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Level 4 in Dermal Fillers and Botulinum Toxin Type-A


The course is certified and regulated by Continuing Professional Development in the U.K. and is accepted by our affiliated insurance for Medical Malpractice Insurance for Practitioners.

The study materials required for the

Course are provided by British Board

of Anti-ageing and Integrated

Medicine.

 

 

The syllabus of the course is standardised according to HEE  (Health Education England) and GMC (General Medical Council) guidelines and approved by many national and international universities, important aesthetics and anti-ageing societies, and premiere medical institutions around the world.

 

Students are expected to gain access to online study material once they are enrolled with BBAIM.

 

 

 

Level 4(intermediate) in Dermal Fillers and Botulinum Toxin Type-A

Course Duration: 100 Hours pre-study (100 CPD points), 2 days (16 Hours) Hand-in-Practice as well as theoretical learning at one of our clinics and 84 Hours home study with our online support.

·     Doctors, Dentists, Nurses, Pharmacists
·     Beauty therapists with a minimum of NVQ3 or NVQ4 in Beauty Therapy and Laser Therapy.
 
 
Mandatory Qualifications
 
CPR (Life Support) should be no more than one year old.

Note: students can be taught CPR alongside their Aesthetic Injectables course.

You will learn the following  areas for treatments

LIP BORDER; LIP VOLUME; ORAL COMMISSURE; NASO-LABIAL FOLDS; FINE LINES;

 

 

Curriculum outline for the 3 manuals will be as below:

 

MANUAL - (1)

I INTRODUCTION TO PROCEDURE & PRODUCT

What is Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Filler Injections (History & Background)?

What is Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers (composition / structure)?

What Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Filler Injection Products are currently available?

Economic Considerations

 

II THERAPEUTIC MECHANISM

How does Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Filler Injections work (Mechanism)?

Anatomy Considerations

 

III TREATMENT PRINCIPLES:

Indications

Contra-Indications

Principles underlying treatment

Concomitant / Combination Procedures

 

IV CLIENT EVALUATION & SELECTION

Skin Ageing
Facial Assessment
Formalities: History; Consent; Notes

 

 

CLIENT INFORMATION & AFTERCARE

Information
Results: Effect & Effectiveness

Aftercare

 

MANUAL - (2)

VI PREPARATION & PRODUCT SELECTION

Preparation; Selection; Equipment; Products

VII INJECTION TECHNIQUES

Pain Relief; Techniques; Nerve Blocks

 

 

VIII AREAS for TREATMENT

LIP BORDER; LIP VOLUME; ORAL COMMISSURE; NASO-LABIAL FOLDS; FINE LINES; OTHER AREAS & SUGGESTIONS

 

MANUAL - (3)

IX ADVERSE EFFECTS & MANAGEMENT

Side effects; Complications; Hyaluronidase

 

SUMMARY of PROCEDURE PROTOCOL

Equipment Checklist; Procedure Checklist

 

XI PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE & TRAINING CONCLUSION

Demonstration; Clinic Attendance / Shadowing; Case Studies

 

XII APPENDICES

A- CLIENT INFORMATION LEAFLET EXAMPLE

B- CLIENT CONSENT EXAMPLE

C- CLIENT COSMETIC HISTORY EXAMPLE

D- CLIENT NOTES EXAMPLE

E-  GLOSSARY

F- INTRODUCTION to BBAIM COURSES

G- REFERENCES & RESOURCES

H- WORKBOOK

Course Fee: £4,999 (two instalment payments of £2,499.5)
Note: 50% of the total fee is required upon enrolment with BBAIM and the remaining should be paid two weeks prior to practical session.

 

Price: £ 5000

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