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Botox workshop offers hands-on learning CE

February 18, 2019

By David Burger

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Dr. Malcmacher
Dr. Louis Malcmacher's hands-on workshops on botulinum neurotoxin and dermal fillers at ADA annual meetings has become one of the most popular continuing education offerings, and now there is another opportunity to take advantage of his expertise.

The ADA will present the course Botulinum Toxins and Dermal Fillers for Every Dental Practice May 10-11 at ADA Headquarters in Chicago. Dr. Malcmacher will lead the course in collaboration with the American Academy of Facial Aesthetics, of which he is the president.

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. At the end of the course, attendees will have earned eight CE hours per day.

"Botox and dermal fillers are the hottest topics in dentistry right now as they are the most popular treatments desired by patients and can deliver better treatment outcomes than ever before for our patients," Dr. Malcmacher said. "These live-patient Botox and dermal filer training courses are for those that are new to this area of dentistry so they can acquire the skills necessary to deliver these injectable agents."

Dr. Malcmacher said that the emphasis in this course will one practical learning. "With the live-patient Botox and dermal filler training, attendees will be able to leave this course and get started using these new skills in their office on Monday morning," he said.

As a result, Dr. Malcmacher said, "Attendees will be able to provide better treatment for esthetic dentistry, implant dentistry, dental sleep medicine, restorative dentistry, orthodontics, periodontics and more with the proper integration of Botox and dermal fillers into their practices."

To learn more and register, visit ADA.org.