24 Furness Quay, Salford M50 3XZ
Reception: 0161 413 8330/ Courses: 0161 413 8335

Become an ICE Model

ICE models

Want to become an ICE model?

Our postgraduate certificate in Non-Surgical Facial Aesthetics students require up to 10 models each, for educational purposes, to help them complete their portfolio in applied clinical practice.

Model Criteria

Between the ages of 18 – 65

No Botulinum Toxin in the last 4 months

No medical contraindications

Male or Female

Any ethnicity

Must be available for the full duration (2 appointments will be given, dates will be provided)

Agree to consent to:

Introductory letter


Photos used for medical and educational purposes

Treatment areas: Forehead lines, crow’s feet lines and glabellar lines

Cost: £100

Frequently Asked Questions

Where will I need to go to get the treatment? 

The treatments will be taking place at ICE Postgraduate Dental Institute and Hospital in Salford Quays. The address is 24 Furness Quay, Salford Quays, Manchester M50 3XZ.

You can arrive by tram (nearest metro stop Salford Quays) or bus (50 and 53). There is also a free car park on the premises. 

How long will my appointment be?

Your appointment can last up to 1 hour and 30 minutes, this will include a consultation to discuss your medical history, a treatment checklist and other consent related matters. 

Who will be injecting me? 

You will be injected with Botulinum toxin (Botox) by either an experienced or non-experienced medical or dental practitioner.

Will there be any supervision? 

Yes. All our mentors are leading aesthetic doctors who actively run their own clinics and are widely known.

How much is it?

The cost of treatment will be £100, regardless of how many areas you get treated.

How do I book a place?

Please contact models@icedental.institute 0161 413 8336 between the hours of 9:00 – 17:00 to receive an allocated time slot. Alternatively, register your interest here for one of our team to get back to you.

How often will I need to come back to ICE for treatment? 

Twice. You will receive treatment on your first visit, and then you will be required to return for a second visit 2 weeks later for a review.