Both individual and group training courses are available.
Training courses cover the following topics:
Discussion of basic textbooks, information about industry congresses and distributors of equipment necessary to perform aesthetic medicine treatments. Discussing the list of things necessary in an aesthetic medicine office.
Discussing the course of the first visit to an aesthetic medicine doctor’s office – initial conversation, physical examination, patient card, medical photography. Basic issues regarding the assessment of aesthetic facial defects (asymmetries, skin type, facial expressions).
How to objectify the advancement of aging processes – discussion of existing scales, including: Glogau scale, Fitzpatrick scale, Merz scale.
What is mesotherapy? History of mesotherapy. Presentation of techniques and substances used in mesotherapy. Detailed knowledge of face and body mesotherapy preparations – possibilities of their use in specific indications, mechanism of action. Possibilities of revitalization, restoring hydration, smoothing out fine wrinkles on the face using multi-component mesotherapy preparations. Selection of treatment to the patient’s needs.
What is injection lipolysis? Discussion of the effects of sodium deoxycholate and phosphatidylcholine. In what areas of the body do we use injection lipolysis? How is the treatment performed and how to increase its effectiveness? Dosage, indications and contraindications to the procedure.
Patient analysis, planning of the procedure and carrying out the treatment with the selected preparation.
Discussion of the properties of botulinum toxin type A. Possible applications of botulinum toxin type A in aesthetic medicine. Indications and contraindications to treatment with botulinum toxin. Side effects. Post-operative complications – treatment and possibilities of their correction (Mephisto effect, drooping eyelids, asymmetry, lymphedema).
Discussion of botulinum toxin preparations available on the Polish market. Procedures for dilution, storage and administration of botulinum toxin.
Discussion of the anatomy of facial muscles.
Basic issues regarding aesthetic defects – transverse forehead wrinkles, glabellar wrinkles, crow’s feet. Eyebrow arches and the possibilities of raising and lowering them.
Hyperhidrosis – division, treatment methods and methods of diluting the preparation.
Patient analysis, procedure planning and execution of the procedure
What is platelet-rich plasma?
How to use preparations obtained from the patient’s blood to revitalize the skin.
What are the indications and individual treatment protocols.
What to pay attention to when deciding to buy treatment sets.
What effects can you expect after a series of treatments?
What is the difference between plasma and platelet-rich fibrin, what are the indications and contraindications for the above-mentioned procedures.
Detailed discussion of preparation procedures.
Planning and performing the procedure.
Discussion of facial anatomy. The aging process in 3D. Possibilities and limitations of the use of fillers based on hyaluronic acid. Patient face analysis. Planning the procedure. Techniques for administering fillers to specific areas of the face.
Discussion of commonly used hyaluronic acid preparations – indications and contraindications.
Planning and performing the procedure.
Discussion of filling techniques using a needle and cannula. Needle and cannula – comparison.
Lips – a demanding area of the face. Basic anatomical and physiological issues around the mouth. Analysis of aging around the mouth, selection of therapy depending on the degree of advancement of changes. Presentation of preparations for lip correction. Basic lip filling techniques.
Types of anesthesia for lip filling procedures. Dental anesthesia.
How to plan a narrow lip correction procedure. Gummy smile – treatment. Smoker’s wrinkles – treatment. Drooping corners of the mouth – treatment. Lip revitalization methods.
Possibilities of combined therapy using hyaluronic acid and botulinum toxin. Complications after using fillers based on hyaluronic acid and how to deal with them, 4 hours
Planning and performing a treatment using preparations based on hyaluronic acid.
Discussion of the physical and biological effects of lasers. Construction of a laser system. Review of clinical applications (acne, discoloration, epilation, capillaries, resurfacing). Policies/procedures of conduct. Documentation methods. Legal regulations, recommended specialist procedures. Laser safety (access control, eye protection, risk of beam reflection, flammability of fabrics, smoke, equipment check, failure).
Demonstration – laser resurfacing, correction of erythema and small facial vessels. Correction of discolorations.