Wigmore Medical Training and Sinclair Pharma are delighted to confirm that they will be working in association to provide you your recognised Sculptra training.
Sculptra is a long-lasting treatment that can smooth deep lines, wrinkles and restore facial volume lost to the body’s natural ageing process. Sculptra is an injectable volumising treatment that stimulates the build up of the body’s own collagen.
The treatment must be performed by specially trained medical professionals including, Doctors, Dentists and Registered General Nurses.
You will be trained by one of Sculptra’s recognised UK Trainers and will receive a certificate of self competency from Sculptra after training. This enables you to be a registered practitioner with Sculptra and to purchase product.
Your model will follow you through the training programme, receiving treatment by you on the training day. Delegates are asked to provide their own model.
Over the course of your training you will learn how to correct deep folds between the nose and the mouth (nasolabial folds), folds around the corners of the mouth (marionette lines), sunken cheeks, wrinkles and lines in the cheeks or chin and deep scars.
The morning of your initial training course will involve a theory session and demonstration by the trainer. After the trainer’s demonstration you will receive an hour of practical training with your model.
The training is held in very small groups, a maximum of four delegates will be on the course, allowing you plenty of quality time with the trainer.
At the end of your training you will receive a self-competency certificate while your name and contact details will be included on the Wigmore Medical website’s ‘Find a practitioner in your area’ facility for Sculptra.
The Refresher Day
This is a fully hands-on day for delegates who have received previous training, and not necessarily through Wigmore Medical. The areas covered are:-
Consensus on dilution; Storage (fridge or no); Optimum time from dilution; When to add lidocaine;
Zones to treat and not to treat; Consensus on time between treatments; How to diagnose delayed onset nodule versus granuloma; Consensus on post procedure massage (how often and how long for?); Management options for complications; Client selection (who not to treat and why); Consensus on maintenance planning.