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Botox and Dermal Fillers in Dentistry

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Louis Malcmacher, DDS & Gordon Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD

You have seen many references to use of Botox and dermal fillers by dentists. Are you ready for some changes in your practice? Who knows more about facial esthetics, oral musculature and the psychology of facial appearance than dentists?  Louis Malcmacher is a well-recognized pioneer in this area. Gordon asks Louis all of the questions that are on your mind about this subject.  Clinical demonstrations show the simplicity of the concept. Topics included are:

  • The most important, new, innovative, and useful concepts in dental and facial esthetics
  • The use of botulinum toxin and dermal fillers in the treatment of dental/facial esthetics, TMJ/orofacial pain, bruxism therapy and dental sleep medicine
  • A comparison of new concepts in total facial esthetics
  • Identifying if a patient is a good candidate for facial injectable treatment
  • A new technique for elimination of the gingival “black triangle”
  • Practice management and financial implications of facial injectable treatments

This video could easily be for you one of the more exciting new technique introductions you can find in dentistry.

Closed Captioning available, streaming version

Table of Contents

  • Patient Desire for Optimum Facial Esthetics and Pain Relief
  • Identifying Acceptable Patient Candidates for Treatment
  • Difference Between Botox and Dermal Fillers
  • Physiological Effects of Botulinum Toxin (How does it work?)
  • Physiological Effects of Dermal Fillers (How do they work?)
  • What are Commonly Used Products?
  • Botox:  TMJ/ Bruxism/ Facial Pain/ Trigger Points
  • Botox: Smoothing Skin
  • Botox: Gummy Smile
  • Botox: Bruxism Control & Masseter Reduction
  • Botox: Shaping Jawline
  • Dermal Fillers: Establishing Esthetic Lip Lines and Smile Lines
  • Dermal Fillers: Eliminating "Black Triangles" Between Teeth
  • Dermal Fillers: Lip Enhancement
  • Dermal Fillers: Volumizing Midface for Smile Makeover
  • Dermal Fillers:  Angular Cheilitis
  • Informed Consent
  • Clinical Demonstration: Removal of Static Face Wrinkles
  • Clinical Demonstration: Head and Neck Muscle Pain - Migraine Headaches
  • Potential Side Effects & Contraindications
  • Longevity of Botulinum Toxin Treatments & Dermal Fillers
  • Practice Management and Payment from Benefit Plans
  • Profitability of Botox and Dermal Fillers
  • Additional Educational Resources
  • Conclusion
Video Length: 75 minutes

Item #: V1570

CE Credits: 2

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