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Toronto Course 1 – Facial Anatomy for Medical Aesthetics
January 24, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm EST
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In-depth knowledge of the facial anatomy will provide practitioners with the confidence to administer safe and precise medical aesthetic injections. Understanding the surface landmarks and the underlying danger zones is essential for patient safety and decreasing risks of complications. Course 1 training will also focus on the concept of aging, descent, deterioration and deflation. This comprehensive and CNA-accredited course is designed for new practitioners as well as experienced practitioners who wish to upgrade or augment current practices.
Foundation Course 1: Outline:
- Concepts and effects of aging including descent, deterioration, deflation, dehydration
- Detailed facial anatomy including skeletal, muscular, vascular and nerves
- Differences between male and female facial structures
- Surface landmarks important to dermal filler and neurotoxin injections
- Structures to avoid and preventing complications
- Assessment strategies in relation to surface anatomy landmark
“I have taken the Facial Anatomy course with THMA Consulting and I would highly recommend this course to anyone, new or experienced in the medical aesthetics field. The top-level training is current, non-biased and specific – a true must for any injector!” – Rhonda Gallant RN
THMA Consulting is pleased to have accreditation and national recognition from the Canadians Nurses Association for the Foundation Courses in our Medical Aesthetics Preceptorship and Training Program.
Nurses who complete these four Foundation Courses in medical aesthetics training will receive 40 Credit Hours that can be sent to Colleges as confirmation of skill maintenance.
The CNA Accreditation Program upholds standards of quality for continuing professional development for nurses in Canada.
This continuing nursing education activity has been approved by the Tennessee Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Nurses can earn 5.0 contact hours through this Facial Anatomy Course if completed separate from the Foundation Course package.