Botulinum Toxin Type A (BoNTA)
for Facial Aesthetics
Botulinum Toxin A (Botox®, Dysport® and Xeomin®)
Botox Injection Training
College of Medical Aesthetics provides study material via email before you attend the clinical portion of your training; in addition, you are required to purchase 1 book. A Practical Guide to Botulinum Toxin Procedures (Cosmetic Procedures), Small MD FAAFP, Rebecca (books may be purchased online). The study material and reading assignments will ensure that you have a complete understanding of laser theory before attending clinical skills lab. This new approach to short courses is designed to incorporate your technical skills and theory knowledge.
On completion of this one-day workshop, the student will be able to
- Identify mechanism of action that produces the chemical denervation of the muscle
- Define FDA approved on label and off label indications for a cosmetic treatment
- Describe the function of the target muscles and opposing muscles when assessing a patient before treatment
- Identify and explain contraindications
- Recognize crucial components of the patient consultation prior to treatment
- Demonstrate proper documentation
It is the responsibility of every licensed medical professional to know and follow their own State guidelines and regulations relating to their area of practice. CMA does not take responsibility nor provides legal advice to students regarding state laws. Each attendee should direct questions pertaining to their practice to their state Regulatory Board.