- Thursday 1/27/2022
- Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm; 1:00 - 5:00 pm
- Course Code: 100TH
- Cost: $1400
- Room Location: BCEC Room 157 A
- Credits: 8 CE Hours
The Complete Face: Botox® Training with Cadaver Anatomy Workshop
Designed to give you more than any other Botox® course available, “The Complete Face,” is exactly that – COMPLETE. FACES provides the only Botox® training that includes both upper and lower face indications plus masseter and temporalis in one class. FACES exclusive cadaver review workshop* provides requisite anatomical foundation allowing consolidation of the entire face into one course. No other courses combine cadaver study with live patient training. The uniqueness of The Complete Face saves you time and money eliminating the need for multiple levels of training. Reinvigorate your practice by adding Botox® treatments with this Anatomically Based, Academically Rigorous and Scientifically Driven Seminar™.
Tuition includes 50 units of Botox® Cosmetic. Additional Botox® will be available for purchase at the course.
Only Massachusetts licenses are permitted to inject live patients, as per Massachusetts law.
Attendees are allowed one staff member at $150 per day for the first staff member and $95 per day for each additional staff member. Staff members may not inject. Yankee Customer Service will contact the registered dentist for the name of the staff member attending. All staff members must be registered for Yankee Dental Congress.
At the completion of training, the participant should be able to:
- Identify specific areas of the aging face and features that can be improved by the use of Botox®
- Conduct a thorough patient consultation to evaluate the potential need for and assess the suitability of facial injectables
- Identify muscles of facial expression and muscles of mastication in a human cadaver* specimen
- Acquire the technical skill to perform these injections through hands-on training
- Avoid, recognize and manage adverse events
- Understand CDC guidelines for proper asepsis in medication reconstitution and multi-use vials
- Correctly document treatment – in writing and photographically