New research from LaingBuisson suggests that while demand for cosmetic surgery in the UK has softened since the global economic crisis and PIP scandal, non-surgical treatments are booming. Indeed, with millennials being more open to nonsurgical cosmetic procedures than any other generation group, a career in aesthetics is the right move for doctors, nurses, pharmacists and, why not, dentists…
What is Aesthetic Medicine? Facts and Figures
Aesthetic Medicine comprises all medical procedures that are aimed at improving the physical appearance and satisfaction of the patient, using non-invasive to minimally invasive cosmetic procedures.
The UK cosmetic surgery market is estimated at around £273m (US$345m) in 2017. However, estimates for the non-surgical market suggest it could be worth in excess of £3bn (US$3.8bn) within the next five years.
Dental practitioners are uniquely positioned to take advantage of this demand as aesthetic practice can easily be introduced within existing practice and compliments cosmetic dental work that is widely practiced by dental professionals.
“Dental practitioners represent one of the best suited classes of qualified professionals to train in Botulinum Toxin and fillers,” the leading cosmetic training body, Derma Institute says.
7 Reasons why dental practitioners should add facial aesthetics to their practice
- Having a portfolio career or change of career
- Potential to grow your own business unrelated to dentistry
- Excellent work/life balance
- Good remuneration
- High levels of personal and patient satisfaction
- Opportunity to use your skill-set as dental professional in diagnosing and managing patients needs and expectations
- Being part of a new, exciting and expanding field
Allergan’s Training Provider, Derma Institute
Derma Institute Aesthetics Academy provides hands-on training and presents a structured pathway for Dental practitioners wanting to practice aesthetics. Dental practitioners are choosing expert-led Derma Institute Aesthetics Academy as they have extensive training experience and specialise in training dental practitioners.
The Institute’s award-winning courses are accredited courses by SAVE FACE that is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority and is recognised by the Government, The Department of Health, NHS England and The Care Quality.
As part of your training with Derma Institute you would also be provided with detailed guidance and advice on how to set up your own practice, advertising and on marketing your services. Let your journey in aesthetics begin…
Before & After
Our before and after pictures below show what results can be achieved by our trainees during Derma Institute Courses.
Lip Filler administered by Derma Institute trainee
Tear trough fillers administered by Derma Institute trainee
Facial Profiling performed by Derma Institute’s trainee