Botox, fillers & skin treatments started the cosmetic revolution, They account for 75 percent of the entire cosmetic procedures market. They are the engine that drives the cosmetic medical market. These procedures are the gateway to surgical cosmetics for your clientele. Today's Botox patient is tomorrow's abdominoplasty, breast or lipo patient. Let the ISCG Team help you develop the knowledge the strategies and the skills to tap into this huge market.
Our performance-oriented, time-tested, CME-accredited training is the most practical, the most efficient, and the most economical way to learn these procedures. Before you waste tens of thousands, or even hundreds of thousands of dollars on technologies that may not even suit your goals, do yourself a favor and learn what really matters from a team that has performed thousands of procedures.
We have been training physicians just like you for over a decade. We have helped hundreds of physicians to develop successful cosmetic practices. Many of our graduates have become leaders in the field of cosmetic surgery. Our groundbreaking teaching methods are frequently imitated, but never equaled.
You should take this course whether you are:
-debating on incorporating cosmetic services into your practice
-training new cosmetic physicians for your existing team
-debating on incorporating expensive technology into your practice
-trained elsewhere and in need of a surgical update
-in need of continuing medical educational credits in cosmetic procedures
-interested in learining the business and marketing aspects of cosmetic practice
-planning on opening a medical spa and exploring services options
-losing ground to other cosmetic practices in your market
You will feel confident and prepared.
At our Medical Office Cosmetic Procedures One-Day Course you will learn:
How to Build Your Cosmetic Practice on Solid Footing
Learn how to obtain medical malpractice coverage for cosmetic services, how to find out if your facility requires accreditation, how to find out what your state requires for office-based surgery (OBS), learn which procedures are exempted from any requirements
How to Navigate the Maze of Technology
Learn to focus on the essentials of skin treatments, the practical differences between skin lasers, intense pulsed light (IPL) units, microdermabrasion & cellulite technologies, etc, and do you need them, why you should be skeptical of products marketed directly to the public, how to obtain technology without breaking the bank, spotting technologies that add cost without benefit
How to Select Patients for Cosmetic Procedures
Learn to evaluate the face & the skin, learn to spot the easy cases, learn to identify and avoid the difficult patient and the psychotic patient, how to deal effectively with unhappy or dissatisfied patients, learn which procedures combine well and which ones don't
All About Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin
Learn the approved & off-label applications to control facial wrinkles, to control excess sweating & to reshape the brows, learn how to reshape the masseters (jawline contouring), learn how to combine these and other treatments to produce the Liquid Facelift, learn when & how to use photography in the counseling & documentation process. Learn the differences between the brands.
All About Fillers
Learn about the popular fillers in use today, why they're use, how they're used, when they're used, & how to choose between them, learn safe and simple routines for treating facial lines, the cheeks, the chin, the lips, the nose, & the hands, learn how to manage or reverse unwanted results
All About Microdermabrasion
Learn why every practice offer microdermabrasion, how to select an appropriate machine, how to treat the face & areas beyond the face, how to combine microdermabrasion with other treatments, how to integrate cosmeceuticals products into the treatment regimen
All About Thermal Skin Technologies
Learn all you need to know to pick a laser or an intense pulsed light machine for your practice without falling for sales pitches or overpriced equipment, learn which applications work best in your patient population & how skin typing drives your entire skin practice
The Business of Cosmetic Practice
How to Build Your Cosmetic Credentials
Groups with whom you should affiliate with & why, avenues for continuing medical education in cosmetics, recommended educational materials and resources, networking opportunities with other cosmetic surgeons
How to Get Started Step-by-Step
Detailed recommendations on facility specifications, basic marketing & market research, setting prices, establishing the cosmetic team, introducing cosmetic services to your existing patients, how to manage your first few months.
Take this course only.
Take this course in conjuction with the ISCG Medical Cosmetics Course as a 3-day package at a discounted rate.
Take this course for a second time at half-price within 18 months of your first attendance & receive full CME credit.