Aesthetic Complication Management

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Complications don’t happen often, but they do occur in some patients after an injectable treatment. Managing expectations is an important first step to helping your clients have a good experience. Let them know what to expect, including possible complications and downtime.

This course will teach you what to look for and how to manage aesthetic complications. It will also teach you about managing expectations, so your clients are aware of the risks involved and know what is and is not normal reaction to treatment. The course is available as an online subscription to supplement your injectable training.

Who should take this course?


This course is important for anyone who is going to be performing injectables and/or running their own aesthetics business. Your clients trust you for their aesthetic treatments. You should be aware of what complications exist and how to manage them, so you can make sure your patients have the best experience possible, even if they endure a complication.

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What you'll learn?


This course will give you an overview of common complications that arise from aesthetic treatments and how to manage them. You’ll also learn how to assess patients during their consultation to determine their risk level for developing complications after their procedure.

Complications covered include:

  • Necrosis: Defined as accidental cell death resulting from an insufficient oxygen supply, trauma, or irradiation, Necrosis can result in a locally triggered inflammatory reaction that includes pain, heat, redness, and swelling. Necrosis only happens in .001% of patients, but recognizing the signs and knowing how to manage it are crucial if one of your clients is affected by it.

  • Vision loss: Though extremely rare (there were 16 reported cases of vision loss after an aesthetic procedure from 2000—2010), it is possible. Knowing the different types of vision loss will let you act quickly to try to restore vision to your client as soon as possible.

  • The Tyndall Effect: This refers to a blueish hue that appears when an injection is made too close to the skin’s surface. It’s most likely to occur when there’s a thinning of the skin, due to the client’s age or skin type. Recognizing the difference between the Tyndall Effect and a bruise is important so you can help your client treat it right away.

  • Delayed onset nodules (DONs): This refers to a lump or mass that appears near the site of injection.

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Hourly Schedule

9:00 - 10:00
Introduction
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10:00 - 12:00
Presentation 1
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12:00 - 13:00
Lunch Break
13:00 - 14:30
Activity 1
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14:30 - 16:30
Activity 2
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16:30 - 17:00
Tea Break
17:00 - 18:00
General Q&A

Date

Oct 25 2020

Time

9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Cost

£850

Location

Nova Clinic
London
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