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Medical Spa Training & Education Manuals

Staff Training & Education

The Medical Spa Training Study Courses for Medical Estheticians, Laser Technicians and Med Spa Staff from Medical Spa MD, the leading community of physicians in non-surgical cosmetic medicine.

Your medical spa staffs knowledge and expertise is a critical component to your success. Now it's easy to train every new hire on what cosmetic procedures you offer, how they work, and what alternatives there are. Ensure that your front desk, estheticians and laser technicians have the information that they need to answer patient questions with confidence.

From IPL training to skin typing, Botox, Restylane, and Juvederm filler injections, the Medical Esthetician Training Manual & Study Guide, and the Advanced IPL & Laser Training for Non-physicians is part of your Medical Spas success.

For the first time, your laser clinic or medspa staff has the latest information on the newest nonsurgical medical treatments, from Botox, Restylane, and the newest filler injections, to fractional CO2 laser resurfacing and IPL treatments and you have a uniform and tested training system. This is a must have for any serious cosmetic clinic.

 

Advanced IPL & Laser Training Manual

 

The Advanced IPL & Laser Training Manual for Non-Physicians is required training material for every new hire working in a medical spa.

Your staffs education and understanding is the single most important factor in the success of your medspa, plastic surgery, or dermatology practice. Give your staff the materials that will make you successful.
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Medical Aesthetics Training Manual & Study Guide

 

 
The Advanced Medical Spa Aesthetics Training Course & Study Guide is a two part learning curriculum for non-physicians.

With 165 pages of quality content, this course is delivered in two parts that include a text book and a study guide. Use this course to train your staff and give them the information they need to make your medical spa a success. Read more.
Download Medical Spa Aesthetics Training Course TOC

Medical Aesthetics Training Manual & Study Guide - $247

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Get all 3 and save almost $200!

Medical Aesthetics Training Manual & Study Guide AND The Advanced IPL & Laser Training Manual

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AND the IPL & Laser Training course and save almost $200!


 

 
Medical Spa Aesthetics Training, Study Guide, AND Advanced IPL & Laser Training - $297

$ 474.00 297.00

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Download Advanced IPL & Laser Training TOC
Download Medical Spa Aesthetics Training Course TOC

These training manuals are a critical component to the success of any Laser Center, Med Spa, Plastic Surgery or Cosmetic Dermatology practice. Use them to train every new medical spa staff member on what cosmetic procedures are available, how they work, and what alternatives there are.

These training and study courses are already being used in leading medical spas and laser clinics right now to provide every new esthetician and laser tech with current information about cosmetic information, and test their knowledge before they're hired.

 

 

 

 

 

What's included in these Medical Spa Training Manuals?

 

Advanced IPL & Laser Training Manual

 

The Advanced IPL & Laser Training Manual for Non-Physicians is required training material for every new hire working in a medical spa.

Your staffs education and understanding is the single most important factor in the success of your medspa, plastic surgery, or dermatology practice. Give your staff the materials that will make you successful.

Advanced IPL & Laser Training - $227

$ 227.00

Add to Cart

 

 

 

