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Dermal Filler Training - New York City, NY

8.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

VENUE: Long Island Marriott | 101 James Doolittle Blvd, Uniondale, New York City, NY

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About the Workshop

The Empire Medical Training’s Dermal Filler Workshop features the latest cutting-edge Dermal
Filler techniques for physicians, nurses, dentists, and licensed healthcare professionals located
in New York City, NY.
Approved by the AMA for a maximum of 8 hours (8.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM) and 8
hours of continuing nursing education for ANCC Accreditation, the Dermal Filler Workshop
provides a comprehensive roadmap toward enhanced patient care and improved
decision-making when choosing FDA approved Dermal Fillers injections according to G-Prime
rating standards.
Our goal is a successful and more conscious aesthetic practice. We have built our courses to
get you there.

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Course Overview

Want to know more about the Dermal Filler Training program? Here’s an overview of what you
will learn in this workshop that will take place at the New York Marriott Downtown.
With over 94% of the soft dermal filler market consisting of hyaluronic acid products (HA), the
rise and preference for non-invasive aesthetic procedures, and a projected CAGR growth of
6.58% from 2021 to 2028 USD —9.22 billion by 2028 (VMR, 2021), the Dermal Filler
Comprehensive Training Program is a must.
The Comprehensive Dermal Filler Training is a hands-on full one-day course, supervised by
board-certified aesthetic physician instructors with top-tier level training on FDA-approved HA
and non-HA fillers such as Juvéderm®, Belotero Balance, Radiesse®, Sculptra®, Bellafil®, and
Ultra Restylane®, as well as other dermal fillers.
Supported by both didactic lectures and training lessons with live patient models, the program
seeks to enhance your understanding of dermal fillers and non-invasive techniques while you
develop the necessary skills to practice and perform procedures, adhere to generally accepted
protocols, and properly assess dermal filler procedure candidates.
The course is permitted for 8 AMA PRA Category 1 CME CreditTM hours.

Course Objectives

During the New York City Dermal Filler Training Course, you will receive methodical guidance
from our specialists. After the course, you will have a broader understanding of techniques for
placement, and product selection to eliminate or enhance the following facial areas:
● Nasolabial Folds (NLF)
● Marionette Lines
● Submalar Hollow
● Lip Enhancement (Lip-plumping and Vermillion Border treatment with PDO Threads)
● Cheek Augmentation
● Tear Through
● Pre-jowl Sulcus
● Advanced Injections (i.e., hands, dimpled chin, laugh lines, etc.)
You will also learn how to:
● Evaluate dermal fillers based on their G-Prime rating
● Develop a broad understanding of different HA dermal fillers (such as Restylane®,
Juvederm®, and Radiesse®, Belotero®, and more)
● Strategically manage dermal fillers to get as many corrections as needed
● Choose between anesthesia options, including topical gels and facial nerve blocks,
including the appropriate techniques in treating facial lipoatrophy, pre-jowl sulcus, lips,
chin, folds, and eye hollow
● Master injection techniques using blunt tip cannulas for reduced bruising and possible
occlusion of vessels
● Manage acquisition, patient charting, and administration issues (i.e., medical intake &
informed consent forms, and other paperwork).
● Recognize the dermal filler procedure’s guidelines, fundamental facial anatomy, changes
in the product properties and injection areas, patient preferences, managing patient’s
expectations, and aftercare
● Expand your business strategy, master the marketing aspects and build a solid pricing
understanding that can be integrated into your business philosophy
● Offer enhanced patient care regarding dermal filler treatment and aesthetic expectations
and offer correction in adverse case scenarios.
For additional details, visit the New York City Dermal Filler Training Courses page. You can also
contact our representatives by phoning 866-333-6747.

Who the event is for?

The Empire Medical Training’s Dermal Filler Workshop features the latest cutting-edge Dermal Filler techniques for physicians, nurses, dentists, and licensed healthcare professionals located in New York City, NY.

Prerequisites

To assure the highest level of participation from attendees and safeguard attending volunteer
patients attending our New York City training course, Empire Medical Training requires you to
complete the Empire’s Video On Demand or the Empire-Virtual-Training before partaking in the
Live Patient, Hands-On Practice Training Module.
During virtual training, you will have the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the
Physician instructor. After registration, you will gain access to the Empire’s education portal with
access to all training materials.This is a fantastic alternative for people who cannot participate in
our New York City workshop.
Color Training Manual & Videos
Every attendee is required to download and study Empire’s color training manual and videos.
This prerequisite training module is a comprehensive supplement that can help you enhance
your learning experience:

Review of Product Characteristics, Mechanism of Action, Indicated Areas for Patients

