Yes, once medical professionals receive a CME-accredited certificate from Practical CME, they will be trained to perform the various medical procedures they have learned during the Botox course, such as administering hyaluronic acid dermal fillers.  This training coupled with active licensure in your state and following all scope of practice and supervision rules will be sufficient training to begin your Botox and Dermal Filler practice.

With up to 10 hours of live CME credit hours with hands-on training, doctors, nurses, and other licensed medical professionals who take this Botox training program will be equipped with all the therapeutic and injection techniques they need to practice in the US and Canada.

The following are some of the places you can take a course in Botox and filler training for nurses: