New botulinum toxin courses to feature before/after videos

0107-Botulinum Toxin

Two new courses on the use of botulinum toxin will take place from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Friday, March 4, and from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 6.

Two new courses, “Basic Botulinum Toxin: Video Instruction and Live Panel Discussion” (C001) and “Advanced Botulinum Toxin: Video Instruction and Live Panel Discussion” (C019) will take place from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Friday, March 4, and from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 6.

“Basic Botulinum Toxin,” will review basic concepts regarding botulinum toxin A, including proper reconstruction, on- and off-label injection techniques, dosing considerations, and strategies to safely achieve optimal results. After the course, attendees should be able to inject FDA-approved reconstituted botulinum toxin A in a safe and appropriate manner with optimal dosing. Attendees should also be able to treat dynamic lines of the glabella, forehead, crow’s feet, lower face, and neck both safely and effectively.

“Advanced Botulinum Toxin” will incorporate 10 renowned experts who will present videos of their patients before treatment so attendees can decide how to treat them. The faculty will then demonstrate their techniques and results while the panel/audience weigh in on the discussion. Challenging areas will be presented, such as the forehead, lower face/lips, jawline, and neck. Other typical complications will also be discussed. Attendees will then decide who earns the title of “Master of Masters 2016.”

Following the course, attendees should be able to demonstrate a mastery of advanced neuromodulator (botulinum toxin) injections on a variety of challenging patients, develop a reproducible plan to evaluate these patients, and differentiate their practice from the crowd.

Attendees can earn 3 CME credits per course; tuition fee and ticket will be required for admission.

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