Our combined injectables training package offers the ideal introduction to toxins and fillers, equipping you with the knowledge and skills necessary to deliver these popular treatments in clinic. With no more than 4 delegates per session and led by leading experts in their fields, this unique blended training course will take you through the required knowledge and practical skills as you embark on your journey in aesthetic medicine.
With the theoretical component to be completed on our online learning management system prior to the practical training, you will be able to learn the theory at your own pace and then attend a full day of practical training, covering botulinum toxins in the morning and dermal fillers in the afternoon.
What will this course cover?
- History and pharmacology of toxins and fillers
- Patient assessment and administration of toxins and fillers
- Treatment of facial areas to include cheek and perioral areas, lips, nasolabial and marionette lines
- Complication avoidance and management
- On-label treatment of facial areas
- Post treatment management
What areas to be treated in the hands-on session?
Botulinum Toxins–Forehead, Glabella & Peri-orbital
Dermal fillers–Cheek, Lips, Peri-oral, Nasolabial & Marionette lines
Why should you attend?
This combined injectable training course is ideal for those getting started as an aesthetic medical practitioner, and the blended learning experience will be guided by expert trainers who are also leading aesthetic practitioners. Attending this course will boost your confidence in administering toxins and fillers treatments and you will also benefit from practicing with some of the leading dermal fillers and botulinum toxins available at Wigmore Medical.
Combined Injectables Training Package
The introductory toxins and fillers training courses are available as separate courses, however if you are just starting out in aesthetics, it is recommended that you attend this combined injectables course as it offers a comprehensive learning experience a discounted rate.
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