Montreal PRP Therapy Training, Advanced Medical Aesthetician Course Launched

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Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy (+1-888-300-6079) has expanded its course selection, adding platelet-rich plasma therapy elements to the advanced cosmetic injection program taught both online and in-person at its Montreal site as well as its other Canada-wide academies.

By expanding its courses in line with the latest PRP treatment methods, Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy continues to provide Canadian students with modern industry-related education. Now included as part of its specialized cosmetic injection course, the academy offers further training on platelet-rich plasma theory and practical usage at its Montreal location.

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With the recent updates, Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy enhances its programs centering on fillers and injections for cosmetic purposes. Specifically, PRP treatments are now covered in the specialist variety of its two injection-based therapy courses, which are distinct from the academy’s more general medical aesthetics programs.

Focusing solely on the safe injection of neuromodulators and agents, Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy provides suitable courses for nurses and physicians. Its advanced program is aimed at those with existing licenses or certifications in the field, seeking to help expand their knowledge of cosmetic injections for clinical and commercial applications.

Alongside platelet-rich plasma therapy, Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy is equipped to teach an extended range of injection types spanning Belkyra and Sculptra aesthetic facial work. Such treatments are popular with patients who are looking to regenerate or revitalize their skin in pursuit of a more youthful appearance – expertise essential for today’s aestheticians.

In order to boost its students’ familiarity and comfort in practicing these therapy types, then, Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy offers a balanced mix of remote, online instruction and on-site tutelage. Course participants have the opportunity to carefully study the theory behind injection treatments before heading to the Montreal academy for four days of in-person teaching.

The education provider places an emphasis on small group sizes and personalized training, giving each student the chance to hone particular skills at a comfortable pace. Its licensed staff supervises practical portions of the course, with participants able to demonstrate their acquired knowledge with clients in a real-world medical aesthetic setting.

An academy representative says: “The goal of this advanced training experience is to give cosmetic injectors the know-how and access to advanced cutting-edge techniques for a range of esthetic conditions concerns.”

Interested parties in and around Montreal can find additional details about the courses offered by Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy at