Calendar

Feb
9
Fri
Botox® and Advanced Botox® @ Interfaith Dental Clinic
Feb 9 – Feb 10 all-day

Date and Location

Friday, Feb 9– Saturday, Feb 10, 2018
8:00 AM5:00 PM each day

Interfaith  Clinic

1721 Patterson Street Nashville, TN 37203

CE Credit and Tuition

16 Participation credit hours in AGD subject codes 010
$1295 AGD Members Day One Botox

$1295 AGD Members Day Two Advanced Botox

Both Days AGD Members $1995

$1495  Non-Members Day One Botox

$1495 Non-Members Day Two Advanced Botox

Both Days Non-Members $2595

$2,595 NON-AGD Members

$195 AGD Staff $295 Non-AGD Staff please limit 1 team member per doctor

Payment for course is due at time of registration though payment plans are available.


Please Register at here  if you have any problems please contact our office at 865-690-6691.


Course Overview:

Day 1 Botox Course

  • Identify specifically the areas of the aging face and
    features that can be improved by the use of
    neurotoxins
  • Conduct a thorough consultation to evaluate the
    potentia[ need for and assess the suitabi]ity of facia]
    injectables for a given patient
  • Identify muscles of facial expression and muscles
    of mastication in a human cadaver ‘ specimen
  • Understand the various protocols associated with
    neurotoxins
  • Acquire the technical skill to perform these
    injections through “hands-on ‘ training
  • Avoid, recognize and manage adverse events
  • Understand CDC guidelines for proper asepsis in
    medication reconstitution and multiuse vials
  • Correctly document treatment – in writing and
    photographicallySubject Codes and Hours – Participation Credits:
  • 010 Basic Science – 2 CE
  • 200 Orofacial Pain – I CE
  • 780 Esthetics/cosmetic Dentistry – 5 CE

Day 2 Advanced Neurotoxin Training   Day 2 Prerequisites (Completion of basic injectable training as well as at least one year of experience in treating patients with facial injectables.)

  • This one day (8 hour) participation course pavers all
    cosmetic neurotoxin applications of the face and
    neck. A cadaver review is included for a critical three
    dimensional appreciation of how the muscles are
    arranged in the face. Included in this course is gender
    dosing. decade specific facial aging as well as dosing
    for all three currently available neurotoxins.
  • Discuss and identify characteristic aging patterns in
    the decades of adulthood
  • Describe the brow position and architecture for both
    the male and female
  • Discuss adverse events and their potential correction
  • Differentiate the dosing requirements between
    abobotulinum toxin A and onabotulinum toxin ASubject Codes and Hours – Participation Credits:. 012 Anatomy – 2 CE
    . 202 Diagnosis and Treatment Planning – 2 CE
    . 789 Product Training – 4 CE

About the Clinician:

Dr. Meinecke

Dr. Meinecke is a graduate of the Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry. She has been in private practice for the past 25 years in Restorative and Cosmetic Dentistry, Restoration of Implants, and Facial Esthetics. She has completed her fellowship with the Academy of General Dentistry. The Academy of Laser Dentistry certified her in lasers. She currently serves as the President for the Maryland Academy of General Dentistry, National Delegate for the AGD and on the National Government Relations Council. Additionally, Dr. Meinecke served as clinical faculty at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry in the Department of Diagnostic Sciences and Pathology. Dr. Meinecke has lectured nationally on Facial Injectables (including Botox and Dermal Fillers) since 2009.