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Dermal Filler Training for Physicians and Nurses Online Course Continuing Education CE

 

Dermal Filler Training for Physicians Dentists and Nurses Online Course (8 CE Hours) S17C

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Dermal Filler Training for Physicians and Nurses Online Course (8 CE Hours) S17C

This course is approved for continuing education by the NCEA Commission on Accreditation (COA) and by state licensing boards in D.C., Iowa and Oregon. (Please click this link to see specific information about State Requirements for Estheticians & Cosmetologists.)

Description:
Cosmetic injections have surged in popularity because it is a non-invasive and non-surgical treatment to help correct the effect of aging process and the environment on the face. Botox and facial fillers are the two most popular injectable options to help treat common facial concerns.

Dermal fillers are used to restore volume to areas of the skin surface, particularly on the face. These fillers can be effective at lessening the appearance of fine wrinkles, crow's feet, nasolabial folds and melomental folds. Dermal filler is also used to restore volume loss in the back of the hands.

As we grow older, collagen production decreases and our skin begins to sag, create lines from hyperfunctional muscles, and show signs of damage from the sun, environment, and our lifestyles. Dermal fillers temporarily reverse the resulting lines by smoothing lines, filling wrinkles, improving volume loss, and correcting facial asymmetries.

In this aesthetic training course, cosmetic surgeon Dolores Kent, MD, demonstrates how to inject dermal fillers for cosmetic treatment of:
•    Horizontal forehead lines
•    Glabellar frown lines
•    Crow's feet
•    Tear trough
•    Nasolabial folds
•    Vertical lip lines
•    Marionette lines
•    Lip definition
•    Lip augmentation
•    Chin lines
•    Mentalis
•    Scars
•    Asymmetry

In this video, Dr. Kent also explains:
•    Dermal filler product options
•    Dermal depth
•    Contraindications and precautions
•    Filler injection guidelines

This course is worth 8 CE Hours

Presenter:
Dolores Kent, M.D., F.A.C.O.G., is a board certified Harvard Medical School graduate, gynecologist, cosmetic surgeon and has been in private practice in Los Angeles for over 20 years. Dr. Kent is board certified by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery (AACS) and a member of the American Society of Liposuction Surgery (ASLS) and the International Society of Cosmetogynecology (ISCG). She runs a private practice – GyneSpa – in Los Angeles Beverly Hills area, offering a unique combination of gynecological and cosmetic services, including cosmetic fillers and liposuction alongside routine gynecological check-ups. Her practice includes many high profile patients, such as actors and actresses, businessmen and women, political figures, as well as patients from all walks of life.

Course Objective:

After completion of this continuing education course, you will be able to:
•    Define dermal fillers
•    Discuss the different types of dermal fillers
•    Discuss tissue stimulators, durability and on-and off-label usage
•    Discuss injection guidelines, depth, other variables, techniques and discomfort
•    List eleven contraindications for dermal fillers
•    List eight side effects from dermal fillers
•    Discuss after treatment care
•    Demonstrate a full procedure of dermal filler injections of the tear trough
•    Demonstrate a full procedure of dermal filler injection of the glabellar frown lines
•    Demonstrate a full procedure of dermal filler injections of the horizontal forehead lines
•    Compare the results two weeks after treatment for tear trough, glabellar frown lines and horizontal forehead lines
•    Demonstrate a full procedure of dermal filler injections of the crow’s feet
•    Demonstrate a full procedure of dermal filler injection of the nasolabial folds
•    Demonstrate a full procedure of dermal filler injections of the marionette lines
•    Compare the results two weeks after treatment for crow’s feet, nasolabial folds and marionette lines
•    Demonstrate a full procedure of dermal filler injections of the lip lines
•    Demonstrate a full procedure of dermal filler injection of the lip definition & augmentation
•    Compare the results two weeks after treatment for the lip lines and lip definition & augmentation
•    Demonstrate a full procedure of dermal filler injections of the chin lines & mentalis
•    Demonstrate a full procedure of dermal filler injection for scars
•    Demonstrate a full procedure of dermal filler injections for asymmetry
•    Compare the results two weeks after treatment for chin lines & mentalis, scars and asymmetry
•    Explain risks associated with dermal fillers
•    Identify the vascular anatomy of the face
•    Explain adverse vascular events from dermal filler injections
•    Discuss severe complications leading to visual impairment, blindness or stroke
•    Identify additional safety measures to avoid unintentional injection into a blood vessel
•    List the top 10 most commonly reported patient problem codes from dermal filler serious injury reports
•    Describe informed decision-making for patients
•    List approved dermal fillers and indications for use
•    Describe filler material types and associated considerations
•    Discuss different injection techniques
•    List the benefits of post-procedure monitoring
•    Define 60 terms relevant to BOTOX® injections
•    Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 75% or higher

Customer Reviews
“I loved the different techniques the doctor, Dolores Kent, explained in the video. I enjoyed reading the FDA Executive Summary General Issues Panel Meeting on Dermal Fillers. I found it is very interesting and informative to us in MedSpa.” Rosa C.

“I liked taking this course. It made me feel informed, smarter and empowered. When I go in for my services, I will know what is happening even with my eyes closed. Keep offering more classes. This is a great way to do it.” Jennifer H.

“I loved it! I look forward to taking a few more as time and resources allow. I think it was thorough and presented without unnecessary distraction. I appreciate the video/audio accompanied with the content written out below it.” Corina S.

“I truly enjoyed watching these videos as this is something I plan to train in as a future nurse.” Fabiola M.

“My current knowledge is registered massage therapy. I have a vast knowledge of the body and tissues. Going into this program I did not know how I would be following the course. After started the first unit I immediately had a better understanding even with my lack of knowledge with fillers. Even though this is a program that I will not be able to practice in my field I am super confident in my knowledge of different fillers and terminology used in the cosmetic community. I was genuinely intrigued and thought it was a wonderful course. I feel the knowledge I gained is substantial…” Brittany W.

“I have some general knowledge of dermal fillers being an Esthetician. I found this course very interesting and informative. This course provided a lot of insight for me. I understand the contraindications better and see and understand the knowledge and precision needed to safely administer fillers.” Pamela R.

“It's a good introductory class for aestheticians and medical staff who is interested in pursuing a career in injectables to learn what it entails and get basic information. I learned a lot and now I feel comfortable and confident talking to patients and other professional peers about fillers.” Monica G.

“Its a great course, well articulated.” Charles K.

 

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