Botox® Therapeutics for Facial Pain from Teens to Geriatrics
Watch AAFE President Dr. Louis Malcmacher demonstrate over the shoulder careful and precise diagnosis and treatment of three separate patients in different age brackets. In this program, you will learn:
- Why teenagers have facial pain and when you should treat it with botulinum toxin
- How to use botulinum toxin for differential diagnosis in teens and adults
- Using bruxism appliances with botulinum treatment – when to use and when not to use
- The way to properly evaluate facial muscles for botulinum toxin facial pain treatment
- How to pinpoint the muscles you need to inject for best therapeutic outcomes
- Using the anatomical approach to botulinum toxin facial pain treatment
- Why it is important to balance the patient’s therapeutic and esthetic needs to achieve high patient satisfaction
- Understand why you need to treat patients of all ages differently with botulinum toxin
- How to avoid the mysterious risorius muscle and what happens if you inject it
- Treating the patient with facial pain and fibromyalgia
- Why the masseter muscle injection can’t be too low, too high or too anterior
- When to use botulinum toxin when all other facial pain therapy fails
- Treating the orthodontic relapse patient that presents with facial pain
Dr. Louis Malcmacher maintains a facial pain and facial esthetic practice in Bay Village, Ohio. He has vast experience in total facial esthetics, TMJ and facial pain therapy and has taught tens of thousands of healthcare professionals in these treatment areas. Dr. Malcmacher is a visiting lecturer at a number of dental and medical universities in the areas of facial pain treatment and total facial esthetics. He is president of the American Academy of Facial Esthetics.
For more information about hands-on live patient Frontline TMJ/Headache/Myofascial Pain Training and Botox® and Dermal Filler Training, please call 1-800-952-0521 or visit the American Academy of Facial Esthetics website at www.FacialEsthetics.org
Healthcare professionals need to be properly trained to administer these procedures. Healthcare professionals must exercise independent professional judgment and care in treating their patients. The American Academy of Facial Esthetics LLC assumes no responsibility for patient care and provides no specific medical or legal advice.
On Demand is worth 2 CE credits
ADA CERP CE credits may be accepted by many medical and nursing boards towards CE requirements. Professionals are advised to check with their state licensing boards.