In this filmed on-line course, Michele Phelan, RA, LE, CIDESCO and Bradley A. Greene, MD, MBA FACS, teach you what you need to know to get started working in the medical esthetics arena. Whether it is your goal to work in a plastic surgeon’s office, medical-spa, or you would like more in-depth knowledge of this topic so that you can better be educated and direct your clients, this course is for you!
Please Note: This course contains a series of medical esthetics lectures on the topics outlined at the bottom of this page and some demonstrations. It requires time and focus to learn these clinical esthetics topics and can be an intense study for some individuals due to the technical nature of the lectures. This material is best suited for those who are serious about working in a medical esthetics setting or want to know about clinical skin care and are dedicated to learning about this science.
View Curriculum Here
Lecture1.2 Class Introduction
Lecture2.1 Section 1: What is Paramedical Aesthetics?
Lecture2.2 Section 2: Skin Science
Lecture2.3 Section 3: Fitzpatrick and Rubin’s Skin Typing
Lecture2.4 Section 4: Understanding Melanin
Lecture2.5 Section 5: Bones of the Face
Lecture2.6 Section 6: Understanding Facial Muscles
Lecture2.7 Section 7: Basic Medical Terminology
Lecture2.8 Section 8: A Little About Wound Care
Lecture2.9 Section 9: Medical Esthetics and Working with a Physician
Lecture2.10 Section 10: MLD/Understanding the Lymphatic System
Lecture2.11 Section 11: Understanding Acne
Lecture2.12 Section 12: Understanding Acne Rosacea
Lecture2.13 Section 13: Other Skin Disorders
Lecture2.14 Section 14: Skin Cancer
Lecture3.1 Dr. Greene Introduction & Course Overview
Lecture3.2 Section 1: Anatomy of a Medical Chart
Lecture3.3 Section 2: Advanced Facial Anatomy
Lecture3.4 Section 3: Neuromodulators
Lecture3.5 Section 4: Soft Tissue Fillers
Lecture3.6 Section 5: Cosmetic Lasers
Lecture3.7 Section 6: Chemical Peels (Exfoliation)
Lecture3.8 Section 7: Facial Aesthetic Surgery
Lecture3.9 Section 8: Pre/Post Care & Judgement
Lecture3.10 Section 9: Sanitation / Sterilization
Lecture3.11 Section 10: Non-Medical Considerations
In this course, there are self-quizzes at the end of most sections, some homework that needs to be emailed into your educator, and a final test at the end, which will be emailed to you by your instructor once all requirements have been completed. Once the final test has been completed and you pass with a 73% pass mark or higher your certificate will be signed by Dr. Bradley, Greene and sent to you.
Course Type: Online course.
CLASS POLICIES AND TERMS
Refunds: No refunds once purchased.
Cost: Rates are subject to change.
- Prior to beginning the course please email a copy of your professional license or verification letter from current esthetics school that you are attending to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Our Para-Medical Esthetics on-line course was exclusively created for estheticians and Cosmetologists who practice skin care. Or an individual who is enrolled in a state board approved esthetician or cosmetology school currently and is interested in Clinical esthetics.
- Downloading the power point is required as it coincides with the lectures (video) and you can take notes on it if you print it out. The powerpoint that can be downloaded can be found after the welcome video.