Next class dates: February 18 + 19, April 15 + 16, May 20 + 21, June 24 + 25
(2 hrs – didactic and hands-on)
Please call 508-799-7767 to schedule your class.
*MUST complete prior to receiving certification for Introduction to Neurotoxin Treatment in Facial Aesthetics or Introduction to Dermal Filler Treatment in Facial Aesthetics)
This didactic lecture will review the most common complications associated with neurotoxin and dermal filler treatments. Students will learn the etiology of complications and how to identify a potential complication in practice. In addition, students will be instructed on how to reduce the potential forcomplications and to competently provide the corrective action required to resolve the identified complication(s). Following the didactic lecture, individuals seeking certification who have already taken the Introduction to Neurotoxin Treatment in Facial Aesthetics and/or the Introduction to Dermal Filler Treatment in Facial Aesthetics course, will have an opportunity to complete the hands-on practicum. Once successful completion of the hands-on practicum has been determined by the instructor, students will receive the associated certification. Managing complications is an extremely valuable part of providing safe and effective care to patients, thus, all aesthetic practitioners are encouraged to attend this training, despite previous training and/or experience.
Please note: Those that seek to receive the training but do not require certification, may leave following the didactic portion of the training.This course is aimed to assist practitioners to understand, treat, and ultimately preventpotentialcomplications for aesthetic patients. RIMA and its affiliates do not take responsibility to inaccurate diagnosis, treatment, or management of complications that may occur following the treatment of this course.
Please note:Advanced use of neurotoxins will require additional training. For all hands-on practicum training, students are required to bring their own model.
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