Botulinum Toxin Specialty Training

Course Outline

This advance course includes neck lift, lip flip, gummy smile, hyperhidrosis protocols

Objective

Know the different types of botulinum toxin and its dilution

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Botulinum Toxin specialty training

The course includes the application of botulinum toxin in specialty areas such as neck lift, lip flip, gummy smile, hyperhidrosis treatment protocols. In addiction the selection of the client, the diagnosis according to the degree of aging of the skin, the anatomy of the facial muscles, the function and the effect that occurs in each of them and the application of the toxin.

The cosmetic application of botulinum toxin is in great demand in the population and many people refer to this drug as Botox, an Allergan brand approved by the FDA. The application of this medication is a medical procedure and must be administered by a professional licensed and trained. This course is for those professionals who want to add this type of service in their practices. Regulations on the application of botulinum toxin are not uniform for all states and countries and, because of this, the potential participant should review the current regulations in their areas. In Florida, only licensed MD, DO, NP and PA can administer these products.

Our address is : 

4953 SW 74 Ct
 Miami Fl 33155

Our Office Hours are From 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM Monday to Friday

Course Objective

  • Know the different types of botulinum toxin and its dilution.
  • Understand the anatomy, the mechanism of formation of wrinkles and the therapeutic approach of them.
  • Learn to differentiate static, dynamic wrinkles and correct patient selection.
  • Manage and solve the most common complications associated with this type of procedure.
  • Promote excellence and good practice in the field of Aesthetic Medicine, to practice professionally with scientific rigor, quality and effectiveness.

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Course Outline.

History of botulinum toxin. Types of botulinum toxin present in the market. Detailed anatomy of the upper third of the face and dangerous areas. Indications and contraindications of the procedure. Evaluation and selection of the patient. Review of the sterile technique in the application of botulinum toxin. Safety tips and how to avoid complications. Adverse reactions and their management. Live patient training, including diagnosis, treatment planning and adequate dose of botulinum toxin. Informed consent is necessary to begin treating patients immediately. Individualized and comprehensive training in model patients and hyperrealistic simulators.