Juvederm is a hyaluronic acid frequently used to smooth out wrinkles of the face, in the areas of nasolabial folds, lips, oral commissures and marionette lines. It can also be used in dentistry to address uneven lips, improve perioral aesthetics and for high lip line cases. Dermal fillers provide patients with semi-permanent results that last longer than other facial aesthetic procedures.
Our instructors have decades of teaching and clinical experience and will give you a full understanding of placement techniques, patient prescreening, and anatomical aesthetics. Results yield a more youthful look and compliment any aesthetic dentistry case presented to you.
Dentists already provide healthy and beautiful smiles, it’s time to consider adding the aesthetic realm to your oral and systemic practice of the face. After all, Dentists are more familiar with the facial regions than any other healthcare provider. Integrating Facial Aesthetics into you practice will boost your bottom line and enhance the work environment.
Botox training begins with a thorough review of craniofacial anatomy, Botox pharmacology, and Botox dilution and preparation. Patient selection and consultation training precedes the live injection practicum.
Botox training will also review the use of Botox for treatment of headache and orofacial pain disorders such as Temporal Mandibular Dysfunction, migraine, and chronic daily headache. Comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of headache disorders as they are encountered in a dental practice will be covered to provide the expertise needed to safely incorporate headache treatment into a dental practice.