Fundamentals in Laser & Light Applications (12 hour Basic Course)

 
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All segments are clear, concise, common sense approaches, with analogies, to how and why things work. Each will review what is real and proven versus unproven hope and conjecture.
 
Opening / Course Introduction and Overview (15 minutes free)  
  An introduction to the concepts and topics of the program including an introduction of the presenter and the company. This will touch on why the course is successful and what will be accomplished by participating.  
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Unit 1: History of Aesthetic Light Concepts (55 minutes)    
  From Einstein’s Theory of Light to current application this section touches on the core concepts of how light is made and delivered to tissue. Focus will be given to the fundamentals on how light is controlled for therapy.  
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Unit 2: Control of Aesthetic Light (55 minutes)    
  How light is selected, and controlled will be the focus of this segment. What is the target and how is light refined to affect the target without complication to adjacent structures?  
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Unit 3: Safety Protocols & Considerations (55 minutes)    
  With both lasers and IPLs there are both common sense and regulatory needs to be considered. This reviews those topics and the regulatory agencies who issue those guidelines. Log sheets, protocols, and Policy and Procedure will also be discussed.  
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Unit 4: Laser vs. IPL (55 minutes)    
  How do lasers and IPLs differ? Which is better for which application. What needs to be watched for and what should be avoided on the way to successful and safe outcomes.  
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Unit 5: Real World Aesthetic Applications (55 minutes)    
  Beyond the possibilities sold by the manufacturer this segment discusses the procedures with high probability of success from the patient introduction, through the treatment series, to how to know when you are through.  
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Unit 6: Elements of a Successful Aesthetic Medical Practice (55 minutes)    
  Many business fail not from poor device selection or practice but from poor marketing and advertising. What are the keys to inexpensive and effective marketing of you business and what sets you apart. What are the hidden costs of acquisition and use of light technologies?  
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Unit 7: Acne Treatment Protocols (55 minutes)    
  In the search for replacement of Accutane light has found success in two different paths. What are they, how do they differ, can they be combined, and what is the success rate?  
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Unit 8: Subcutaneous Laser Treatment Applications (55 minutes)    
  Noe epidermal or dermal, what are the new technologies for subcutaneous skin tightening and renewal. Do they work, how, and what are the real outcomes and successes?  
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Unit 9: Transdermal Liposuction / Cellulite Treatment (55 minutes)    
  From laser lipolysis to light aided liposuction to cellulite treatment; what works, how, and how well. This section focuses on light based technologies as compared to conventional methods looking for better outcome, less discomfort, and longer results.  
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Unit 10: Resurfacing & Fractional Procedures (55 minutes)    
  From the original carbon dioxide resurfacing to the newest fractional procedures which work best for different patient needs and does a different wavelength work better than the one you selected?  
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Unit 11: Pigmentation & Tattoo Removal (55 minutes)    
  Pigment, from lintigines and ephidelides to exogenous tattoo ink, will be reviewed for successful techniques, devices, and combined therapies. What works quickly and what works well?  
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Unit 12: Transdermal Vascular & Endovenous Laser Therapy (55 minutes)    
  The guidelines for facial, truncal, and lower extremity vascular will be discussed. When can a laser replace or assist other therapies, especially in lower vascular application? What are the established and emerging technologies?  
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Closing / Emerging Technologies (20 minutes Free)    
  What is coming from research and the FDA? Are there new office and home-based applications and devices to be considered? What looks to be just smoke and mirrors?  
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