How to inject Botox- a course for Nurses, Doctors & Dentists

Learn how to inject Botox with confidence! The online course for nurses, dentists, Doctors and allied health.
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  • Lectures 31
  • Length 2.5 hours
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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Published 6/2015 English

Course Description

How to inject Botox is a course for nurses, Doctors, dentists and allied health professionals who want to learn how to perform Botox injections.

The course contains videos explaining how Botox works, facial anatomy and a provides a safe and effective system for injecting.

Learn how to treat the three main cosmetic areas of the face - crows feet, forehead lines and frown lines with patient demonstrations.

To sign up for the course you must be legally allowed to perform Botox injections in your state and country.

Remember that you may be able to claim the cost of the course in your tax return as an educational item so enrol today!

Dr Jonathan Brown is a Cosmetic Physician in Melbourne and is Director of Cityskin Cosmetic Clinic.

What are the requirements?

  • Make sure that you have the appropriate medical qualifications to legally perform Botox injections in your state/country

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Understand the history of botulinum toxin and its clinical use
  • Reconstitute a vial of Botox and draw up ready for use
  • Handle a Botox syringe safely and confidently
  • Have an understanding of relevant facial anatomy and safe areas to inject
  • Use the injection techniques learnt in the course to start injecting. Make sure that you have the appropriate medical qualifications to legally perform Botox injections in your state/country

What is the target audience?

  • Doctors, Nurses, Dentists and all allied health practitioners who are licensed to perform Botox procedures in their country
  • The course is NOT for general members of the public who are not licensed to perform cosmetic procedures

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Start Here
1 page

A welcome message before starting the Botox course. Find out what the course entails.

01:14

An introduction to "How to inject Botox", by Dr Jonathan Brown.

How to inject Botox is an online course for nurses, Doctors and dentists who are looking to learn how to inject Botox. The course will guide you through the essential points of Botox injecting with practical guidance on how to safely inject patients. Learn how to assess a patients facial movements to work out where to inject with Botox.

Key words: Botox course for nurses, Botox course for Doctors, How to learn Botox injections, Online Botox course

03:46

Explore the benefits of working in aesthetic medicine. This will help you to understand your motivation for becoming a Botox specialist.

Section 2: The history of Botox and its' application
1 page

In this lecture, learn how Botox was initially used in medical treatments and how it became the most common injectable cosmetic procedure in the world.

Key points covered: The history of Botox in medical use, the history of Botox in cosmetic medicine, common areas that Botox can treat.

Test
3 questions
00:44

Recap the main learning points from the test

Section 3: How does Botox work?
02:15

In this video, learn about the neuromuscular junction and the role of acetylcholine in making the muscle contract. Understand how Botox affects acetylcholine to prevent muscles moving.

Key points covered: How does Botox work? How long does it take for Botox to take effect? Is Botox permanent?

Notes
1 page
Test
6 questions
Test discussion/recap
Preview
02:24
Section 4: How to draw up Botox ready for use
03:35

In this video learn how to reconstitute a 100 unit vial of Botox.

Equipment needed:

  • Pair of forceps or long nose pliers
  • 100 unit vial of Botox
  • 5 or 10mlof sterile normal saline
  • 21 or 23g needle
  • 3ml sterile syringe
1 page

Dr Brown shares some practical tips on Botox recontitution

02:28

After this lecture you should be able to draw up Botox from the vial into a 31g insulin needle ready for use.

Test
3 questions
Section 5: Facial aesthetics - which areas to treat and facial anatomy
2 pages

In this lecture, learn how and why we form wrinkles and the common areas that patients want treatment.

01:59

Learn how to assess which cosmetic areas are priorities when treating patients.

Section 6: Anatomy of the face
2 pages

Learn about frontalis, corrugators, procerus and orbicularis oculi muscles and how they cause lines.

Key points covered: What is frontalis and how does it cause forehead lines? What is the glabella? What are crows feet?

06:32

in this presentation, learn where to place Botox injections to treat frown lines and forehead lines.

Key points covered: How many units of Botox are needed to treat the glabella, forehead and crows feet? How deep do I place the needle?

03:48

See how to treat forehead lines with Botox

Test
4 questions
Section 7: Needle technique
00:50

See how to hold a Botox needle for accurate and safe injection.

Safe needle use
00:59
01:25

Learn the different depths of injection for treating the forehead, crows feet and glabella with Botox injections.

Test
3 questions
Section 8: Assessing patients - where to inject
27 pages

Learn how many units of Botox are needed to treat frown lines, forehead lines and crows feet.

Test
6 questions
Patient 1 assessment - where to place injection points
02:05
Section 9: Injecting a patient
02:16

In this video, learn how to assess a patient's movements to help work out which areas to treat with Botox.

05:10

Learn how to assess a face prior to injecting Botox and where to inject safely to avoid ptosis.

02:59

A live demonstration showing Dr Jonathan Brown injecting a patient's glabella with Botox.

Key points covered: How to inject the glabella safely with Botox. What is a ptosis after Botox?

01:30

A live demonstration showing Dr Jonathan Brown injecting a patient's forehead with Botox.

Key points covered: How deep to inject the forehead. Where to treat the forehead with Botox to give a natural result

02:25

A live demonstration showing Dr Jonathan Brown injecting a patient's crows feet with Botox.

Section 10: Aftercare
4 pages

What is 'spocking' after Botox injections? Learn what spocking is and how to correct it

1 page

Key points covered: What am I allowed to do after Botox injections? Can I drink alcohol and exercise after Botox?

Section 11: Consent
1 page

What is consent? And how does it apply to Botox treatments?

Download a consent form for use
2 pages
Section 12: Conclusion to course
00:43

A conclusion to the course and guidance on how to further your career in Botox injecting.

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Instructor Biography

Dr Jonathan Brown, GP, Cosmetic Physician and Medical Educator

I am a General Practitioner and Cosmetic Physician from England. I have been working in Melbourne, Australia for the past 6 years and set up the successful Cityskin Cosmetic Clinic 5 years ago.

I am an educator for Monash University in Melbourne - teaching 4th year medical students on clinical placement and in 2014 received the award for GP educator of the year.

I love to pass on expertise and have trained cosmetic nurses and Doctors in the field of cosmetics. Now it is time to pass on skills to others.

Cosmetics is a hard industry to get into - nobody will give you a break. The courses will help you gain an understanding of anatomy, physiology and learn practical procedures through video and lecture notes.

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