Aging medicine and facial aesthetics course

Duration
16 hours -2 days
Location
Miami
Faculty
Dr. Hector Descamps, Dra. Melvis Anaya, Dra. Zainela Laborde
Vacancies
3 students

Aging medicine and facial aesthetics course

Duration
16 hours -2 days
Location
Miami
Faculty
Dr. Hector Descamps, Dra. Melvis Anaya, Dra. Zainela Laborde
Vacancies
3 students
Goals
PREPARED TO EXERCISE

Know the clinical bases of aging and the functional hormonal changes that occur.

Train professionals in the clinical bases of aging and in practice with real patients in the application of filler and Botulinum toxin.

Give medical professionals the knowledge, skills and techniques necessary to practice in the area of facial Aesthetic Medicine.

Provide practical experience with real patients, using today’s most in-demand treatments and materials.

Provide protocols and clinical practice guidelines that must be followed in Aesthetic Medicine.

Method
TWO INTENSIVE DAYS OF PRACTICE

This workshop takes an extremely practical approach. Every topic is introduced with a brief theoretical explanation and later developed in depth, while the professor performs techniques on actual patients.

Learning from experienced professors as they perform techniques on real patients makes it possible to compare and contrast theoretical knowledge.

This is very helpful for professionals who are just getting started as well as those who have been practicing aesthetic medicine for some time.

ONE TO ONE: YOU PRACTICE ON REAL PATIENTS

As for students, being able to practice ONE TO ONE on model patients under the guidance of the professor provides the level of confidence necessary to apply what they’ve learned once the course is over.

Students will receive all documentation, a uniform and necessary work material, as well as a memory stick with all workshop content.

Once the course is over, students have access to personalised tutoring and a follow-up on what they’ve learned.

90% Practice
Summarized academic program

THEORETICAL BLOCK

Introduction to the medicine of aging.
– Fundamental basics
– Description of the functional and hormonal changes. Metabolic approach.
– Female and male hormones. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapies
– Latest research related to aging therapies.
– How to recognize and treat nutritional and hormonal deficiencies.

Aging preventive facial treatments.

Filler application.
– Anatomical revision applied to aesthetic medicine. Dangerous areas.
– Diagnosis and key concepts: Planes, axes and symmetry.
– Fillers. Resorbable materials.
-Concept and selection criteria.
-Specific elements and materials in facial modeling.
-Anatomic reference points for the approach of the different facial areas.
– When to use a cannula or needle?
– Infiltration techniques and advanced use. Linear technique, fan, tracing, tunneling, deposit, point to point.
– Action protocols and tools to achieve a natural result.
– How to restore facial volumes.
– Mentoplasty

Structure of the lips:
-Volume.
-Definition of the vermilion border.
-Definition of the filter crest.
– Elimination of mouth corners.
– Pre and post treatment care.
– Clinical session on unwanted effects and complications of fillers.
– General information on materials and suppliers.

Botulinum Toxin Application.
– Basic concepts of Botulinum Toxin. Functional anatomy of the face and muscle groups.
– Diagnostic method and patient management. Key tools.
– Types of toxin. Which is the ideal one for my query.
– Importance of exploring facial dynamics for the correct selection of treatment. Marking the area.
– Botulinum Toxin as a preventive treatment for aging.
– Personalized treatment and practical aspects for optimal results.
– Preparation techniques and units of Botulinum Toxin. Dilution and dose per point depending on the diagnosis.
– Tightening effect on the position of the eyebrows to achieve greater elevation.
– How to get a clear look.
– Correction of blepharochalasia.
– Injection patterns Antimephisto Points.
– Selection of the security zone that we should not treat to avoid unwanted effects.

Pre and post treatment care.
Complications.

PRACTICAL BLOCK

90% practical where the student is the protagonist.
Each subject of theoretical content will be addressed in the work area.

Once the basic concepts of the advanced application of Fillers have been obtained, the practical workshop with model patients will be given, under the supervision of the training physician.

If the doctor requests it, you can bring your own model patient to carry out your practices.

Requirements
  • University degree in medicine.
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