Aesthetic Medicine Training: an important course for all registered nurses, practitioners and physicians involved in the dermato

17 Feb 2016 09:26
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AAAMS which stands for American Association of Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery training is a program which provides training for physicians, registered nurses and practitioners in the art of aesthetics and non-invasive cosmetic surgery approach with great ease through a practical and clear cut. They are working in this field since 2006 and till date have conducted many successful programs and have trained many practitioners successfully.
aesthetics training teaches the history, action, side effects and contradictions of cosmetic Botox. The training also includes the formulation, preparation, safety, and storage of Botox. Marking by giving proper training of the trainees are well trained and techniques, including the administration to the glabellar region, lateral canthus, and forehead. The fees taken for this course is comparatively low when compared with wide variety of subjects trained. Course Fee accounts for $ 2000, which includes fees for course attendance, fee and fees for Certificate which is awarded after training is completed day one for breakfast and lunches and social event dinner. https://aaams.net/aesthetics-101-basic-training-course/
AAAMS surgery training courses include aesthetics 101 training, Botox and fillers training, TCA Peel training, liposuction, facelift Preceptorship, Suspension Face Lift training, liposculpting and fat grafting training, the training one hour face lift, facial surgery and advances in training. With these wide variety of training provided, the trainees can gain full confidence and carry their practice with great ease and safety. AAAMS have set a fee structure of $ 2000, which includes fees for registration, fee for certificates which are given after training is complete, lunches and one day for dinner and social event fee, fee for books and uniforms, and necessary surgical, fees for Hands- on training time as well as didactic classroom with real patients, and for full color power point and instructional training syllabus.

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