08/11/2016 @ 8:00 AM
8850 NW 20th St, Doral Florida 33172, USA

 

***NOTE: This course is for dentists only*** 

Botulinum Toxin Level I

Course Overview: Botulinum toxin is a neurotoxin widely used in dental, medical and cosmetic treatments. It is a prescription medicine that is injected into muscles to treat and control a number of unwanted consequences from muscle activity, like hypertrophy, stiffness, hyperactivity, etc.

In this course, dentists will be introduced to botulinum toxin and learn the concepts and features that make this product a great resource into the dental practice. 

Course Objectives and Description: This course is designed for dentists who have no experience with the use of botulinum toxin. In this course, dentists will learn how to introduce the use of botulinum toxin into the daily practice; both as a diagnostic tool and as a therapeutic resource. 

By the end of this course, dentists will be able to: 

  • Identify and determine if muscle activity may be interfering with the treatment plan
  • Use botulinum toxin as a differential diagnose tool
  • Introduce botulinum toxin adequately into the treatment plan
  • Perform the application of botulinum toxin for basic procedures 

By the end of this course, the dentists should be able to treat: 

  • Gummy smile
  • Radial lip lines
  • Trigeminal neuralgia
  • Lateral cantonal lines/radial lines (Crow's feet)
  • Glabellar lines
  • Complications

Course Outline:

This course is composed of theory lecture followed by a laboratory session.

The lecture will cover the following: 

  • Introduction 
  • Neurophysiology
  • Anatomy
  • Materials and reconstitution
  • Application sites and techniques
  • Adverse reactions
  • Clinical cases

At the laboratory, dentists will practice all techniques covered during the lecture on fresh frozen cadavers and will use water and pigment for this session. Anatomical dissection will follow the practical session with the purpose to reassure the learning process for the techniques approached. 

General Information: This is a one-day course and a certificate of completion from MARC institute/IFDS - Miami will be provided, along with 6CE Hours. 


 Agenda:  

7:45am

Check in at MARC Institute

8:00am

Introduction

Neurophysiology

Anatomy

10:00am

Coffee break

10:15am

Materials and reconstitution

Application sites and techniques

Adverse reactions

Clinical cases

12:30pm

Lunch break

1:45pm

Laboratory check in

2:00pm

Cadaver Training Dissection

4:30pm

Application sites check list and certificates

 

Cost: $1,200.00 per day; dentists that enroll for all 3 courses will receive a discounted price of $3,000.00

 To register for this course please contact: 

Sheila Herrera - accounting@marctraining.com

 

DISCLAIMER: Check regulatory status, state by state. 

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