TNAGD MasterTrack Session – Head and Neck Anatomy, Facial Injectables (Botox, Fillers)
October 8 @ 8:00 am - October 10 @ 5:00 pm EDT$2000
In addition to covering more areas than any other injectable training course, FACES remains the only course that includes a cadaver anatomy workshop in addition to live patient training. This courses covers nearly all facial cosmetic indications for Botox as well as masseter and temporalis. Areas included in the dermal filler segment includes lips, chin, nasolabial folds, marionette lines, pre-jowl sulcus, and philtral columns. Instruction in blunt end cannula is another element separating FACES training from all other foundational level training. FACES education is designed to build your confidence as an injector and prepares you to go back to your practice to safely and confidently inject patients. (16 total hours)
- Describe areas of the aging face and features that can be improved by use of Botox and dermal fillers
- Perform a patient consultation to evaluate the potential need for and assess the suitability of facial injectables
- Identify muscles of facial expression and muscles of mastication in a human cadaver* specimen
- Explain CDC guidelines for proper asepsis in medication reconstitution and multi-use vials
- Describe proper treatment documentation
- Identify danger zones and pertinent neurovascular anatomy in a human cadaver* specimen
- Avoid, recognize and manage adverse events
Gigi Meinecke, DMD, FAGD
October 8, 8:00AM – 5:00PM
October 9, 8:00AM – 5:00PM
Dr. Gigi Meinecke has been active in the field of facial injectables since 2004. Her organization, “FACES,” provides cosmetic and therapeutic injectable training for medical and dental professionals with a core focus on comprehensive facial anatomy. Her courses integrate cadaver study with live patient injections.
Anthony Carroccia, DDS, MAGD, ABGD
October 10, 8:00AM – 12:00PM
“A Sunday Morning Stroll Through Some Anesthesia/Sedation Concepts”
A Sunday Morning Stroll through Some Anesthesia/Sedation Concepts” will be more than a four hour course, thereby exceeding the minimal requirement to satisfy the state’s requirements for sedation permit holders. Local anesthesia will be discussed as it affects every dentist. Nitrous oxide is being used by a vast majority of dentists and will be covered. Capnography, its development and utilization will be reviewed. Advanced airways and reversal agents are on the agenda to go over. Finally, minimal sedation with triazolam will be covered.Dr. Carroccia’s Course Objectives
- Review the history of anesthesia
- Discuss the levels of sedation
- Review concepts associated with capnography
- Revisit contraindications with nitrous oxide and COVID implications
- Analyze articaine and judge why certain groups of people have issues getting numb
- Appraise new (and old) armamentarium and concepts with local anesthesia delivery
- Review Tennessee sedation inspections
- Assess the required reversal agents
- Discuss advanced airways
- Investigate the use of triazolam in sedation and when it can be used without a permit
Total Credit Hours with Completion of the MasterTrack homework 40 hours participation credit:
070. Electives. 30 Hours.
010. Basic Science. 2 Hours.
340. Sedation. 4 Hours.
For those not completing homework:
070. Electives. 16 Hours. Participation.
340. Sedation. 4 Hours. Lecture