Aesthetics

Module II: Aesthetic Treatments Utilizing Laser And Intense Pulsed Light Applications, Chemical Resurfacing and Cosmeceutical Additives

AESTHETIC Online Module - 2017

Module II - Physician

Only: $2,500.00
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AESTHETIC Online Module - 2017

Module II - Allied Health

Only: $2,250.00
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24hrs online to be completed in a maximum of 90 days

Upon completion of the module, the participant will:

  • Review basic dermatology and the dermatologic conditions requiring aesthetic enhancement including lentigenes (brown spots), telangiectasias (redspots), wrinkles, elastosis (skin laxity), melasma, cellulite, acne, dysplasia, unwanted hair and unwanted veins
  • Understand Fitzpatrick Skin Typing to effectively predict individual patient's reaction to both chemical and light based aesthetic treatments
  • Understand laser physics and the principles of laser and light tissue interactions. This includes a review of selective photothermolysis, ablative skin resurfacing, non-ablative skin resurfacing, fractional skin resurfacing, photodynamic therapy and photomodulation
  • Be conversant in all of the light based aesthetic devices including lasers (KTP, Ruby, Pulsed Dye, Diode, Nd:YAG, Er:YAG, YSGG, CO2), Intense Pulsed Light, and Light Emitting Diodes and the important features in selecting these devices and the appropriate use for each device
  • Understand the best practice standards for the light based treatment of dermatologic conditions requiring aesthetic enhancement including patient selection, patient education, treatment planning, treatment applications, and pre and post procedural care. These conditions include hyperpigmentation, telangiectasias, wrinkles, skin laxity, unwanted hair, unwanted veins, acne, dysplasia and cellulite
  • Review the important safety precautions for aesthetic use of lasers and light for the patient and the aesthetic provider
  • Discuss the potential adverse events when using lasers and light and how to avoid and treat these complications
  • Participate in an interactive session with prominent luminaries performing sate of the art laser and light based treatments on live patients demonstrating appropriate aesthetic enhancements and treatment planning
  • Review the Rubin skin classification system to determine the dermal depth of cosmetic defects requiring correction and understand how to achieve this depth with the various chemical peeling agents
  • Analyze the mechanism of action of the peeling agents used in aesthetic chemical resurfacing including retinols, enzymes, alpha hydroxy acids, beta hydroxy acids, Jessner solution, TCA, phenol, and combination peels
  • Develop effective treatment plans and protocols for dermatologic conditions using aesthetic chemical peeling including patient selection, choosing the ideal peeling agent, patient education, and pre and post peel care
  • Understand best practice standards for the use of chemical peels in aesthetic medicine.
  • Participate in an interactive session with leading aesthetic experts performing chemical peels on live patients for the treatment of aging skin, hyperpigmentation, melasma, and acne
  • Understand the potential adverse events with the aesthetic use of chemical peeling agents and how to avoid and manage these complications
  • Understand the licensure requirements and the central role of an aesthetician in an aesthetic practice
  • Understand the appropriate prescription of daily skin care products to promote optimal skin health in your patients and to ensure excellent results with your aesthetic procedures
  • Develop an in-depth working knowledge of the ingredients in cosmeceutical products including the various retinols, growth factors, peptides, antioxidants, lightening agents, metals, botanicals, vitamins, spf agents, and their mechanism of action in promoting skin health
  • Identify the toxic ingredients contained in many over the counter products
  • Learn how to develop a successful aesthetic practice with the use of light based devices, chemical peels, and cosmeceutical agents with proven technology, products, protocols, pricing strategies and marketing strategies
  • This module will provide expert knowledge in aesthetic light based devices, chemical peels, and cosmeceutical products which, when combined with module V and VI, the intensive clinical hands on training module will enable the attendee to offer true expertise in these areas