The dermal fillers workshop programme run by The BTC are the brainchild of experienced practitioner Dr Harry Singh.
Dr Singh, himself a dentist, first started offering facial aesthetics treatments back in 2002. He has treated more than 3,000 patients with Botulinum Toxin, dermal fillers and other non-surgical aesthetics treatments since that time, and currently has 700 facial aesthetics patients on his books. Indeed, he had so many requests for facial aesthetics at his last dental practice that he chose to give up dentistry to focus exclusively on facial aesthetics. By attending one of his Botulinum Toxin or dermal filler workshop sessions, he will show you how you too can grow your practice with the addition of facial aesthetics options.
The dermal fillers workshop programme runs on two levels: basic and advanced. You will be able to start offering treatment with fillers after you complete the basic workshop, which focusses on the main areas of treatment, and can then add further treatment options at the advanced level dermal fillers workshop should you wish.
Dr Singh’s workshop sessions have a maximum of five participants, so you will have ample time to develop your confidence and skills in using fillers at a dermal fillers workshop. You are also invited to bring a member of your practice staff, such as a dental nurse or a treatment coordinator, with you so that they can learn how to talk confidently about treatment with dermal fillers to potential new patients.
Our dermal fillers workshops also run on weekends, meaning you don’t need to take time out of work to attend. We will provide all models for you to work with during training, and your delegate pack includes all the necessary paperwork so that you can start offering treatments immediately post-workshop. We also offer in-house training on request – please get in touch for further details.
Call 07711 731173 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on why you should choose BTC to help you achieve a successful aesthetic business.back to blog