Medical aesthetics,  which extend a healthy lifespan and good looks, are taking center stage at many health care offices, health clubs, hair salons and spas. In fact the 21st Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging and Aesthetic Medicine Expo showed significant growth this year, supporting the increase in popularity of offering these services.

Both booths and attendees were up from last year, and that  is because there is more of a focus on education in the field of medical aesthetics.

Offering Botox injections, laser treatments and derma fillers, to name a few, can grow your income and increase business. These medical treatments are becoming more common for middle and high income individuals who are interested in looking and feeling their best.

Doctors are starting to learn more about what medical aesthetics can do for their practice and even for themselves.

Medical aesthetics is definitely a growth industry. Baby boomers are getting older and trying to fight age every inch of the way. Additionally, younger adults now understand that aging is not preventable but you can definitely slow it down.

There is an increasing interest in the applied health sciences and clinical aesthetics educational courses. At the Aesthetic Institute of Massachusetts, the spectrum of educational offerings is very broad giving you different options for offerings in your business. Contact the Aesthetics Institute of Massachusetts.