Medical Aesthetics Training with Injectables
Botulinum Toxin Type A (BOTOX®) Dermal Fillers and Sclerotherapy
National Laser Institute has been educating health professionals on non-surgical cosmetic procedures ranging from BOTOX® and Dermal Fillers to laser and light based procedures. We are proud to have the reputation as the leading training center in North America. National Laser Institute will be opening new locations across the country.
Botulinum Toxin Type A (BOTOX®) injections are far and away the most popular cosmetic treatment on the market today. Dermal Fillers are the second most common injectable treatment and Sclerotherapy is also a very effective and popular treatment. Over 4 million cosmetic injectable treatments were performed in 2007. Even in tough economic times more people are turning to BOTOX® and Dermal Fillers to help them feel better, look better and pay much less than surgical face lifts. In the third quarter of 2008 BOTOX® sales rose 13%!!
The course covers both clinical considerations as well as important cosmetic issues that enhance communication between the provider and the client. This course will also inform the participant on how to build a practice and capitalize on the enormous market that now exists in the United States for Botulinum Toxin Type A (BOTOX®), Fillers and Sclerotherapy and how providers are discovering their niches. Below is a list of the course objectives as well as sample agenda for the day. Please feel free to contact us with your questions.
Injectables Overview and BOTOX® Saturday 8:30 am to 6:00 pm
(9 hours of instruction) Aesthetics Overview:
- • Patient Selection Experience and Communication
• The aging process: Why lines/folds occur and how to better treat them.
• History and Science of BOTOX®
• Lunch Seminar: Adding Medical Aesthetics to Your Practice
• Training of the Upper and Lower Face
• Injection Technique
• Risks and Benefits
Dermal Fillers Sunday 8:30 am to 6:00 pm
(9 hours of instruction)
- • Patient selection
• Types of Fillers
• Indications and contraindications
• Lunch seminar: Adding medical aesthetics to your practice
• Folds, wrinkles, and lip enhancement
• Demonstration and hands-on training for cosmetic use of BOTOX®
• Injection technique
• Cosmetic practice building
Sclerotherapy Sunday 8:30 am to 6:00 pm
(9 hours of instruction)
- • Underlying vascular issues
• Why spider veins occur
• Pain consideration
• Pre and Post care considerations
• Combining Laser and Sclerotherapy
• Patient selection history, experience, and communication
• Informed consent
• Injection techniques
• Chart procedure and set up follow-up appointment
Attendees will receive a course manual consisting of marketing tools, necessary supporting forms such as history, consent, and policy/procedure and most importantly a certification of training upon completion of course.
BOTULINUM TOXIN TYPE A AND DERMAL FILLERS OBJECTIVES:
The purpose of this section of the course is to familiarize participants with common Dermal Fillers, injectables, and Botulinum Toxin Type A as well as appropriate techniques for their use.
At the completion of these two days of this training, the participant should be able to:
1. To evaluate the cosmetic patient and provide documentation pertinent to fillers and Botulinum Toxin Type A
2. Describe the physiology of Botulinum Toxin Type A, its uses, and to select the appropriate patients for treatment
3. Explain and practice the applications and techniques of Botulinum Toxin Type A to add predictability and safety to procedures and to obtain the desired result for the patient
4. Identify new techniques and advances in Dermal Fillers and injectables
5. Select the appropriate filler and injectable to recommend to patients
6. Explain the applications and techniques of the filler to add predictability and safety to procedures and to obtain the desired result for the patient
7. Demonstrate and describe the various techniques and different approaches for the use of injectables and Botulinum Toxin Type A
8. Summarize and address procedure assessment and possible complications
9. Assess advances in the field and select opportunities for practice expansion.
Classes are offered every month.
Course Price: $3750
1 day – $1495
2 day – $2750
3 day – $3750
After one day of Sclerotherapy training the student should be able to:
1. Recognize the anatomy and physiology of a Sclerotherapy client
2. Restate basic theory and areas of treatment
3. Describe the epidemiology, development, and classification of venous insufficiency
4. List safety issues and complications and assess indications and contraindications for treatment and proper treatment protocols
5. Acquire the technical skill to perform the injections
6. Develop specific communication techniques to enhance the provider relationship in consultations and treatment settings.