Wrinkle relaxing injections (Botox) and dermal fillers are the fastest growing non-invasive cosmetic treatments worldwide. But have you made room for these treatments in your dental practice? If not, here is why you should consider adding them to your list of services:


Although Botox and dermal fillers were first integrated into the practices of cosmetic dermatologists, doctors and surgeons, these treatments are now being performed by nurses, practitioners and even medical assistants.

As dentists, you are definitely true specialists in facial anatomy, in some cases much more so than other medical professionals. Your training in the oral and maxillofacial areas is so very advanced; you spend every day working with the facial, peri-oral and oral areas, and are much better positioned to take care of any complications within these areas than other healthcare professionals, purely down to your knowledge.


There was a time when implants were not considered to have a place in some dental practices because this discouraged dentists from actively trying to save the patient’s teeth. Teeth-whitening was also frowned upon initially, but is now one of the most popular treatments in cosmetic dentistry. Aesthetic injectable treatments such as botulinum toxin and dermal fillers are now becoming just as valuable within dental practices, with many patients choosing to see dentists for these anti-ageing procedures due to their extensive knowledge working with the face.


Did you go to the Professional Dentistry Show (North) on 4th and 5th November? We did, and it was fantastic. If you missed out, don’t worry – there is a London show at Olympia in January. The Professional Dentistry Show attracts over 1,500 professionals and is an absolute must for business development opportunities. Find out more information here.


If you are currently offering injectable treatments within your dental practice, we are confident that we can help you. We are an online supplier of prescription and aesthetic injectables, providing the most competitive prices of high-quality products with very low volume orders. You can view our product list or register with us here. If you’re not yet offering these treatments in your dental practice, but are looking for a bit more information, then please feel free to contact us at any time for advice – we are happy to help! We have also compiled a comprehensive list of recommended training courses, including training for administering Botox and dermal fillers.