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Botox Training for Nurses, Dentists and Physicians Online Injector Course (10 CE Hours)


Botox Training for Nurses, Dentists and Physicians Online Course (10 CE Hours)


Online Botox Training for Nurses, Dentists and Physicians Course

This is the best Botox training course if you are a doctor, nurse injector, medical aesthetician or dentist. Learn cosmetic injection treatments instantly online & get your certificate at Jumozy. Learn how to perform Botox cosmetic treatments to reduce lines and wrinkles on the face and neck, lift the eyebrows and correct facial asymmetries and gummy smiles.

Get ready to master these skills and elevate your practice!

This online Botox course includes 1 hour and 55 minutes of step-by-step injector training videos, online exams and a certificate of completion.

Dolores Kent, MD, a board-certified Harvard Medical School graduate, cosmetic surgeon, gynecological surgeon, medical director and gynecologist demonstrates the Botox injection techniques.

This course provides step-by-step instructions on botulinum toxin injection procedures and advice on managing common issues seen in follow-up visits. Each section focuses on a single procedure and reviews all relevant anatomy, including target muscles and their functions and muscles to be avoided. The locations of the appropriate injection sites and the injection techniques are clearly identified to help practitioners perform the procedures more effectively and minimize complication risks.

The instructional videos cover treatments in the upper third of the face for frown lines, horizontal forehead lines, and crow's feet procedures. Subsequent sections cover more advanced face and neck procedures and the treatment of vertical platysmal bands and correcting facial asymmetry.

Cosmetic injections have surged in popularity because they are a non-surgical treatment to help minimize the effects of the aging process on the face. Botox injections and facial fillers are the two most popular injectable aesthetic procedures.

In this injector training course, cosmetic surgeon Dolores Kent, MD, demonstrates how to inject Botox for the cosmetic treatment of:

  • Glabellar Frown Lines
  • Horizontal Forehead Lines
  • Temporal Brow Lift
  • Crow’s Feet (Lateral Canthal Lines)
  • Lower Eyelids
  • Nasalis (Bunny Lines)
  • Vertical Lip Lines
  • Gummy Smile
  • Marionette Lines (Depressor Anguli Oris)
  • Dimpled Chin (Mentalis)
  • Horizontal Neck Lines
  • Vertical Platysmal Bands
  • Facial Asymmetry

In the step-by-step injection training videos included in this course, you will learn:

  • Botulinum toxin - What it is and how it works
  • How to store and reconstitute Botox
  • Contraindications and precautions
  • Injection guidelines to perform the procedures more effectively and minimize complications
  • Facial and neck anatomy

Course Objectives:

After completion of this continuing education course, you will be able to:

  • Explain how Botox works and how it is used in cosmetic injection treatments
  • Describe how to store and reconstitute Botox
  • Review injection guidelines for botulinum toxin treatments, including injection points, target muscles and their functions, dosing, and diffusion of toxin
  • List the contraindications and precautions for Botox injections, including possible side effects and muscles and arteries to be avoided
  • Identify two ways to treat ptosis of the upper eyelid
  • Identify possible complications and associated adverse events due to incorrect needle placement
  • Learn how to do Botox injection treatments for glabellar frown lines, horizontal forehead lines, and temporal brow lift
  • Learn how to do Botox injection treatments for crow’s feet, lower eyelid lines, nasalis bunny lines, and vertical lip lines
  • Learn how to do Botox injections for gummy smile, mouth frown, and apple dumpling chin
  • Learn how to do Botox injections for horizontal neck lines, vertical platysmal bands and facial asymmetry
  • Understand the anatomy of the face and neck, its structure and function, including where each muscle originates and inserts
  • Define clinical terms relevant to Botox injection procedures 


Dolores Kent, MD, FACOG, is a graduate of Harvard Medical School. She is board-certified as a Gynecologist, Gynecological Surgeon, and Cosmetic Surgeon.

She excels in cosmetic surgery as well as minimally invasive surgical procedures.

She managed and was a Surgeon at a busy, thriving gynecological, surgical, and cosmetic practice in Beverly Hills, California. She served as Owner, President, Primary Surgeon and Gynecologist. She served on several committees at Cedars Sinai Medical Center and taught resident physicians. She developed GyneSpa - a combined surgical, gynecological and cosmetic clinic for the "complete woman".

Renowned globally for her excellent healthcare and cosmetic offerings, Dr. Kent has provided services to men and women in Dubai, Gabon, Haiti, Guatemala, Germany, Australia, and other countries. Additionally, her reach extends to charitable services to women in countries that lack proper healthcare.

She received her Fellowship status after performing a large number of cosmetic procedures, including liposuction, facial cosmetic enhancement procedures, vaginal rejuvenation, lipoabdominoplasty procedures, and others. She has lectured at cosmetic meetings and authored many articles about cosmetics and cosmetic surgery. She has also appeared on several television and radio shows presenting information about general nutritional health and cosmetics.

Dr. Kent is a member of the American Society of Liposuction Surgery (ASLS) and the International Society of Cosmetogynecology (ISCG).

Approved By:

This course is approved for continuing education by the National Coalition of Estheticians Association (NCEA) Commission on Accreditation (COA) and by state licensing boards in D.C., Iowa, and Oregon. See specific information about state licensing continuing education requirements for Estheticians.

Customer Reviews:

“The course was very informative and it was great to have the information in writing. Also great to have a visual video to know how to perform each service. The doctor was very clear and well spoken and the camera angles were clear for good visual learning. I do not like a lot of “fluff” so I really appreciated that the information in each unit was concise and factual. I liked the pictures of the anatomy and then the doctor points to the location and describes locations again, using a real person. Concise information and good visual pictures to explain muscles. Good model choice for gummy smile because it was very evident and interesting to see the results from Botox. The exams were short, but thorough, hitting main points. Easy to use testing interface.” Jana M., Registered Nurse

“Very easy to follow, great intro to Botox. It was great to have the intro followed by outline/course objectives. The videos were relaxed paced so I didn’t feel rushed to memorize details and I could focus on watching the techniques being used. I was not familiar with the muscles in the face and was concerned that the modules would move too quickly, but your method of focusing on one portion of the face at a time worked well. It was helpful that the course progressed from simple to more complex, ending with the list of terms to study.” Lynn A., RN

“Easy straight forward training, I liked the music. The course was easy to understand, the length of the videos were not overwhelming and were clear. I feel the quizzes were good and not too long. The course is great...” Biviana A., Nurse Practitioner

“I enjoyed watching the videos of the actual Botox injection application. The course is perfect for aestheticians who want to know about Botox and get a general idea or knowledge of how it works. It was also a great review of the facial and neck muscles.” Monica G., Licensed Esthetician

“Very nicely done. The course was great … and very detailed.” Setina A., LPN

“I was completely satisfied with the class. The short videos were perfect with important information about Botox injections. I retain more information by watching educational videos. It complements the information written in each module. I have already suggested to my esthetician friends to take this guide to Botox injections so they can educate their clients better.” Rosa C., CIDESCO Diplomat, Licensed Esthetician, Laser Practitioner

“... it was thorough and informative.” Cidney C., Skin Care Professional

“I like how each chapter was short. As well as videos included. Great for people with short attention spans. And allows to me to take breaks standing up in between chapters.” Christy T., Student

“I really loved it, it was a challenge, but definitely helpful...” Tyisha D.



... The videos were outstanding.

~ Sarah S.

I really enjoyed this course, and feel like I learned a lot.

~ Rebecca H.

... I found the course very informative and well outlined.

~ Keith C.