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Botulinum Toxins and Dermal Fillers for Every Dental Practice

May 10-11, 2019
ADA Headquarters
211 E Chicago Avenue, Chicago IL

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Photo of a diverse group of patients getting oral and maxillofacial botox treatmentsThinking of getting into the fastest growing area of dentistry? Then this course is for you. This course will teach the use of botulinum neurotoxin (Botox, Xeomin, Dysport) and dermal fillers for dental esthetic and therapeutic uses in the oral and maxillofacial areas. These uses include treating dental and facial esthetics for volumizing nasolabial folds, marionette lines, lifting up the corners of the mouth using anatomical landmarks, smoothing lip lines and eliminating vertical “smokers” lines, and treatment for bruxism to relieve TMJ syndrome, headaches, migraines, and bruxism.

At the end of each course, attendees will have earned 8 CE hours per day. Continuing Education Verification will be available in your ADA online CE transcripts within 10 business days following the completion of the course(s), provided by the ADA. The American Academy of Facial Esthetics will email certificates of training within one week following the completion of the course(s). Registration opportunities include individual days as well as both days. Dental Team members must accompany a dentist.

Registration Prices

Speaker Biography

  • Louis Malcmacher, President, American Academy of Facial Esthetics

Course Descriptions and Schedule

  • Day One: May 10, 2019
    Day One Course Description - Botox Therapy for Every Dental Practice
  • Day Two: May 11, 2019
    Day Two Course Description - Dermal Filler Therapy for Every Dental Practice

Please note: Injectors will pay for product at the course. Prices may vary. Cash and credit cards only. No change will be provided if paying by cash. 

Team Members
Any medical doctor, dentist, nurse, or physician’s assistant may not act a team member. Team members are classified as those who legally cannot provide injections and are auxiliary to the practitioner.

Model Patients
For the best educational experience, please bring your own model patients.  Model patients are not provided, though you may pair up with other attendees/team members in the course. Further details and instructions will be provided following registration for this course.

Hotel and Travel Information

For general questions and course content, please email Theresa Stoffer at the American Academy of Facial Esthetics.

For assistance with registration, please contact the ADA Member Service Center at 800.621.8099 or click on the live chat button.


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