24. April 2020 - 9:00 till 17:00
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How to avoid and manage complications in facial aesthetics | | Friday, 24. April 2020

During the day you will discover:


What’s the future in facial aesthetics

 - what you can say and not say when advertising so not falling foul of the regulators
 - do you need to be VAT registered
 - how to be ready for the new regulations 
 - new licensing updates
 - MHRA and ASA to become more proactive - how to stay under their radar
 - complaints policy
 - voluntary registration - good or bad
 - post graduate qualification - yes or no


How to avoid complications:

 - how to spot body dysmorphic patients
 - how young is too young
 - contraindications to Botox - numerous medications, including cough/cold medications
 - handling patients expectations versus anticipated results
 - new consent templates that are goal orientated
 - Montgomery consent process versus Bolam consent process
 - brotox - how to treat men differently
 - dozens of factors that will predispose to the patient to bruise, including green tea the night before
 - new medical history template with warning alerts
 - the 4P’s to avoid complications
 - what are and what are the differences between relative and absolute contraindications
 - latest protocol on aseptic techniques, skin preparations and biofilm prevention
 - what it is and why you must have a ‘code of patient safety’
 - needle versus cannula
 - to aspirate or not to aspirate
 - speed of injection
 - volume of filler deposited
 - full **** assessment mandatory to determine cause of patients complaint
 - the danger areas for fillers - glabellar, temples, tear troughs
 - detailed verbal and written post op instructions
 - what is essential to have in your medical emergency bag and how to use these drugs
 - lip fillers and patients on Roaccutane
 - ptosis - how to stack the odds in your favour
 - avoiding Diplopia when treating crows feet
 - ‘essential kit’ contents for non medical emergency situations
 - risk factors - patient, practitioner and product
 - prophylaxis for Herpes
 - avoiding the ‘Joker smile’ when botoxing for Gummy smile
 - why you need to be wary of those with hooding of eyes and short eyebrows/eyelid distance

How to manage complications:

 - diagnosing and management of allergic response
 - diagnosing and management of eye lid ptosis versus eye brow ptosis
 - bruising - latest protocol to manage
 - resistance to toxin
 - droopy mouth after botox for crows feet
 - boxers nose after botox for procerus 
 - puffy and dry eyes after botox for crows feet
 - hematoma
 - acute skin infections
 - delayed onset nodules - non inflammatory
 - delayed onset nodules - inflammatory
 - dealing with someone else treatment - what to do and what not to do
 - lip oedema
 - post op pain
 - swelling
 - early onset nodules
 - granuloma 
 - skin discoluration
 - abscess
 - vascular compromise - necrosis and compression
 - blindness
 - elective protocol for Hyalase
 - emergency protocol for Hyalase
 - hypersensitivity and adverse reactions to Hyalase
 - Dublin protocol 
 - sharps injury
 - herpes
 - how to reduce chances of patients taking further action
 - how to keep those patients where complications have arisen


Refreshments and lunch will be included.


Your trainer:
 

 




Dr Louise Pierre graduated from Birmingham’s School of Dentistry in 2008. She has spent most of her dental career working in dental practices in London before moving to East Sussex in 2017 and focussing more on the facial aesthetics. She is now also the Medical Director of Dr Louise Pierre Aesthetics with clinic locations in both London and East Sussex.
Louise is passionate about teaching and helping others embarking on their facial aesthetic careers and is excited to be running the BTC courses in various locations across the south of England.