PDO Thread Lift Aesthetic Training

The Aesthetic College of Miami offers the PDO Threads Lift Course in Miami with 8 hours of lecture classes and 4 hours of hands-on, where the participant will apply the knowledge acquired during the classes. It is aimed at medical professionals who wish to venture into the aesthetic medical field, and who have prior knowledge in this area.

In the state of Florida, an active license of MD, DO, nurse practitioner (NP) or physician assistant (PA) is required. Applicants for the course in other areas should review the regulations in this regard. In this course we only accept MD, ARNP, and aesthetic personnel with the corresponding credentials.

 

PDO Threads Lift Course in Miami

Requirements

Medical Professionals

For physicians, nurses and other medical professional who want to offer this services in their medical pand aesthetic practice

Applicants for the State of Florida is required active license of

MD/DO/NP/PA/DDS

Course Outline

Facial Anatomy, PDO mechanism of action, treatment protocols, complications, and Hands-on

Objective

To Know the different types of PDO thread uses in this techniques, apply a safety treatment protocols and prevent complications

Why is PDO Thread Lift?

The use of PDO thread lift in facial aesthetics helps eliminate flaccidity on the face, but it is also used in other areas with discrete results.

This course is aimed at medical professionals who wish to venture into the aesthetic medical field, and who have prior knowledge in this area. In the course that we offer, the techniques of application of the tensor yarns, the selection of the patient and the dermal reaction that occurs from the insertion of these threads are taught. 

The insertion in the skin of the stretches of the thread is a medical procedure that consists of a surgery and can be associated with unwanted side effects, such as infections and rupture of the thread, which require mastery of the anatomy of the skin and especially in the area, where the insertion will be made.The use of threads made of polydioxanone (PDO) produces a tension effect that occurs when the threads inserted in the dermis cause a local reaction with the lifting of the skin, with mechanical effects to stimulate the production of elastin and collagen through cell renewal and neovascularization that help reduce or eliminate wrinkles and fine lines and improve the elasticity and texture of the skin. There are several types of threads that are offered in the market and are used for this procedure.

Course Objective

To Know the different types of PDO thread uses in this techniques, apply a safety treatment protocols and prevent complications

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Course Outline.

Facial Anatomy, PDO mechanism of action, treatment protocols, complications, and Hands-on