Medical Esthetics 5 Days conference

May 9th, 2016
May 9th, 2016
22600 Ventura Blvd # 103, Woodland Hills, CA 91364
Phone:1.818. 876 0134
Fax:1.818. 963 8981
Highly motivated estheticians have sought advanced education and have helped to define the emerging role of the esthetician in a medical office. These estheticians have become an increasingly important and recognized adjunct to the physician. Among the cosmetic services available today, the largest increase has been in nonsurgical procedures, such as microdermabrasion and chemical peels. This clearly indicates the increased value of an esthetician to the medical profession. This demand has resulted in a larger number of physicians offering cosmetic treatments, treatments before and after surgery, and a wide array of skin care products. Estheticians not only help with skin therapy before and after surgery, but they also play a less-celebrated, although crucial role in managing their patients' comfort and well-being. Working within a medical facility can be a fulfilling career choice for estheticians. Understanding your role and your limitations, can ensure full support and teamwork with your physician. Medical Esthetics is comprised of 4 Classes. Choices are Chemical Exfoliation & Chemical Peelings; Laser & Light Therapy; LHE - Light & Heat Energy; Lymphatic Drainage; Micro-Current & Facial Treatment; Micro-Epidermal Channeling - A Science by Itself. Studies will emphasize choices of: Definition of a Medical Spa The esthetician's role in a medical setting Important factor in deciding to work in a medical setting. Patient vs client terminology The purpose of developing a job description Administrative duties you might expected to do Dermatology, Plastic Surgery or Medical Spas Client/Patient Evaluation and Education Home-Care Instruction and Patient Follow up NCEA Code of Ethics and Scope of Practice