Assessing the Upper Face for Botulinum Toxin-A Treatment
Gold Standards in Cosmetic Injectable Botulinum Toxin-A Treatments for the Medical Practitioner
Welcome to Assessing the Upper Face for Botulinum Toxin-A Treatments.
This course is designed for medical professionals of all levels (MDs, DOs, DDS, PAs, NPs, RNs) and medical students who require up-to-date evidence-based knowledge in aesthetic injectable medicine.
Foundational knowledge and experience-driven gold-standards techniques are upmost in becoming masters of your industry. The information in this course will enable you to be confident aesthetic providers by building your foundational knowledge of botulinum toxin and the elements necessary to ensure predictable and consistent results in your patients. In addition to the most up-to-date information, you will gain insights and know-how to satisfy and retain patients/clients.
This training course is unique in that it allows you to learn at your own pace. Once you are enrolled, you will have unlimited access to this library of information. It is designed for working professionals who will return to the information as the need arises with their client and in practice.
All of our courses are specially designed with a focus on defining and improving standards in the practice of aesthetic medicine for individuals who have already undergone practical training. This course is suitable for medical professionals who are actively practicing aesthetic medicine or those new to the field who are seeking to overcome insecurities in injecting. In line with this, this course is for the true aesthetic provider, one who understands the importance of up-to-date evidence-based knowledge.
Every patient that walks through the door is unique, therefore we must not rely on a one-size-fits-all approach when providing injection treatments. The proper treatment protocol for each patient is determined by a series of decisions that you as an injector must make. Knowing how to properly assess your patient is an integral part of the treatment process that can be the determining factor your patient's outcome. This course approaches you to techniques and things to consider when assessing the upper face for Botulinum Toxin-A treatment.
In this course you will:
- Develop assessment techniques for aesthetic injectable treatment
- Learn how to optimize treatment protocols through proper assessment and documentation
- Begin to understand what to look for in upper face topography
- Learn how to recognize and document dermal stages when assessing a client
Our mission is to help you cultivate the knowledge and abilities needed to make decisions that will lead you to predictable and consistent patient outcomes.
Carl Clarke M.H.S., RPAC, is a board-certified physician assistant, aesthetic injection trainer, and established practitioner of aesthetic medicine licensed in New York, Connecticut, and Florida. Known to everyone as “Clarke”, he is the founder of Creative Aesthetics of New York, where he has devoted himself to the art of aesthetic medicine for over 15 years. Clarke’s knowledge is built on a foundation of experience and affiliate residencies that has spanned orthopedics, hand surgery, and holistic health to name a few.
Over the past ten years, Clarke has become a key figure in the New York and Tri-State region as a speaker, educator, and trainer to hundreds of medical professionals working with aesthetic injections. In addition to the Tri-State region, Clarke teaches and demonstrates for over 50-60 practitioners and med spas combined in states throughout the U.S.
Clarke’s teaching philosophy is focused on prioritizing the patient. His goal is to help aesthetic injectors move beyond the how and journey into the what and why a patient might seek injection treatments. Clarke’s mission is to ensure every aesthetic injector knows how to achieve predictable and consistent patient outcomes. In his courses, Clarke breaks down a precise treatment protocol that he developed in order to give patient’s the best outcome based on their individual and unique qualities.
Clarke is dedicated to innovation in aesthetic medicine and the continuous development of protocols in assessment and treatment. He is committed to helping all beginner and advanced injectors move beyond stagnant methods and outdated techniques toward new protocols that are experience-driven and patient-centered.
Clarke is a graduate of the Bayley Seton Medical School, St. Johns University B.S. and Saint Francis University Masters in health science. Originally from Barbados, he lives in NYC, with his wife and two children. When not practicing aesthetic medicine and teaching, Clarke enjoys his art of paintings and sculpting. His works e,g, Serenity Tree series has been debuted and showcased in New York City’s venues. In 2020, he launched Café Aesthetics, a podcast where he explores all things beautiful with you.
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