• Aesthetic Medicine

    Paradigm is one of the premier medical education companies serving Aesthetic Medicine. Since 2010, we have designed and implemented more than 400 national and international programs on non-invasive injectable agents (both soft tissue fillers and neuromodulators) as well as a series of programs related to energy-based skin and tissue tightening and lifting.

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EXPERT STRATEGIES FOR FACIAL REJUVENATION UTILIZING LONGER-ACTING DERMAL FILLERS

In the demanding field of aesthetic medicine, insufficient knowledge and skills can contribute to improper treatment and inferior patient outcomes with regard to efficacy and safety. A significant gap exists between the need for quality education and training for those interested in advanced practice of facial rejuvenation and the expert training that is currently available. This is especially true regarding longer-lasting soft tissue fillers. Clinicians clearly want and need additional education on the safe and effective use of these agents. This CME-certified activity will pay particular attention to advanced uses of longer-lasting soft tissue fillers as a fundamental component of individualized facial rejuvenation.

 

THE ACADEMY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF AESTHETICS: BOTULINUM TOXIN TYPE A

AestheticCare.org provides CME-certified learning modules developed by physicians who are experts in the field of aesthetic medicine. The courses are easy to navigate, providing comprehensive insight and information, helping aesthetic clinicians face the constant challenge of keeping ahead of the curve with evolving techniques and a broadening array of available products. The site also includes animated and live demonstrations of injection technique, as well as detailed images and descriptions of facial anatomy, designed to promote safe and effective use of available treatment options.

 

ADVANCES IN AESTHETICS: A GLOBAL TREATMENT APPROACH TO OPTIMIZING PATIENT OUTCOMES

Aesthetic medicine clinicians need quality instruction and training to keep informed about continuing innovations in the aesthetic use of injectable soft tissue fillers and neuromodulators, energy-based ultrasound rejuvenation therapies, and technologies for controlled subcision. These intensive 3-hour activities are intended for practitioners who wish to enhance their techniques and skills in facial rejuvenation. A concise introductory didactic lecture will review the processes of aging in facial skin and deeper tissues and differentiate evolving products and techniques for facial rejuvenation. Expert faculty will present video case studies and perform live demonstrations, providing attendees with valuable guidance on how to better individualize treatment, including product selection and dosing, optimal use of combination therapy, and how to address challenges of aesthetic rejuvenation.

 

FACING THE FUTURE: EXPERT INSIGHTS ON USE OF SOFT TISSUE FILLERS AND NEUROMODULATORS FOR FULL-FACE REJUVENATION

Aesthetic clinicians face the constant challenge of keeping ahead of the curve with evolving techniques and a broadening array of available products. In addition, to conduct appropriate patient assessments and create optimal treatment plans, they need an understanding of the effects of aging in the skin and deeper tissues, as they relate to aesthetic rejuvenation. This activity will provide participants with expert recommendations on the key characteristics of collagen-stimulating soft tissue fillers and how to apply best practices for facial rejuvenation, including integration of novel approaches and individualization based on anatomic assessment, extent of facial aging, and patient goals.

 

FULL-FACE REJUVENATION WITH INJECTABLES AND ENERGY-BASED TISSUE LIFTING

Ongoing advancements in the aesthetic use of injectable soft tissue fillers and neuromodulators and energy-based rejuvenation technology necessitate quality education and training for aesthetic medicine clinicians. These focused 3-hour meetings are designed for experienced practitioners who wish to enhance their facial rejuvenation techniques and skills. A concise preparatory didactic lecture will include the causes and processes of aging in facial skin and deeper tissues and differentiate evolving products and techniques for facial rejuvenation. Expert faculty will present high definition video case studies and perform several live demonstrations, providing attendees with valuable guidance on how to individualize treatment, including injection strategies, product selection and dosing, optimal use of combination therapy, and how to address challenges of lower face rejuvenation.

This activity expired for credit on June 9, 2016

 

EXPERT INSIGHTS ON USE OF NEW AND EMERGING MINIMALLY INVASIVE TECHNIQUES FOR OPTIMAL FACIAL REJUVENATION

This initiative reviews the anatomy and physiology of aging skin/tissue as it relates to facial rejuvenation and the evolution of minimally invasive aesthetic techniques. It also includes the most current information on an emerging option - absorbable lifting sutures - and use of combination therapy to individualize treatment plans and facilitate optimal patient outcomes. Live and/or video patient treatment demonstrations provide step-by-step instruction and insight into the latest advances in facial rejuvenation.

This activity expired for credit on May 16, 2017

 

ADVANCES IN ENERGY-BASED NONSURGICAL TISSUE LIFTING: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES, PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS, AND CLINICAL PEARLS

This CME-certified webinar was designed to educate learners about energy-based tissue lifting techniques, where they "fit" within the rejuvenation continuum, and how to select appropriate patients.

 

FACIAL AESTHETICS: ADVANCED TECHNIQUES FOR FULL FACE REJUVENATION

This series of CME/CE-certified activities reviews facial anatomy pertinent to full face rejuvenation, discusses the science of soft tissue fillers and neuromodulators, and provides practical information on optimal selection and techniques for these agents based on their characteristics, indications, and efficacy, as well as patient assessment, gender, and goals.


INNOVATIONS IN FACIAL AESTHETIC MEDICINE

This comprehensive CME/CE initiative features experts in aesthetic medicine sharing their insights and expertise on the nuances of treatment based on consistent assessment of facial aging, choice of neuromodulators and soft tissue fillers based on their characteristics, injection technique, and outcome assessment.

This activity expired for credit on February 28, 2015

 

INDIVIDUALIZING FACIAL AESTHETIC THERAPY: A FOCUS ON ANATOMIC TARGETING TO OPTIMIZE PATIENT OUTCOMES

This Canadian-based CME/CE initiative, developed for physicians, nurse practitioners, and medical residents/fellows, offered extensive training on noninvasive injectables used in facial aesthetic therapy.

This activity expired for credit on October 31, 2014

 

ADVANCES IN COSMETIC THERAPY

The Advances in Cosmetic Therapy series of national CME/CE activities was designed to educate physicians, nurse practitioners, and medical residents/fellows on advances and emerging therapies in facial aesthetics using noninvasive injectable agents.


PRACTICAL TRAINING IN FACIAL AESTHETICS: A COMPREHENSIVE MEDICAL EDUCATION INITIATIVE ON INJECTABLES

This CME/CE-certified initiative was designed to provide physicians, nurse practitioners, and medical residents/fellows with comprehensive training on the spectrum of noninvasive injectables used in facial aesthetic therapy.