Course: MICRONEEDLING THEORY CLASS– $499.00 USD (Breakfast and lunch included.) (Click to Purchase)
(For half-day, hands-on class for all Alumni – $250.00 USD at separate venue – Max 10 students. October 7th, 2017. See details.)
Early Bird Rate: $449.00 USD (until September 16th).
Group Discount: Register with 5 or more people and receive $50 off per person. Registrations must be received at the same time, same day. The group discount cannot be combined with any other discount offer. Please call 1-250-381-SKIN (7546) to register and receive the group discount.
Canadians: Please call 250 381 7546 to register and pay in Canadian Dollars.
When: 6th October 2017. 8:30 am – 5:00 pm.
Where: 15 West Campus Way, Victoria, BC, V8P 5C2, Canada (Website Directions and Information).
Who should attend? Medical professionals & non-medical staff performing/overseeing microneedling.
Workshop Goal: To enable clinicians to attain the highest level of knowledge in microneedling treatments to maximize patient outcomes and safety.
Microneedling Class Outline:
General Microneedling Class Information – Morning Session:
- Are my products safe and effective?
- What device should I choose?
- What determines my scope of practice? (It is not needle length!)
- Should we provoke and sustain the inflammatory response?
- How often and how many treatments?
- How do I avoid complications?
- How do I maximize results?
Continental Breakfast: 8.30 am to 9.00 am (Included)
Morning Session: 9.00 am to 12.30 pm
Basic Skin Anatomy and Physiology (20 min).
How Needling Works: Cell-to-cell Communication and Gene Regulation (30 min).
Skin Care Products – Active Ingredients to Include with Microneedling (20 min).
Skin Care Products – Inactive Ingredients to Avoid with Microneedling (20 min).
Coffee/Tea: 10.30 am to 10.45 am
The Consultation Process as it Pertains to Microneedling – History, Exam, and Diagnosis (30 min).
Classification of Fitzpatrick Skin Typing.
Timing or Frequency of Treatments and Why (30 min).
Device selection – Pros and Cons of Rollers, Stamps, and Electrical Devices (30 min).
How to Combine Microneedling with Other Treatment Modalities to Maximize Results and Avoid Counterproductive Effects with, e.g. Fillers (15 min).
Lunch: 12.30 pm to 1.15 pm (Included)
General Microneedling Class Information – Afternoon Session:
- What conditions can I treat? (Appropriate patient selection AND scope of practice.)
- What should I include in my informed consent?
- Complications? What did I miss? What do I do now?
- Post needling treatment protocols; Immediate and Beyond?
Afternoon Session: 1.15 pm to 5.00 pm
Scarring – Patient Selection, Contraindications, Side-effects, Complications & Treatment Plan (30 min).
Anti-Aging and Wrinkles – Patient Selection, Contraindications, Side-effects, Complications & Treatment Plan (30 min).
Hyperpigmentation – Patient Selection, Contraindications, Side-effects, Complications & Treatment Plan 30 min).
Coffee/Tea: 2.45 pm to 3.00 pm
Clinical Diagnostic Tools:
Other Tools (15 min)
Correct “Treatment” Selection for the Patient
Review of Indications & Contraindications
Skin Preparation (45 min)
Video Demo (60 min)
Masks (Time Permitting)
LED (Time Permitting)
Topicals & Aftercare Protocols
Q & A
(PURCHASE) Canadians: Please call 250 381 7546 to register and pay in Canadian Dollars.
There are 3 rooms available at the University for that weekend. The cost is $132.25 CAD, including taxes. Click Here for reservations.
B&B 20 minutes from Microneedling Class location. Click Here for further information. (Mention the class to receive a discount.)
Dr. Lance Setterfield MB.Ch.B. (Victoria, Canada) Dr. Lance Setterfield, one of the world’s foremost Dermal Needling experts, is an educator, skin treatment specialist & international speaker. Author of “Concise Guide to Dermal Needling, Expanded Medical Edition”, as well as creator of the Microneedling Online Course and live Microneedling Workshops, he draws from 33 yrs of medical experience with special interest in cell-to-cell communication, researching effects of dermal needling on the epidermis (cosmetic) & dermis (medical). Collaboration with companies around the world has enabled him to be on the forefront of this technology.