£1280 + VAT

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Advanced Dermal Filler Training

The investment in this course is £1280 +VAT 

This is a one day practical course with home study to be completed prior to the course.

Our advanced dermal filler training is for medical professionals and non-medical clinicians who want to expand their knowledge of dermal fillers even further. A comprehensive understanding of facial anatomy as well as practical experience with dermal fillers is necessary to effectively incorporate these new procedures in your practice.

This dermal filler course will give you the confidence and refined skills you need to perform advanced dermal filler treatments safely and precisely while creating the best results for your clients. It will also guide you through every step of the process, from consultation and treatment techniques to handling rare complications and looking after your patients in the long term. A big part of the course consists of practical hands-on tuition, where you’ll be taught how to perform advanced dermal filler techniques and treatments on real patients.

If you want to take your clinic to the next level and perform advanced dermal filler treatments on your clients, this training course in Cardiff is for you.

This advanced dermal filler course is open to medics and non-medics. However, due to the precision and injection techniques required, you should have some previous dermal filler experience.

We recommend trainees should have:

  • Completed a foundation botulinum toxin and dermal filler foundation course (with any training provider); and
  • Have at least two to three months of experience in performing the procedures covered in the basic course.