Botox (OnabotulinumtoxinA) is a popular cosmetic treatment that is routinely administered by plastic surgeons or dermatologists. However, in some states, nurses, nurse practitioners, or physician assistants may also be allowed to give Botox injections. Before receiving a Botox injection, it is important to ask your provider if they are legally allowed to do so in your state. Board-certified plastic surgeons, such as Dr.
Majewski, are the safest and smartest choice for facial injections due to their extensive education, training and experience. Beauticians are not allowed to inject Botox, as it is not within their scope of practice. Most patients want their injectable treatments to leave them looking healthy, revitalized and rested, but still natural and age-appropriate. Amber's role as a business owner and doctor provides a wealth of knowledge to novice injectors.
He has years of experience in injectables and an artistic eye to achieve the most aesthetic results. You are eligible for Botox injections if you are a medical professional, such as a doctor or nurse. Majewski has been performing facial injections for more than 17 years and has been named Best Plastic Surgeon by readers of Jonesboro Occasions magazine for 6 consecutive years. He understands that facial injections are not one-size-fits-all and need to be tailored to each patient's goals, facial anatomy and physiology, medical history, unique aging process, and other factors that can affect their results.
Botox can only be purchased and stored for final use by medical professionals authorized by regulatory authorities to do so, such as doctors (doctors of medicine and osteopathy), dentists and nurses with additional training. If you are looking to start a career in the field of medical aesthetics, APT injection training is a great place to begin. Once you have obtained the necessary educational and licensing credentials for your career path, you can apply for certification to administer Botox injections. When looking for the right type of doctor for you, make sure they are qualified and experienced in administering Botox injections.
Ideally, your dermatologist or plastic surgeon should handle the injections and be present in case any medical complications arise. Health professionals use botulinum toxin by diluting it in saline and injecting it directly into the skin or muscles.