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Aesthetic medicine for dental practitioner

 

Course objective:

-- add new knowledge to cosmetic dental practice

-- be able to camouflage mild skeletal defects with non surgical approaches

-- learn injection techniques for skin rejuvenation and wrinkle correction

 

Course duration: 2 days

 

Timings: from 10:00am – 05:00pm

 

Course topics/outline:

First day

-Defining aesthetic medicine

-Live demonstration

-Best total outcome of the patient

-botulinum toxins and its use in cosmetic practice

-Mechanism of action of botulinum toxin

-Facial anatomy

-Indications of botox injections

-Bruxism

-Gummy smile

-Facial reshaping

-Injection techniques

-Complications

-Contraindications

-Video demonstration of site of injections

-Live demonstration

-Dermal fillers

-Indications

-Different types of dermal fillers

-Injection techniques

-Cheeks augmentation

-Lips filling

-Chin augmentation

-Wrinkles correction

-Complications

-Contraindications

-Video demonstration of injection techniques

-Incorporation of aesthetic medicine in our dental practice

Second day

-hands on

 

Who should attend?

Dentists from every specialty

 

Workshop description objective:

live demonstration on botoulinum toxin and dermal fillers injection sites and techniques.

 

Materials needed for workshop:

Botulinum toxin type A (botox, allergen).

Dermal fillers (hyaluronic acid fillers).

 

Course outcome:

. Learning new approaches to skeletal problems.

. Attendees should be able to practice these techniques.

. Better overall cosmetic results for the patient.

     

Duration

2 Days

Credit Hours

12 Hours

Fees

2000 L.E

Course Director

Dr. Dalia El Boghdady