Even the most experienced injectors should take the Advance Tox and Full Face Rejuvenation course from Glo Academy because it will give you the in-depth knowledge and skills you need to conduct a thorough and complete facial assessment on your patients and create a customized treatment plan using both toxins and fillers to safely and effectively achieve the ideal results.
You will learn to take a multi-modality approach by conducting a complete facial examination rather than narrowing your attention to a specific area as you might have done in the past. You will get practical experience throughout training to support the application of strategies in your practice. You will acquire knowledge of various injection methods, evaluation skills, finding the root causes of aging, choosing the right products, and much more.
Here’s everything you need to know about Advance Tox and Full Face Rejuvenation.
What does “Tox” mean?
The aesthetic use of neuromodulators like Botox, Dysport, and Jeuveau is referred to as “Tox” or “Tox Therapy.” They function as wrinkle treatments for movements-induced creases. The regions that are most often treated are:
- the crow’s feet around the eyes brought on by squinting or smiling
- the forehead’s horizontal lines resulting from raised eyebrows
- the folds and lines between the eyebrows brought on by frowning
Just because it is named “tox” doesn’t mean it is toxic and poisonous. A natural, refined protein is the active ingredient in these treatments. It is an authorized medication that is administered in TINY dosages only. Since it has been on the market for 20 years, Tox has been used to treat various diseases and aesthetic problems.
Neurotoxins have entirely changed how society views aesthetic procedures and aging since Botox gained its initial FDA clearance for cosmetic use in 2002. The need for aesthetic nurses and injectors has never been higher, thanks to the rising aesthetic sector. Many nurses believe that the private practice environment is more suited to achieving a better work/life balance than the hospital setting.
Without the cost and extensive recovery times associated with conventional plastic surgery, neurotoxins produce appealing outcomes and high levels of patient satisfaction.
What are dermal fillers?
For some aspiring injectors, it may become confusing for them to know the difference between neurotoxins and dermal fillers. Using a needle, injectables like Botox® and fillers are two different cosmetic treatments. The main distinction between Botox® and fillers is that although fillers will fill in wrinkles, Botox® works by paralyzing the muscles beneath the skin to decrease fine lines and wrinkles.
Dermal fillers frequently reduce facial contrast and soften specific features to create a pleasing, young look. Most of the training will be devoted to methodology and the procedures for accurately assessing patients’ needs for dermal fillers.
Only a few dermal fillers are FDA-approved for usage in the United States, even though over 300 dermal fillers are available internationally. The following products’ suggested uses are included in the matrix of the different dermal fillers you will get as part of your training:
- Restylane®, Juvederm Ultra®, Belotero Balance®, and other products that include hyaluronic acid (HA)
- Calcium Hydroxylapatite 9Radiesse®)
- Sculptra® contains poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA).
- Polymethyl Methacrylate (Artefill®)
- Biological Fat
- Collagen that is both human and bovine (such as Cosmoderm® and Cosmoplast®)
All procedures, potential contraindications, problems, injection methods, and procedural skills required to administer these injections will be covered throughout the training. You will be observed while receiving injections to ensure you understand the procedure and are happy with the program. During the course, each participant will have the chance to get one-on-one instruction to aid them with their patients.
What is included in the advanced tox/full face rejuvenation training?
Our advanced tox/full face rejuvenation training is delivered by a skilled educator and practitioner with an extensive understanding of advanced aesthetic treatments, handling problems, and expertise in toxins and dermal fillers.
Through a joint providership between PeerPoint Medical Education Institute and the Glo Academy LLC, which the ACCME accredits to provide continuing medical education for physicians, this activity has been planned and carried out following the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). After the training, there is a session for questions and answers where you may ask any questions and get suggestions on launching your career in the medical aesthetics sector.
The agenda of the training includes:
10:00 – 9:30: Registration
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.: Didactic and live demonstration of PLLA, dermal fillers, and neurotoxins used in patient assessment and complete balance.
12:00 pm – 12:30 pm: Lunch
12:30 to 5:00 pm: Live, hands-on injections, photography, and interactive Q&A are available.
Each participant must bring a copy of their current medical license and, if they plan to inject, their model.
What is the importance of hands-on Advanced Tox/Full Face Rejuvenation training?
Nurses and doctors can benefit from advanced tox/full face rejuvenation training in various ways, increasing their profession and level of expertise. Increasing the treatments you can provide can boost your career and make you more appealing to employers and clients.
Because Botox and dermal injections are widely used, becoming certified gives you access to an expanding market that will increase your revenue. Botox and filler injections are in high demand, but not all practitioners can provide them. Patients may be sure they have received extensive training if certified.
Because the advantages of the injections must be maintained over time, patient confidence in you as a practitioner is enhanced by the certainty that certification offers. Building long-lasting connections are more accessible when patients are at ease with your abilities. Due to the nature of the treatment, extra time with patients is provided, which is a luxury for many providers.
Injections of Botox and fillers are FDA-approved treatments, and training is brief yet efficient. Contact us at Glo Academy for additional information if you’re interested in enhancing your business chances with advanced tox/full face rejuvenation training. We provide the most thorough cosmetic medical training and certification injection courses.