Aesthetic Workshop Schedule


September 13-16, 2012

4-Day Workshop Package: $2,900

+ Lab Fee of $350 (includes Textbooks and materials used)


Total Cost: $3,250.00


Location:
MATC Campus
1600 Dove St. Suite 112
Newport Beach, CA  92660
September 13, 2012

9am-10:45 am: Session One:

Basic Science of Chemical Peels - Microdermabrasion
This opening session on basic science will discuss the structure and function of the skin, and the histologic changes that occur in the skin. Curriculum will describe the science behind various peeling agents used in aesthetic medicine and their role in chronologic aging or environmental aging.

Faculty:
Donn Hickman, M.D. ,Aesthetically you Plastic Surgery Center

Topics:
    • Retinoic acid (Retin A)
    • Jessner's solution
    • Resorcinol
    • Malic
    • Trichloroacetic acid (TCA)
    • Alpha Keto acids (pyruvic acid)
    • Phenol
10:45am-11:00am Break

11:00am-1pm: Session Two:
Consultation and clinical skills
This session will address the many types of patients, and patient concerns. What effect will the peel have on the patients life-style. What risk or associated with the peel. Patient education, consent forms, post care instructions, digital photos, and documentation.

Topics:
  • Concentration of the peeling agent
  • How many coats of the agent are applied
  • Technique of application
  • How the skin was primed preceding the peel
  • Anatomic location of the peel
  • Duration of contact with the skin
1:00pm-2:00pm: Lunch 2:00pm-3:00pm: Session Three:
Microdermabrasion and superficial skin resurfacing
One of important tools in a aesthetic practice is offering a variety of treatments that have little or no downtime. This session will address the scientifically and histologically improvement of the surface of the skin and integrity of underlying layers using microdermabrasion. Faculty:
Ann Gibson, BSN,RN, PHN, Julia Pettis, Esthetician, Beth Ulbrich,RN Topics:
  • History and origins of microdermabrasion
  • Various systems
  • Analyzing the skin
  • Patient expectations
  • Combination therapies
3:00pm-4:30: Session Four:
Consultation and clinical skills
The clinical segment is working one-on-one focusing on microdermabrasion technique, including pressure, stroke angles,number of passes, and tautness of the skin.

Topics:
  • Preparing the patient
  • analyzing the skin
  • machine settings
  • technique and number of passes
4:30pm-5:00pm: CEU exam (8 units)
September 14-15, 2012

9:00am-10:45am: Session One:
Basic Fundamentals of photo-medicine
(lasers, and other light sources)

This comprehensive session will provide a full understanding of light energy, wavelengths, characteristics and applications. Expert faculty will discuss new techniques as well the clinical results of and guidance of patient selection to achieve a more positive patient experience and outcome.

Faculty:
Beth Ulbrich, RN, Aesthetic Nurse, laser clinical educator, Ann Gibson, BSN,RN,PHN, Amelia Naccarto-Coleman, PA-C, Tracy Mathews, DNP,RN

Topics:
  • Physics and Safety
  • Chromatophore therapy
  • Hair removal
  • Spider veins
  • Pigmentation
  • Body Sculpting
10:45am-11:00am Break

11:00am-1pm: Session Two:

Consultation and clinical skills

This session will continue the comprehensive review of the leading procedures and technologies used in treating dermatological conditions, acne, vascular lesions, and anti-aging skin treatments.

Topics:
  • Patient consultation
  • Consent documentation
  • Pre and Post Laser Patient Care
  • Selecting Optimal Technology
  • Treatment of Ethnic Skin
  • Attendees demonstrate clinical skills
1:00pm-2:00pm: Lunch 2:00pm-5:00pm: Session Three:
Continuation of clinical skills
5:00pm: workshop concluded
September 16, 2012

9:00am-10:45am: Session One:
Understanding the Science and applications of Botulinumtoxin A, Botox cosmetic, and Dysport
This session will provide a review on botulinumtoxin A, currently available, covering their similarities and differences.

Faculty:
Oksana Fursovich, BS, RN,  Ann Gibson, BSN, RN, PHN, Amelia Naccarto-Coleman, PA-C

Topics:
  • Mechanism of action
  • Dilution and storage
  • Injection techniques
  • Facial structures
  • Consulting the patient
  • Patient expectations
  • Consents
  • Documentation
  • Fee structures
10:45am-11:00am: Break

11:00am-1:00pm: Session Two:
Attendees demonstrate clinical skills

1:00pm-2:00pm: Lunch


2:00pm-3:00pm: Session Three:
Understanding the Science of Facial Injectables and applications
This session will provide a review of dermal fillers and facial shaping products currently available in both the U.S. and Europe, covering their similarities and differences. Expert faculty members will discuss how to effectively use a variety of injectables while producing satisfied patients and minimizing complications.

Topics:
  • Volumizing and Collagen Stimulation
  • Duration of products
  • Injection techniques
  • Dispersion profile
  • Mold-ability
  • Patient education
  • Usage and avoidance of complications
  • Consents
  • Photos
  • Documentation
3:00pm-4:30pm
Attendees demonstrate clinical skills

4:30pm-5:00pm: CEU exam (8 units)

Certificates Issued

Disclaimer: Program schedule and faculty subject to change, this CEU program provides 32 contact hours  


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