Are you conscious of gaps in your knowledge when it comes to administering dermal fillers?

If you’re not, do you believe there is potential for you to improve your practice techniques? How can you be sure that you’re not simply repeatedly making a mistake in the belief that you’re doing it correctly (particularly if you’ve never received any formal dermal filler training)?

Have a look at the following checklist in order to reassure yourself you know everything you need to know about the following subjects:

How does skin age?
Knowing collagen weak spots on the face will give you a better idea of the most appropriate treatment. It will also give you an idea of the stage your customer is at and where particular problem areas are headed in order for you to give advice and cover-up advance signs of ageing, almost before they occur.

Shelf life of dermal filler products
Do you know the correct way to store dermal fillers? Are you aware of how long they keep, according to their individual ingredients?

Optimal techniques
Your customers might be happy with the results you achieved for them, but are you better than your competitors? What would it take to lure your customers away? Formal dermal filler training at our centre in Cheshire will ensure that you’re on top of your game, providing a lump-free finish.

Anticipating adverse affects
Your customers are trusting you with the medical authority of their care. They expect you to be a safe pair of hands. Not being able to solve problems quickly and effectively when they occur just one time could jeopardise your entire professional reputation. Our training will teach you basic and advanced problem-solving techniques in order to prepare you for almost any eventuality.

Having somebody you can ask advice
Everybody in every profession should have a mentor of some kind, but when the client’s health and appearance is potentially at risk, it’s even more important. The stakes are higher. If you’ve not had dermal filler training, who do you ask for advice? You can hardly call up your competitors. Our Cheshire based dermal filler training course will provide you with contacts who will be happy to offer support once the training is complete.

Are you sure you’re assessing a patient for suitability for treatment thoroughly enough?
You are putting yourself in a vulnerable position if you’re simply providing everyone who enquires with dermal filler treatment. This is particularly the case if an alternative treatment would’ve been more suitable, or you don’t manage your clients’ expectations sufficiently. A bad review will stunt the growth of your business. You should also make a thorough check of each client’s medical history, to ensure no bleeding disorders are present.

Right tools for the job?
There are many dermal filler products on the market, in varying inconsistencies. This is because certain fillers will be more effective on certain areas. One type of dermal filler will not provide optimal results on every part of the face.

Getting the right look
You might look at a client’s face and know exactly what needs to be done to achieve a great look and you can communicate that to a client, but it’s important you also listen to their viewpoint. The feature on their face that is causing them the most concern may not necessarily coincide with your views.

If you’d like to find out more about being at the top of your game and a step ahead of the competition, please get in touch with our Cheshire-based training centre.

We’ll be able to answer all your questions about dermal filler training.