Your Route to Level 7
Playing a key role in pain management when injecting dermal filler into the lips, the dental infusion training gives each learner a firm grounding and capability to administer lidocaine direct into the gums with careful consideration to client selection, contraindications, pain management, client medical records and specific treatment techniques.
Lidocaine is a local anaesthetic similar to the anaesthetics dentists use to numb your gums and teeth. Its value in pain control is its ability to quiet the nerves. It is a treatment for clients with nerve pain syndromes, usually linked to lip augmentation treatments, that need the added lidocaine where other solutions such as medications and interventions are not suitable.
• Observational Learning
• Educator demonstration & explanation
• Practical Workshops
• Hands on learning with tutor demonstration and explanations
Add value to your clinic by offering extra pain management when delivering services in the perioral area.
The knowledgeable a-training team can advise on upcoming course dates, Registered Prior Learning applications (for those with alternative prerequesite experience) and further course and qualification details that you may require.