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Elite Facial Aesthetics | The Essentials: Botox & Dermal Filler Training
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The Essentials: Botox & Dermal Filler Training


History of Botulinum Toxin & Dermal Fillers


The Essentials: Beginners Botox & Dermal Filler Course

Botox Training for Dentist

    • – History of botulinum toxin & Dermal Fillers
    • – Facial Botaxanomy Review
    • – Product Review
    • – Aesthetic Evaluation & Treatment Plan for Patient
    • – Marketing – Fees (Procedure fee vs Units)
    • – Supplies needed to Start Review
    • – Account Set-Up

    Indications for & Technique for Botox Corrections

  • – Frown Lines
  • – Forehead Lifting
  • – Crows feet
  • – Bunny Lines
  • – Eyebrow Arching & Lift
  • – Peach Pit Chin
  • – Gummy Smile

Dermal Filler Enhancements

  • – Insertion Techniques Review
  • – Cheek Augmentation
  • – Temporal Lifting
  • – Hands
  • – Nasiolabial Folds
  • – Superficial lines

Additional Course Objectives

  • Address the growing US/Canada market for aesthetic procedures, in particular BOTOX® Cosmetic and dermal fillers, and how you may capitalize on this demand
  • Review the etiology of the aging face
  • Discuss the pharmacology & physiology of botulinum toxin
  • Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of facial anatomy and physiology as it applies to facial aesthetics
  • Learn about proper storage, safety, handling, and reconstitution of all injectables
  • Describe the cosmetic indications and contraindications of all injectables
  • Discuss various types of dermal fillers: temporary fillers, semi-permanent and permanent fillers
  • Discuss possible complications and how to effectively prevent and/or handle them
  • Learn how to effectively select your dermal filler client and educate him/her
  • Discuss adjunctive treatments, including dermal fillers, PRP, facials, chemical peels, microdermabrasion and cosmetic lasers
  • Learn how to effectively select your BOTOX® Cosmetic client and educate him/her
  • Experience hands-on by treating actual models (‘live’ patients)
  • Receive ample practical tips and resources for immediate implementation in your clinical setting
  • Learn pre-treatment preparation and pain control: dental blocks, nerve blocks, topical anesthesia, vibratory anesthesia, and ice
  • Learn the basic indications and different injection techniques applied to the face