Botox is by far the most popular non-invasive aesthetic procedure, but if you want to continue to grow and have a profitable practice, you need to consider adding other cosmetic procedures such as laser procedures to your practice. Some of the more common laser procedures include treatments like laser hair removal, tattoo removal, skin rejuvenation, treating acne, mesotherapy, Non-evasive Lipo sculpting, HIFU, RF, PLASMA, Cavitation, and other anti-aging procedures. Many doctors find offering laser procedures to be, not only very lucrative but also very rewarding. When looking for laser training classes, you want to make sure it is CME approved and includes world-class techniques and live, hands-on training.
Chemical Peel Training
One of the most profitable and minimally-invasive aesthetic procedures is Chemical Peels. You may not have very many patients asking for chemical peels, but you may have people asking you to treat melasma, hyperpigmentation, acne, smoothing rough and dry skin, treating fine lines and surface wrinkles. Chemical peels can positively deal with these conditions. Adding chemical peels to your aesthetic practice is important and part of any comprehensive clinical training.
Plasma Energy, Microdermabrasion, Hydra-abrasion and EPN Electroporation-Micro-Needling Training
One procedure that goes along with Chemical Peels, is microdermabrasion and hydra-abrasion. Many people confuse microdermabrasion and chemical peels, however, it is not the same. In a medical spa or physician-owned aesthetic practice, offering microdermabrasion and electroporation-micro-needling procedures is a key weapon against aging. Minimally-invasive skin rejuvenation treatments will help your patients turn back the hands of time and feel younger.