lips, smokers lines and lip augmentation. 

Course Outcome: 

Delegates will gain the knowledge and confidence to perform learnt procedures safely and ethically in their clinical practice.

Delegates will develop skills in use of Botulinum Toxin and Dermal Fillers. 

Our aim is to provide ongoing support and mentoring to our delegates.