2018 CSO General Scientific Program
“Adding Cosmetic Injectables To Your Practice”
Corey Moore, S. Mark Taylor, Khalid Ansari, Michael Brandt
Objectives: Cosmetic injectables such as neurotoxins and fillers are in demand. The Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgeon has the best knowledge of anatomy to facilitate these treatments yet many are reluctant to take the first step. A specialist panel of Facial Plastic surgeons from across Canada will discuss the costs and practical tips associated with adding cosmetic injectables to your practice.
Methods: A panel of specialists will present practical information on adding cosmetic injectables to your practice. Filler and neurotoxin options including their pros/cons will be reviewed. Panelists will discuss their choice of injectables and why. Basic injectable techniques will be reviewed – i.e. how to get started. Pricing models will be discussed. Potential risks will also be reviewed.
Conclusions: Cosmetic injectables are common aesthetic procedures that are currently being done by many different medical practictioners and allied health providers. The Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgeon has the expertise to administer these injectables safely and effectively. This practical workshop will endeavor to provide the Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgeon with the knowledge and skills to get them started.
|Participants will develop an understanding of the general use of neurotoxins and fillers in aesthetic practice. Participants will appreciate the array of neurotoxin and filler choices available on the market. Participants will gain an understanding of the costs, benefits, and risks associated with adding cosmetic injectables to their practice. At the completion of this workshop, participants will have the information and tools necessary to add aesthetic injectables to their practice.|
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