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The course is a revision session focusing on safe practical techniques ideal to provide evidence of learning and keeping up to date for appraisal.

History and development of Botulinum Toxin Pharmacology of Botulinum Toxin Safety and regulations Side effects and contraindications Facial anatomy Consent Reconstitution of Botulinum Toxin Technique and Administration on Mannequin Adverse events/reactions Follow up Technique and administration on a model (Non RCGP accredited) Setting up a clinic (Non RCGP accredited)Course syllabus includes: Causes of ageing Anatomy of the skin How to assess the face Types and brands of dermal fillers How dermal fillers work Preparation and storage Precautions & side effects Contraindications Client selection & assessment What can be achieved with dermal fillers Treatment planning & injection techniques Legal & consent requirements Practical procedures Introduction to advanced uses The importance of aftercare Before and after case studies Demonstration Hands-on training on real patients Course Syllabus History and development of Botulinum Toxin Pharmacology of Botulinum Toxin Safety and regulations Side effects and contraindications Facial anatomy Consent Reconstitution of Botulinum Toxin Technique and Administration on Mannequin Adverse events/reactions Follow up Technique and administration on a model (Non RCGP accredited) Setting up a clinic (Non RCGP accredited)Course Syllabus History and development of Botulinum Toxin Pharmacology of Botulinum Toxin Safety and regulations Side effects and contraindications Facial anatomy Consent Reconstitution of Botulinum Toxin Technique and Administration on Mannequin Adverse events/reactions Follow up Technique and administration on a model (Non RCGP accredited) Setting up a clinic (Non RCGP accredited)Course Syllabus History and development of Botulinum Toxin Pharmacology of Botulinum Toxin Safety and regulations Side effects and contraindications Facial anatomy Consent Reconstitution of Botulinum Toxin Technique and Administration on Mannequin Adverse events/reactions Follow up Technique and administration on a model (Non RCGP accredited) Setting up a clinic (Non RCGP accredited)Course syllabus includes: Causes of ageing Anatomy of the skin How to assess the face Types and brands of dermal fillers How dermal fillers work Preparation and storage Precautions & side effects Contraindications Client selection & assessment What can be achieved with dermal fillers Treatment planning & injection techniques Legal & consent requirements Practical procedures Introduction to advanced uses The importance of aftercare Before and after case studies Demonstration Hands-on training on real patients Course Syllabus History and development of Botulinum Toxin Pharmacology of Botulinum Toxin Safety and regulations Side effects and contraindications Facial anatomy Consent Reconstitution of Botulinum Toxin Technique and Administration on Mannequin Adverse events/reactions Follow up Technique and administration on a model (Non RCGP accredited) Setting up a clinic (Non RCGP accredited)Course syllabus includes: Causes of ageing Anatomy of the skin How to assess the face Types and brands of dermal fillers How dermal fillers work Preparation and storage Precautions & side effects Contraindications Client selection & assessment What can be achieved with dermal fillers Treatment planning & injection techniques Legal & consent requirements Practical procedures Introduction to advanced uses The importance of aftercare Before and after case studies Demonstration Hands-on training on real patients The course is a revision session focusing on safe practical techniques ideal to provide evidence of learning and keeping up to date for appraisal.

Muslim Association of Bolingbrook is a not-for-profit religious organization incorporated in the State of Illinois in the early 90's with the mission of serving the communities in and around Bolingbrook area.

Both Masjid Al-Islam and Masjid Al-Jumu'ah in Bolingbrook are managed by Muslim Association of Bolingbrook.

Protect yourself with these bone-building nutrients. Calcium Calcium is one of the most important nutrients with which to bone up.

The best choices for calcium include fat-free plain yogurt, fat-free or low-fat milk and cheeses, calcium-fortified tofu, soybeans, white beans, collard greens, kale, broccoli, and almonds.

Vitamin D Calcium relies on vitamin D to help it travel to the parts of the body that need it.

Your body can make vitamin D with the help of sunlight, but in the interest of protecting your skin, you’ll want to get most of your vitamin D from food and supplements.

The best sources are fatty fish including salmon, herring, mackerel, and sardines; milk (fat-free, 1% low-fat), soy milk, yogurt and egg yolks.

Magnesium Magnesium helps your body neutralize metabolic acids, absorb calcium, and maintain strong bone structure.

Get magnesium from pumpkin seeds or quinoa as well as from millet, brown rice, spinach, Swiss chard, artichoke hearts, cashews, tempeh, sweet potatoes, beans, sesame seeds, flaxseed, and wheat germ.

Potassium Many fruits and veggies contain significant quantities of potassium and other nutrients that contribute to bone health.