Management of Aesthetic Complications
OverviewPrevention and Management of Aesthetic Complications is part of the essential Botox and filler courses for a beginner and advanced aesthetic practitioner. Complications can be life-changing events for both patients undergoing them and clinicians managing them. Too often, more emphasis is placed on injection techniques without education on managing the worst case scenario if complications arise. We thoroughly recommend you equip yourself with the knowledge required to keep your patients as safe as possible.
Who is this course suitable for?
- Event sequences – rapid diagnostic tools for treatment commencement as soon as possible
- Safer use of materials and tools – ensure complication prevention so management is not required in the majority of cases
- Consent – best practices to prevent litigation
- Aftercare – best practices to ensure clients spend less time worrying and are educated
Adverse events & protocols covered include;
- Nerve Injury
- Visual loss/damage
- Brow drops
- Allergic reactions
- Planned and emergency reversals
By the end of the course, delegates will be able to handle major complications and symptoms with confidence. This will ensure your clients are able to place maximum trust in you to keep them safe at all times. A comprehensive understanding of aesthetic complications is essential before delegates undertake more complex Botox and filler courses.
What’s included in the course?
- Access to our the Skild Community for post-course communication with our experts, knowledge sharing with other alumni and help requests
- Training materials
- Access to experts
- Preferential product pricing through partner pharmacies
- Skild Professional Certificate of Completion
AssessmentIn order to be presented an insurer-approved certificate, delegates must learn and demonstrate the following criteria:
- Anatomical factors increasing risk
- Medical and social history history factors for complication prediction
- Indications and contraindications for rejecting clients
- Recognise and gain valid consent
- Pre-procedure preparation and risk prevention
- Selection and application of appropriate tools to reduce risk
- Post-procedure care and advice
- Overall competency as a clinical to treat clients safely and appropriately
- Successful meeting of the above criteria will result in presentation of the SkilD training certificate to each delegate.
Failure to meet the criteria will require the delegate to attend the course again at their own cost in order to receive a certificate.
- 8.30 – registration
- 9.00am – Day commences, introduction to staff, theory session
- Practical / treatment session
- 6pm – Certificate presentation