Aesthetic Certification Classes for Botox, PDO Thread, PRP and Sclerotherapy
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Frequently Asked Questions
Aesthetic certification classes are taught for many procedures like Botox, Dermal Filler, Spider Vein Treatment and Cosmetic PRP. These skills are not taught in traditional medical and nursing schools and therefore must be learned later on.
PracticalCME courses are FAST TRACK (TM) which splits the learning time between recorded online teaching and live hands-on sessions. Therefore, while our Botox/Filler course is 10 hours, the live contact is only 4-5 hours. Other courses can vary from 5 hours to 8 hours.
Since we are committed to ensuring patient safety and teaching medical providers the proper use of different products, medications, and procedures in their aesthetic and wellness practices, our organization offers multiple courses.
Overall, these are the aesthetic medicine procedures our courses cover:
- Botox and dermal fillers
- Cosmetic sclerotherapy of the legs
- Platelet-rich plasma facelift and facial
- PDO thread lift online training course
At PracticalCME, we offer online course material and hands-on practice sessions to help students test their knowledge and master techniques to perform safe aesthetic procedures, care for their future patients’ safety, and get the best results.
Yes, we do! If you are a registered nurse or nurse practitioner, you can consider our aesthetic certification to give your professional career a boost.
Our medical aesthetics training courses have been designed for healthcare professionals who want to integrate aesthetic procedures into their practice.
While eligibility criteria depend on the program, most of our aesthetic medical training courses are open to:
- Nurse practitioners
- Registered nurses
- Doctors (both MDs and DOs)
- Physician assistants
- DDS or DMD
As mentioned, the eligibility criteria depend on each aesthetic training course.
However, most licensed healthcare professionals can take our courses. Some are not eligible for our hands-on training sessions but may participate in our online classes.
In addition, non-US licensed medical providers may also be eligible for some of our online medical aesthetics courses. Therefore, we invite them to contact us through our chat box or email to get more information about the programs suitable for them.
However, it is essential to remember that no aesthetic training course may alter the legal scope of practice as defined by your state’s or country’s medical and nursing boards.
Ideally, you should review all state and country supervision requirements for aesthetic procedures before taking one of our courses.
At PracticalCME, we know how important it is to offer personalized, one-on-one aesthetic training to professional medical providers who want to add these procedures to their practice.
As a result, we offer semi-private classes. They are limited to only six participants per live aesthetics certification class. Therefore, each of our students can expand their knowledge on each topic, practice using real products, get more feedback from instructors, and focus on learning.
If you take one of our courses, you can get a platelet-rich plasma facelift and facial certification, demonstrating your knowledge of one of the most popular aesthetic procedures today.
This medical aesthetics training course covers extensive content with multiple topics focused on platelet-rich plasma (PRP), facelift technique and protocols, benefits of this procedure, how to use PRP for other body areas, and more.
Besides understanding the definition of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and how to integrate this procedure into your practice, you can also learn more about the FDA 2018 microneedling devices and protocols jurisdiction.
Since we want to help professionals guarantee patients’ safety and offer top-class services with excellent results, we have also added a bonus to this course: an introduction to PRP with smooth PDO threads.
At the end of this aesthetic medical training course, you will also learn how to market this new service and bundle it with BTX and dermal fillers.
No, we don’t! Our aesthetics certification programs have been designed for professionals who want to make the most out of their time and learning capabilities. Therefore, we take a blended approach, offering FAST TRACK live and online content, as well as hands-on training sessions.
Another of our aesthetic training courses focuses on botox and dermal fillers, two of the most popular cosmetic processes in recent years.
This course has been designed to help healthcare professionals learn the techniques and protocols of both procedures, providing information on each related topic, from the social and psychological aspects to how to manage complications.
These are some of the topics covered through our aesthetic classes focused on botox and dermal fillers:
- Facial skin and muscle anatomy
- Facial changes with aging, as well as related psychological and social aspects
- Definition of Botulinum Toxin (Botox)
- FDA-approved uses for botox
- How to choose the right equipment
- Injection techniques and dosages
- Types of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers
- Contraindications of both procedures
- How to use layered treatments successfully
- BONUS: Introduction to PRP and Smooth PDO Thread volumization (BTX/Filler course only)
- BONUS: Kybella basic training
Additionally, this course provides practice-building tips and tricks to help you start your aesthetic medicine business, from how to introduce a new service to pricing and specials.
Our medical aesthetics training courses also vary in terms of prices since each one is different and includes unique practices. However, our training programs are available from as low as $1,695.00.
In addition, we offer two payment options. You can pay a lump sum or make installment payments, which start as low as $106 per month with 0.0% interest.
Since all our aesthetic medical courses are eligible for Affirm, you can buy them now and pay them over time with no hidden fees.
Our aesthetic medical training programs also include cosmetic sclerotherapy courses, an injection procedure that has changed the way professionals treat spider veins on the legs.
PracticalCME has offered sclerotherapy courses for all eligible practitioners, providing comprehensive content covering the following topics:
- How to identify superficial and deep veins
- Causes of venous reflux
- How to identify spider and reticular veins
- Identifying risk factors when taking a patient history
- Modern sclerosant agents
- Techniques for painless spider vein injections
- Uses of lasers in spider vein treatment
- And more!
As part of our aesthetic practice courses, we also provide online and hands-on training on PDO threads, offering extensive content on this procedure’s techniques and key definitions to medical professionals.
Our PDO thread course’s training materials cover various topics, from the differences between thread lift and facelift to the causes of jowls and nasolabial folds.
In addition, our PDO thread training courses include valuable information on the major nerves and blood vessels that could be at risk during this procedure, FDA-approved products, the advantages of each PDO suture material, and more.
As mentioned, we are committed to ensuring patients’ safety. Therefore, we strive to provide content that allows students to perform these procedures with the lowest possible level of risk.
Yes, you will! Our courses focused on aesthetic procedures allow medical professionals to earn a printable online CME certificate after passing the online post-test.
After that, they can also get a certificate for attending the live hands-on training session and putting their knowledge into practice.
Our certificates are often accepted for elective credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), which are also recognized by the American Medical Association as equivalent to AMA PRA Category 1 credits.