Nurse Injector Course: NP’s, RN’s, RPN’s & LPN’s

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The cosmetic injectable industry is rapidly growing. Botulinum toxin (ie: Dysport®/Botox®) procedures have grown over 819% from 2000 to 2017*. Are you interested in beginning a career in aesthetic nursing?

PTIFA is currently training a significantly increasing number of nurses from across the world each year. Nurses who enrol in our programs have chosen to invest in anatomy-based training to learn how to achieve predictable results, and avoid negative side effects.

*2017 Statistics Report by the American Academy of Plastic Surgeons.


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Why Nurses?

Aesthetic nursing is a non-publicly funded service, which makes it unique from traditional nursing roles. Here are some of the benefits of aesthetic nursing we have heard from our graduates:

  • Transition to a fun and rewarding nursing role by helping your patients look and feel better
  • Ability to spend more time with patients
  • Ability to exercise your own creativity by helping patients achieve the appearance they want
  • Ability to develop a sustainable and fulfilling career in aesthetics
  • Ability to develop your own client base
  • More flexibility with the opportunity to work autonomously, either in an aesthetic clinic or alongside a medical/dental professional
  • A more relaxed clinical environment working in aesthetic practices vs. hospital/emergency rooms

To begin a successful career in aesthetic nursing and to gain clinical experience, you have to begin with a high calibre of education and learn fundamental skills prior to going into private practice. Investing in training out of pocket is an investment into your professional career and the direction of where you want to take your practice. PTIFA’s courses offer an unprecedented depth of clinical teaching in the field of facial rejuvenation with an emphasis on anatomy and evidence-based learning, clinical efficacy and proficiency, as well as complete practice and team integration. We offer a unique educational format that includes a combination of online courses, hands-on clinical experience and an online Support Study Club.


Dr. Roberts discusses the importance of dental health practitioners opening their minds and beginning to understand how botulinum toxin fits into the diagnostic and treatment armamentarium, thereby improving the well-being of our patients.


Why This Matters for your business.

  1. 90% of negative side effects from botulinum toxin (aka Dysport®/Botox®) are injector related. That’s why we believe that in-depth knowledge of the relevant anatomy is essential, including reviewing facial anatomy in the lab, learning how to locate & mark bony landmarks and facial muscle origins and insertions, permits accurate placement of the drug with no negative side effects. All of our courses are based on 25+ hours of advanced-anatomy learning taught in the Level 1 online course.

  2. Incorporate PTIFA’s proven clinical protocols, including the PTIFA Marking & Injection Techniques and other patient-care practices so that you can offer the highest level of patient care to your patients.

  3. Achieve 99% case acceptance and improve patient care with the Roberts Facial Rejuvenation Photography series (29+ photos).

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