Table of Contents

  • Fundamentals of Aesthetics Lasers    5
  • Preface    5
  • History of Lasers    5
  • Birth of the Laser    6
  • Electromagnetic Spectrum    7
  • Wavelengths    7
  • Frequency    7
  • Joules    8
  • What Causes Waves?    8
  • Properties of Wave Function    8
  • Laser Effect on Tissue    9
  • Aesthetic Lasers    9
  • Laser Classifications    9
  • Noninvasive & Minimally Invasive Lasers    10
  • Non ablative Lasers & Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)    11
  • Ablative & Invasive Lasers    14
  • Safe Use of Lasers    16
  • Symptoms of Laser Eye Injury    17
  • Technical Guidelines for Eye Safety    18
  • Safety Practices in the Laser Suite    18
  • State Regulations    19
  • Laser Applications    22
  • Patient Selection    22
  • Skin Color    23
  • Skin Typing    24
  • The Fitzpatrick Classification Scale    24
  • Medical History    26
  • Physical Examination    27
  • Contraindications for Treatment    28
  • Topical Anesthetics and Pain Relief    28
  • Hair Removal    29
  • Anatomy of the Hair Follicle    30
  • Growth Phases of Hair    31
  • Melanin    32
  • Laser and Light Devices for Hair Removal    33
  • Long Pulse Ruby Laser    34
  • Long Pulse Alexandrite Laser    35
  • Diode Laser    35
  • Short Pulse, Q-Switched Nd:YAG 1064nm    35
  • Long Pulse Nd:YAG 1064nm    35
  • Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)    36
  • Contraindications    36
  • Procedure    36
  • Post Treatment    37
  • Photorejuvenation    38
  • Contraindications    38
  • Hyperpigmentation    38
  • Solar Lentigines    38
  • Freckles    38
  • Melasma and Chloasma    38
  • Skin Lightening Agents    38
  • Hydroquinone    38
  • Kojic Acid    38
  • Arbutin    38
  • Azelaic Acid    38
  • Topical Retinoids    38
  • Alpha Hydroxy Acids    38
  • Facial Telangiectasias    38
  • Rosacea    38
  • Acne Vulgaris    38
  • Etiology of Acne    38
  • Medical Treatment Modalities    38
  • The Use of Lasers in Treating Acne    38
  • Vascular Lesions    38
  • Blood Vessel Anatomy    38
  • Types of Vascular Anomalies Treated With Lasers    38
  • Telangiectasia    38
  • Rosacea    38
  • Leg Veins    38
  • Varicose Veins    38
  • Cherry Hemangiomas    38
  • Vascular Birthmarks    38
  • Skin Tightening    38
  • Skin Tightening Devices    38
  • Expected Results    38
  • Skin Tightening Devices At-A-Glance    38
  • Introduction to Dermabrasion and Microdermabrasion    38
  • Dermabrasion    38
  • Microdermabrasion    38
  • Crystallized Microdermabrasion    38
  • Crystal-Free Microdermabrasion    38
  • Vibration Microdermabrasion    38
  • Post-Procedure    38
  • Introduction to Chemical Peels    38
  • Patient Assessment    38
  • Treatment    38
  • Light Peel    38
  • Medium-depth Peel    38
  • Jessner’s TCA Peel    38
  • Deep Peel    38
  • Understanding Injectables    38
  • Dermal Fillers    38
  • Collagen    38
  • Hyaluronic Acid    38
  • Restylane®    38
  • Juvéderm™    38
  • Captique    38
  • Hylaform™    38
  • Calcium Hydroxylapitite Radiesse®    38
  • Poly-L-Lactic Acid Sculptra®    38
  • Botox® Cosmetic    38
  • Glossary of Terms    38

 

 

 

Medical Aesthetics Training Manual & Study Guide

 

The Advanced Medical Spa Aesthetics Training Course & Study Guide is a two part learning curriculum for non-physicians.

With 165 pages of quality content, this course is delivered in two parts that include a text book and a study guide. Use this course to train your staff and give them the information they need to make your medical spa a success.

Medical Aesthetics Training Manual & Study Guide - $247

$ 247.00

Add to Cart

 

 

 

 

