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PRF Course

PRF in Facial Esthetics Course

Advanced-PRF Education in Facial Aesthetics

3-Day Course - Come learn Facial Esthetics with the top doctors using PRF

 

Fort Lauderdale Course Location and Hotel Information

The course is entirely run at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina

1881 SE 17th Street, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316

 

Reserve Your Room for Advanced PRF Education Conference at Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina

 

Los Angeles, California Course Location and Hotel Information

(Fly into John Wayne airport (SNA) - 5 minutes away)

HILTON IRVINE/ORANGE COUNTY AIRPORT

18800 MacArthur Blvd., Irvine, CA 92612  

 

Reserve Your Room for Advanced PRF Education Conference at HILTON IRVINE/ORANGE COUNTY AIRPORT

 

Guests can also call 800-HILTONS or 949-833-9999 and mention “PRF Course” or group code PRF24.

 

“Increase your skill set in facial aesthetics and dentistry within this 3-day course to optimize your comfort levels for private practice!!!”

Day 1 Thursday

Dr. Richard Miron

8:30-3:30 - Lunch (12:30 to 1:30)

Platelet rich fibrin (PRF) has been widely utilized in regenerative medicine and dentistry primarily owing to its ability to favor wound healing. This course aims to highlight the recent advancements made with respect to the newest formulations of platelet concentrates and systematically presents when, where and why specific platelet concentrates may be utilized to further speed wound healing and tissue regeneration for various clinical indications faced in routine daily medical and dental practice. From the lead Editor of Quintessence’s 2021 best-selling textbook titled: “Understanding Platelet Rich Fibrin”, Dr. Richard Miron discusses a variety of methods to improve PRF in routine daily practice.

 

Objectives

  • Provide the biological background and scientific rationale for why platelet concentrates speed wound healing

  • Introduce new protocols using horizontal centrifugation

  • Provide clinical indications when, where and why to use PRF (membranes and liquid) in regenerative dentistry and facial esthetics

  • Learn how to transform PRF membranes from 2 weeks resorption properties to 4 months

  • Launch of the Bio-Cool technology

  • Importance of PRF tubes for the fabrication of PRF

 

Break 3:30-4:00

 

Dr. Richard Miron and Marvin Garrido

4:00-5:00 Live Phlebotomy, live sticky bone, live Bio-Fillers and live e-PRF membrane demos

 

Day 2 Friday

Dr. Richard Miron

8:30-11:00

  • Review of trends in facial esthetics. What is the role of the dentist in facial esthetics? How big is the market for dentists?

  • Marketing the facial esthetic patient. CARE Esthetics

  • Photography in facial esthetics. A simple step by step guideline for accurate patient recording and documentation

  • Micro-needling in facial esthetics

  • Lasers in Facial Esthetics

Geir Harvard

11:00-12:00 Facial creams in Facial Esthetics

Lunch 12:00 to 1:00

Dr. Catherine Davies

1:00-1:45 An introduction to facial anatomy and facial esthetics.

 

Dr. Catherine Davies

1:45-2:45 Basic injection techniques for tomorrow morning

Break 2:45-3:15

 

Live Demos by Dr. Miron and Dr. Davies

3:15-5:00

Day 3 Saturday

Day 3 is entirely clinical and practical based

(no lectures – wear scrubs)

 

Doctors and accompanying staff will be divided into 7 groups and rotate through instructors.

 

Each doctor will participate in live demos and patient practice as follows (in various orders):

  • Microneedling with PRF (Dr. Cristina, Dr. Ceccacci, Dr. Miron, Marvin, Lauren and Jeannie)

  • Hair regrowth with PRF (Dr. Davies)

  • Bio-Heat and Bio-Filler Injections (Dr. Cornehl, Dr. Hernandez)

  • Lip injections with PRF (Dr. Love)

  • Importance of Facial Creams in Facial Esthetics (Geir Harvard)

  • Photobiomodulation in facial esthetics with the ATP38 (Dr. Bedir)

  • Photography in Facial Esthetics (Walt Rozier)

 

The course usually concludes at 3:30pm.

PRF in Facial Esthetics Course

$3,495.00Price
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