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Masters In Aesthetic Medicine – A Review

Updated on April 17, 2018

Masters In Aesthetic Medicine

Aesthetic medicine is one of the fastest growing field with thousands of students keen in applying for courses in aesthetic medicine. But with limited well-recognized good intuitions for this course, it is difficult for everyone to pursue a masters in aesthetic medicine. However, for all those aspirers, here is a brief overview of masters in aesthetic medicine.

Until a decade back or two, it was very difficult for students entering medical field to even think of aesthetic medicine as a career option. Those who went for skin medicine either specialized in plastic surgery or treating specific skin conditions. Aesthetic medicine was not even near anyone’s approach. But with growth in this field over a decade, professionals now find aesthetic medicine as a lucrative career option.

Masters In Aesthetic Medicine students
Masters In Aesthetic Medicine students

Aesthetic Medicine

This is a developing branch of medicines wherein minimal invasive cosmetic treatments are used to enhance patient’s satisfaction to their physical appearance. This is now an individual field and no longer limited to Dermatology and Plastic Surgery. This is mainly about the ways of treating a patient without offering invasive procedures. Anyone from a background of medical can opt for studying aesthetic medicines such as Plastic Surgeons, Dermatologists, Medical Doctors, Nurses, Practitioners, Clinic Managers, etc.

With increasing interest in the field of aesthetic medicines, there is subsequent rise in the institutes too. You can read the Nutralyfe Garcinia Cambogia Review as an example which will be definitely beneficial in this matter. However, there are only few well-established institutions, and I will be talking about two such universities in the UK.

Universities That Offers Masters In Aesthetic Medicine –

Structure Of Masters In Aesthetic Medicine

This course is normally of somewhere between 24 to 36 months depending on the university you choose. This course is especially for the medical students who want to learn more about cosmetic medicine. In this course, you will be ideally learning about these skills –

  • Application of science and skin anatomy in relation with aesthetics.
  • Ability to evaluate patient’s requirement for aesthetic.
  • Application of ethical practice and consent in aesthetic medicine.
  • Know clinical malpractices and legislation of drugs and device manufacturing in aesthetic field.
  • Aesthetic procedures for dermal fillers, rejuvenation techniques, some lasers and botulinum toxin injections.
  • Conduct high quality aesthetic medicine research.

The two years of courses will be mainly around subjects that teach you the above-mentioned skills such as hair biology and treatment, cutaneous physiology and scarring, laser techniques, cosmetically, etc.

Requirements
Requirements

Requirements For Entry

You need to complete your medical or dental degree. The certificate of these degrees from a recognised and approved university is important for getting admission into the master’s degree of aesthetic medicines. A degree is nursing field (not diploma) is also accepted in few universities. However, you need to check the university’s criteria for that.

You should know to write, read and speak English fluently. It is compulsory to score 7+ points in the IELTS exam for an admission in the masters degree of aesthetic medicine.

Overseas student need to have a proper valid travel visa for studying into the universities.

For applying into any university, you need to check the websites for more information.

Pros And Cons
Pros And Cons

Pros And Cons Of Masters In Aesthetic Medicine

This field is a gaining more interest every day. It is seen that people possessing aesthetics skill have much more scope in the coming future.As the field is in big demand and so is the pay scale. You will surely be getting a decent salary after completing your masters in aesthetic medicines. Apart from this, the working hours are very reasonable unlike other medical professions. You have to deal with patients that sometimes hardly take your time. In addition, everything is pre-planned in this profession, and you never get into any emergency cases.

You have to deal with all kind of people, and majority of them will be insecure and unhappy ones. You have to accept that you cannot please everyone in this profession. Plus, people think of aesthetic medicine as not a field of actual medical studies. Or this branch is not given the same importance by others.

The Fellowship Program

Apart from the master degree, one can also think about the fellowship program.Thereare number of benefits with fellowship program like you get training from qualified surgeons, doctors, and trainers in the industry. Along with this, it also provides single day and weekend courses, which serves as the good introductory ones. However, go for the comprehensive training program for better knowledge in the field.

The core principles covered during a fellowship program are –

Skin Rejuvenation

  • Skin Peeling
  • Cosmeceuticals
  • PRP Platelet Rich Plasma
  • Micro-Needling

Botulinum Toxin

  • Wrinkles and Lines
  • Lower Face Indications (Chin Puckering, Mentalis Crease, Droopy Lip Corners)
  • Use in Oro-Facial Pain
  • Migraines and Headaches
  • Platysma Neck Cords and Face-Lift (Nefertiti Procedure)
  • Wide Jaw Reduction
  • Hyperhidrosis

Botox
Botox

Dermal Fillers

  • Skin Rehydration and Mesotherapy Technique
  • Lip Enhancement
  • Lines, Wrinkles and Folds
  • Chin Augmentation
  • Cheek Enhancement
  • Non-Surgical Nose Job
  • Managing Complications

Dermal Fillers
Dermal Fillers

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  • Skin Rejuvenation
  • Facial Slimming
  • Lower Face Lifting
  • Scar and Stretch Mark Improvement (For Face and Body)

The detailed training this course provides is similar to the one you get while doing your masters. The subjects and principles that are covered in both the courses are nearly similar. The fellowship program in aesthetic medicine is comparatively a newer idea, new method of mastering the field by old-fashioned mentorship. Soyou can be an expert in the aesthetic medicines just by completing the fellowship program and getting your certificate, without going for the masters.

This is all you need to know about the aesthetic medicine field, and how you can specialize in it. You can either get mastersdone from the university or opt for the fellowship program in the aesthetic medicine.

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