Table of Contents

  • Preface 5
  • Chapter 1 – Understanding Injectables 6
  • Understanding Injectables 6
  • FDA Approved 7
  • Bovine Collagen 7
  • Injection Process: 8
  • Porcine Collagen - EVOLENCE® 8
  • Hyaluronic Acid Fillers 9
  • Restylane® 10
  • JuvédermTM 11
  • Captique 12
  • HylaformTM 12
  • Perlane® 13
  • Calcium Hydroxylapitite Dermal Filler 13
  • Radiesse® 13
  • Poly-L-Lactic Acid Dermal Fillers Sculptra® 14
  • Non-Filler Injectables 16
  • Botox® Cosmetic 16
  • DysportTM (Reloxin) 16
  • Chapter 2 – Fitzpatrick Skin Typing 18
  • Fitzpatrick Skin Typing 18
  • Skin Classification by Ethnicity Type 22
  • Chapter 3 – Dermabrasion & Microdermabrasion 24
  • Dermabrasion and Microdermabrasion 24
  • Dermabrasion 24
  • Microdermabrasion 25
  • Crystallized Microdermabrasion 25
  • Crystal-free Microdermabrasion 26
  • Chapter 4 – Chemical Peels Introduction 30
  • Introduction to Chemical Peels 30
  • Desquamation: 30
  • Preparing the Patient for a Peel 31
  • Hydroxy Acids 31
  • Types of Hydroxy Acids 32
  • Jessners Peel 32
  • TCA Chemical Peels 33
  • Bakers-Gordon/Bakers Phenol 34
  • Chapter 5 – Fundamentals of Aesthetic Lasers 36
  • History of Lasers 36
  • Birth of the Laser 36
  • Electromagnetic Spectrum 37
  • Wavelengths 37
  • Frequency 38
  • Joules 38
  • What Causes Waves? 38
  • Properties of Wave Function 39
  • Laser Effect on Tissue 39
  • Chapter 6 – Laser Classifications 41
  • Laser Classifications 41
  • Noninvasive & Minimally Invasive Lasers 42
  • Non-ablative Lasers & Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) 42
  • Ablative & Invasive Lasers 46
  • Chapter 7 – Safe Use of Lasers 48
  • Safe Use of Lasers 48
  • Symptoms of Laser Eye Injury 50
  • Technical Guidelines for Eye Safety 50
  • State Regulations 52
  • Chapter 8 – Laser Applications 56
  • Laser Applications 56
  • Patient Selection 56
  • Skin Color 57
  • Laser Burn 57
  • Medical History 57
  • Physical Examination 59
  • Chapter 9 – Topical Anesthetics & Pain Relief 60
  • Topical Anesthetics and Pain Relief 60
  • Mechanical Cooling Devices 61
  • Nerve Blocks 61
  • Chapter 10 – Light Based Hair Removal 62
  • Hair Removal 62
  • Anatomy of the Hair Follicle 63
  • Growth Phases of Hair 64
  • Melanin 65
  • Laser and Light Devices for Hair Removal 66
  • Long Pulse Ruby Laser 68
  • Long Pulse Alexandrite Laser 68
  • Diode Laser 68
  • Short Pulse, Q-Switched Nd:YAG 1064nm 68
  • Long Pulse Nd:YAG 1064nm 69
  • Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) 69
  • Post Treatment 71
  • Chapter 11- Photorejuvenation 72
  • Photorejuvenation 72
  • Hyperpigmentation 74
  • Solar Lentigines 74
  • Freckles 74
  • Melasma and Chloasma 75
  • Skin Lightening Agents 75
  • Hydroquinone 75
  • Kojic Acid 76
  • Arbutin 76
  • Azelaic Acid 77
  • Topical Retinoids 77
  • Alpha Hydroxy Acids 77
  • Facial Telangiectasias 77
  • Rosacea 78
  • Chapter 12 – Acne Vulgaris 80
  • Acne Vulgaris 80
  • Etiology of Acne 80
  • Medical Treatment Modalities 82
  • The Use of Lasers in Treating Acne 82
  • Chapter 13 – Vascular Lesions 85
  • Vascular Lesions 85
  • Blood Vessel Anatomy 85
  • Types of Vascular Anomalies Treated With Lasers 86
  • Telangiectasia 86
  • Rosacea 87
  • Leg Veins 88
  • Varicose Veins 89
  • Cherry Hemangiomas 89
  • Vascular Birthmarks 89
  • Chapter 14 – Skin Tightening 91
  • Skin Tightening 91
  • Skin Tightening Devices 91
  • Skin Tightening Devices At-A-Glance 93
  • Chapter 15 – Laser Skin Resurfacing 95
  • Ablative Resurfacing Lasers 95
  • Non-Ablative Resurfacing Lasers (1064, 1440, 1500, 1540nm) 96
  • Fractional Technology 97
  • Radio Frequency (RF) Devices 97
  • Plasma Skin Resurfacing Lasers 98

 

Get all 3 and save almost $200!

Medical Aesthetics Training Manual & Study Guide AND The Advanced IPL & Laser Training Manual

Buy the Medical Spa Aesthetics Training Course & Study Guide
AND the IPL & Laser Training course and save almost $200!


 

 
Medical Spa Aesthetics Training, Study Guide, AND Advanced IPL & Laser Training - $297

$ 474.00 297.00

Add to Cart

 

 

 

These training manuals are a critical component to the success of any Laser Center, Med Spa, Plastic Surgery or Cosmetic Dermatology practice. Use them to train every new medical spa staff member on what cosmetic procedures are available, how they work, and what alternatives there are.

These training and study courses are already being used in leading medical spas and laser clinics right now to provide every new esthetician and laser tech with current information about cosmetic information, and test their knowledge before they're hired.

 

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