The importance of injectable products such as Botox® and dermal fillers being provided by properly trained medical professionals is back in the news again this week.
Industry body BAAPS (the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons) have previously spoken out about the desperate need for regulation of a sector in which there is no need for any formal qualifications prior to injecting botox or dermal fillers.
Although the law has changed to stipulate that Botox must be prescribed by a doctor who has seen a patient, this does not in most peoples’ opinion go far enough. The Botox can still be injected by a non-medical person and when it comes to dermal fillers there is no need for any form of review by a doctor or a prescription before treatment.
The Keogh report issued earlier this year laid down a series of recommendations which are likely to improve regulation in the sector, although these are yet to be introduced.
Cosmetic Treatments Training
With the cosmetic treatments industry preparing to tighten up and implement regulations to better protect consumers, there is a gap in the market for high quality training for those medical professionals who wish to train in non-surgical techniques.
SkinViva Training Academy Manchester
Courses are directed at suitably qualified and registered medical professionals who wish to learn and build on their skills in delivering these procedures.
Led by Dr Tim Pearce MB ChB BSc (Hons) MRCGP, the SkinViva Training team upholds high standards of clinical training providing a combination of fully-supervised practical experience together with essential theory. SkinViva Training provides high quality, value-for-money courses at all levels from entry to advanced; preparing candidates to deliver safe, effective non-surgical cosmetic treatments. Popular courses include training in Botox, dermal fillers, injectable lip enhancement and anaesthetics.
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