Approx. 24 hours
in person attendance
Licensed Medical Professional
This foundational course provides 40 hours of combined online theory and in person review and hands-on practice. Practitioners will receive a solid introduction to botulinum toxin type A (aka Botox®/ Nuceiva®/ Dysport®/Xeomin®) and leave with an understanding of basic facial anatomy, safe injection techniques, how to assess patients, formulate treatment plans, and avoid complications.
Includes a workbook, required forms, and a certificate of completion.
Please enquire separately for 1:1 training at your clinic location, as prices will vary
- Understand how to inject botulinum toxin to achieve predictable cosmetic results in the upper face.
- Demonstrate knowledge of relevant muscular anatomical landmarks and structures related to botulinum toxin A injections for aesthetic applications.
- Gain extensive hands-on experience integration/clinical applications marking each after precise anatomical landmark identification.
- Develop an understanding of how to improve patient care with botulinum toxin.
- Discuss the importance of documentation and photography.
- Learn the basics of practice integration.
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Introduction to Facial Aesthetics
Botulinum toxin A is often the first procedure in facial rejuvenation treatments. This module reviews beauty ideals, the history of neuromodulators, assessment of patient desires and needs, and appropriate treatment selection and sequence.
Anatomy of the Face & Neck
Review of Botulinum Toxin A
Botulinum Toxin A works by inhibiting the synaptic release of acetylcholine which weakens or ceases muscle contraction. This module will discuss the mechanism of action, basic pharmacology review, clinical indications, potential contraindications, reconstitution and safe handling, and dosing ranges. It will also evaluate the subtle nuances between the currently licensed neuromodulators on the Canadian market.
Consultation and Complications
Patient Assessment & Treatment Planning
Hands on Injecting with Neuromodulators Upper Face
Documentation of the patient’s pre-existing condition, areas injected, and treatment results are critical for proper patient care and evaluation as well as for legal reasons. Documentation guidelines will be reviewed and examples of pre/post treatment instructions and consent forms will be available for review. Photography for medical records will also be reviewed.
This module was designed by professionals with entrepreneurial backgrounds to ensure program graduates can successfully integrate their new skills sets into their existing practices. Clinic set up will be reviewed. You will learn how to introduce your new aesthetics practice into your existing practice, including sales & marketing tips.