As a dentist, you’re extremely well suited to the aesthetic industry as you’re already trained in manual and complex procedures as well as administering injections and local anaesthetics. Your knowledge of facial musculature, anatomy, vasculature and nerve supply is an added bonus which helps with a transition into the Botox and dermal filler marketplace. This means dentists are suited for non-surgical cosmetic treatments. We provide Botox courses for dentists to facilitate your move into a new career and revenue stream.
Many dentists have already seen a huge boost to their income by expanding into the sector and while Botox is for cosmetic purposes, it is also FDA certified for treating hyperhidrosis and bruxism. It also enhances the treatment of other dental work like TMJ.
- National/international trainer for Galderma in Azzalure
- Past Clinical Tutor for the MSc in facial aesthetics at UCLan University
- Trainer to other professionals for Allergan, makers of Botox, Vistabel
- Involved in the initial research trials for Allergan in Juvederm Ultra
- On Research panel for Galderma into Azzalure efficacy ( ANGEL study)
- On research panel for Galderma into Azzalure safety
- On the Clinical Advisory Panel for Allergan in Botox and Juvederm Ultra
- Past clinical trainer for companies such as CODE and Cosmetology.
- Expert for the Discovery Health Channel regarding Botox treatments
- Creator of the anti-ageing skincare range
Is it time to take advantage of the beauty boom?
Non-surgical cosmetic procedures are growing in popularity
and the aesthetics industry is showing no signs of slowing down – it’s
currently valued at around £2billion and now is the perfect time for you to
join the ranks.
The knowledge and experience that comes with being a dentist
(administering injections, dealing with complex maxillofacial area) are more
than enough to see you through our Foundation Botox & Filler course with a
view to moving onto the more advanced procedures to give you an even bigger
portfolio that you can offer new and existing clients.
New regulations require trained doctors to perform
injectable procedures and, because a dentist can prescribe drugs, Botox can
easily integrate into a dental practice.
Filler and Botox courses for dentists, taught by a dentist
One of the many advantages that you, as a dentist, have over other medical practitioners is that you are more than likely to have established clinics with pre-existing clients.
Dentists don’t need to set up an entirely new practice to enter the field of aesthetics – you can perform aesthetic procedures in your practice which will help your business expand.
Our Botox Training for dentists are led by Dr Hennessy BDS – a renowned dentist in his own right who also brings with him a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the aesthetics field.
In fact, Dr Hennessy BDS was one of the first dentists in the UK to be trained in Botox and dermal fillers and has over 20 years’ experience which he will demonstrate throughout the 1-day course.
Dr Hennessy BDS trains dentists along with Mrs Alisha Stonier, RGN NP.
You’ll be provided with an e-learning pack ahead of the training day and when you join us at our Academy in Preston, you’ll spend a day getting to grips to the products and procedures and will benefit from a significant amount of time practising on live models.
The knowledge and hands-on experience provided mean you will be able to treat new aesthetics patients immediately.
Learning how to administer these non-surgical procedures and getting qualified is both quick and inexpensive at the Dr Hennessy Academy.
Our Combined Botox and Dermal Filler Foundation Course, which is the perfect Botox certification course for dentists, only takes one day and is priced at just £795+VAT.
Groups limited to 6
Our courses are recommended by aesthetic product manufacturers such as Galderma and endorsed by all major insurance companies in the field – Cosmetic Insure, Hamilton Fraser
Practical groups are limited to 6 which gives a unique opportunity for excellent education and closely supervised hands-on practice. We also give a Starting in Aesthetics talk. We are proud that our courses provide the highest model to delegate ratio.
We offer unlimited support to all delegates who attend our courses.
We do provide models for all our courses but you can bring a model if you prefer. Please note that all Dr Hennessy’s courses DO NOT inject on plastic dummies as we believe that your practical on live individuals is invaluable.
Advanced Aesthetics and Botox courses for dentists in the UK
Our combined foundation course in Botox and dermal fillers is a great entry point to the aesthetics industry but we have plenty of opportunities to upskill in order to provide even more services for your clients.
Lip fillers are one of the most popular treatments and we offer a comprehensive Lip filler courses, such as our Lips and Local Anaesthesia course which is accessible once you have passed your foundation level.
If you’re a dentist already trained in some popular aesthetic treatments and you wish to learn more, then we also teach other advanced techniques at the Academy, such as:
- Scar correction
- Brow lifting
- Jawline definition
You can choose between our Advanced Aesthetic Training Course or our Advanced Cannula Training Course.
Or, if you would like to gain a unique understanding of how aesthetic treatments are best incorporated into a clinic, we run special observation evenings that afford an insight into the way that Dr Hennessy BDS works.
We even offer bespoke one-to-one training.
This is a course that can be completely tailored to your current level of knowledge and experience to ensure that you achieve your personal training aims.
Every one of our aesthetic training courses has been certified for the appropriate number of CPD points.
Add this to our ongoing business support and you will leave the Academy with a head-start in business and ready to take full financial advantage of what is now a very lucrative market.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Frequently Asked Questions by Dentists
Other medical professionals who have transitioned into aesthetic medicine like nurses and midwives do not have prescribing qualifications, so they need to seek the help of a prescribing individual such as a doctor or a dentist before they can administer Botox. Dentists can therefore form networks with these other aesthetic providers and become their prescriber. This is an easy way to generate extra income without needing to do the work of administering the Botox yourself.
In some cases, you will be given details of prescribers in your area or companies that can source prescribers for you.
For more information about any of our aesthetic training, or to book your place on a course today, give us a call on 01704 567557.
We look forward to hearing from you.
If you decide that it’s time to be financially compensated for the service that you’ve done for our country then we don’t blame you.
The facial aesthetics industry can provide you with the chance to increase your income by a large margin, as well as offering you more sociable working hours, while letting you use some of the skills that you have cultivated through working for the NHS.
You will still be working and interacting directly with patients which we know to be one of the factors that nurses love most about their current job. These patients will hopefully become repeat customers and you can make some great friends and meet some lovely people when working as an aesthetic nurse.
For now, some quick tips we can give you are:
Use social media to market yourself and obtain clients, Keep in contact with clients after their procedure so they can promote your work, Complete some of our follow up advanced courses so you can offer more specialist procedures than other clinics. Want to learn more about setting up a botox business see our blog on how to start an aesthetic practice.