Cosmetic Medical Training announces Dermal Filler Training

Cosmetic Medical Training provides Doctors, Dentists, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and Nurses with dermal filler training throughout the USA.  Cosmetic Medical Training focuses on providing you the most hands-on experience with 5 hours of patient injections per day.  Here is a sample of the type of information that you will learn at one of our filler training courses.

Types of Dermal Fillers

There are many types of Dermal Fillers on the market currently.

They range from the following:


Bovine collagen

Human collagen

Hyaluronic acids

Semi-Permanent & Permanent:

Poly-L-lactic acid

Calcium Hydroxyapatite


There are various risks and benefits associated with each of the Dermal Fillers. One commonality is that Dermal Filler are not type of BOTOX® Cosmetic. It does not relax muscles. It fills in lines and wrinkles.

Hyaluronic Acid

Out of all the types of Dermal Fillers available the type of Dermal Filler that we recommend is Hyaluronic Acid.

Hyaluronic Acid has the following favorable qualities:

Effective, long lasting and degradable

Allergy testing is not required

Similar to normal tissue texture

No special storage requirement

No need for mixing or preparation

Typically it does not migrate nor calcify



Hyaluronic Acid is a component of the extracellular space. In your body, it maintains structure by binding water and increasing volume. It also is a source of protection and lubrication of your tissues. Hyaluronic Acid decreases with age. This is also why it is an ideal dermal filler agent with good bio-compatibility.

In the injectable form it is a polysaccharide compound. It stabilizes in the tissue by cross-linking which increases tissue residency. Unmodified Hyaluronic Acid has half life of 24 – 48 hours. Other medical uses of uncross-linked Hyaluronic Acid include injections in to joints or formulations on topical products. Hyaluronic Acid binds water after injection and increases the tissue volume. Cross-linked Hyaluronic Acid also induced fibroblasts to produce endogenous collagen.

Due to its ease of use and profile, we recommend Hyaluronic Acid over other type of filler material. We don’t recommend the use of permanent fillers until you have mastered the skills required for Dermal Filler injection. Also permanent filler placement and appearance can become distorted due to the aging process over time.

You will learn the above information and more in our filler training course. Each dermal filler training course is offered monthly in many different cities at a reasonable cost. Go to our website to learn more and register today.

Since 2006, Cosmetic Medical Training has provided training to Doctors (MD/DO), Dentists, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and Nurses in Botox® training and Dermal Filler training.

Our approach to learning focuses on providing you the most hands-on experience (over 5 hours of live patient injections per day). The didactic materials are provided once you register online so that you may study them before you arrive, allowing us to condense our didactic review time and focus on the hands-on experience.

After the training course, you will be given a certificate of completion that is recognized by the vendors of various aesthetics products and malpractice insurance companies. All relevant forms and vendor information will also be provided to help you start your aesthetics practice.

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