If you are a medical professional (RN, NP or PA), and would like to see what it is like to be an injector, or would like to learn safe injection techniques, we offer both training and shadowing opportunities.
Both private and group hands-on training can be provided. The private or group training consists of 4+ hours on-site to treat live patients. Melissa Levin, FNP-BC will work with you step-by-step through the patient interaction and treatment administration answering questions and assisting with technology to provide optimal results for your patient and strengthening your business.The SkinPen Precision system is a Class II, FDA cleared microneedling device that can be used to treat and improve acne scarring, fine lines and wrinkles, loose skin, skin texture, pore size, brown spots, stretch marks, and pigment issues. The needles can be adjusted to varying depths, allowing for a customized treatment plan tailored to your specific skin concerns.
Here's what you will learn during the training session:
Recognize the history of neurotoxin use in cosmetic medicine.
Label relevant facial anatomical features.
Explain Botulinum Toxin A’s mechanism of action in the body.
Identify and distinguish FDA-approved neurotoxin products.
Analyze the safety concerns of cosmetic neurotoxin administration and be able to relate these concerns to common contraindications.
Approach facial assessments with confidence, considering
the unique anatomy of individual patients.
Manage patient expectations of cosmetic outcomes.
Prepare patients for treatment.
Recognize and mitigate potential complications.
Manage any specific complications that arise, maintaining the highest level of patient safety.
Demonstrate competence in cosmetic neurotoxin injection techniques using BOTOX® for:
Frontalis muscle for transverse forehead rhytids or
Glabellar complex injections for “frown lines.”
Lateral canthal rhytids for “crow’s feet.”
Follow post-procedure guidelines for optimal patient outcomes.
Don’t miss your chance to attend a shadow day with Melissa Levin, FNP-BC at Ideal Esthetics
Shadow days are an important piece to an injector's growth within the aesthetic industry. These days are kept small and intimate with a maximum number of three medical professionals per day. You will see Melissa inject and consult several patients throughout your shadow day. Throughout each patient experience Melissa is detailed in reviewing the unique anatomical presentation of the patient and details a clinical treatment plan. Observers will learn how to technically assess the face while developing a unique plan that adheres to safety and consideration to the patients anticipated budget for the procedure.
Shadowing opportunities are available either one-on-one, or up to 4 individuals.