● Review of FDA Approved Dermal Fillers by the following criteria: G’ Prime (strength) and
Flexibility (xStrain) for HA Products as well as their pertinent use in different case
scenarios
● Recommended path of action for the available crosslinked HA products and
recommended optimal application for the various facial areas for fillers
● Learn the most common areas for injection utilizing dermal filler injections and the
associated techniques for each procedure

Patient Consultation Process
● Handle patient expectations regarding dermal fillers and aesthetic expectations,
including the need for additional products or additional facial areas for rejuvenation
● Review various injection techniques in correcting areas of asymmetry or contrast to fulfill
the patient’s aesthetic goals

Review of Facial Anatomy:
● Complete review of facial vasculature, facial nerves, and lymphatic areas to avoid
● Possible Contraindications for Treatment
● Review Zones of Adherence, minimizing and preventing contour deformities
● Correcting and avoiding Complications and managing adverse events associated with
the HA and Non-HA injections including reversal of the procedure.

Standard of Care considerations, understanding of the medical model, safety
techniques, and indications for treatment for the following areas:
● Perform and understand blunt tip cannula injections for highly vascular areas of the face
including techniques used for areas where hypodermic needles are contraindicated.
● Nasolabial Fold (NLF) area using crosshatch and linear threading and proper product
selection.
● Marionette Line areas of the face and various techniques to lessen or eliminate these
stubborn lines.
● Prejowl Sulcus and the various techniques to correct areas of contrast.
● Review lip injections by micro-cannula or by hypodermic needle injection for enhancing
the body of the lip (lip plumping) or redefining of the lip by needle microcannula, or PDO
Thread.
● Review other facial indications including protocols for other facial areas including
● Cheekbone Enhancement, Cheek Augmentation, Hands, Jawline Contouring, and other
common facial and body indications utilizing dermal fillers.
● Post Procedure Protocols and Touch-Up Recommendations for Patients.

Course Agenda

12:45 pm-1:00pm • Registration
1:00 pm-2:00 pm • Introduction by Empire Medical Training, History & Overview of Empire
Medical Training, Review of prerequisite video and Agenda/Objectives
2:00pm-5:00pm • Hands-On Sessions. Small group break-out sessions with live patients.
Attendees must administer available HA Dermal Filler FDA-approved products to understand
the many techniques and patient approaches for augmentation. Our physician-supervised
hands-on training cover the following areas:
● Nasolabial Folds
● Marionette Lines
● Pre-Jowl Sulcus
● Lips (Vermillion Border with PDO Threads)
All participants must follow COVID-19 precautions per updated CDC guidelines and must
adhere to Empire Medical Training’s safety policies. Any patients and/or volunteers must agree
to the policies before participating in the hands-on session and always adhere to CDC
guidelines.

Planning your visit

Empire Medical Training's Dermal New York is so excited to welcome you to the most fantastic city in the world, the Big Apple. It can be an intimidating city for first-time visitors, which is why we've provided some information about it below.

Keep reading to learn more about:

  • Where to stay in New York
  • How to get around and travel to the venue
  • Fun things to do in New York

Hotel/Travel Information

Our host for this year's Complete Botox Training, Dermal Filler, and Facial Aesthetics workshops in New York City is the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge. 

Located in the heart of downtown Brooklyn, New York, it's just across the East River from downtown Manhattan and within easy reach of the rest of the Five Boroughs by car, train, or bus.

New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge

The Marriot will be away from home in the city that never sleeps. With 638 rooms and 28 suites on 25 floors, the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge is a little city unto itself. As a guest here, you'll enjoy:

  • An onsite fitness center and pool
  • An onsite reservations-only spa
  • Full-service business center with copy/print services, overnight messenger service, and more
  • A full-service restaurant (the Great Room Bar & Lounge)
  • A breakfast and lunch restaurant (Brooklyn Pantry)
  • An executive lounge (the M Club lounge)
  • Valet dry-cleaning service
  • Onsite and valet parking
  • Onsite barber and beauty shop
  • Complimentary WiFi in rooms and public areas

How to Get to the New York Marriott

Three major airports serve New York City: LaGuardia Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport, and Newark Liberty International Airport. Whichever you choose, it's easy to reach the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge using public transportation or car service.

From LaGuardia Airport

To get from LaGuardia to the hotel via public transport, follow these directions:

  • From the terminal complex, take the Q70 Limited (SBS) bus to the Roosevelt Ave-74th St. transit station in Queens.
  • Walk to the 74th St./Broadway-Roosevelt Ave. subway station (approximately 1 minute).
  • From there, take the F train toward Coney Island/Stillwell Ave. (16 stops).
  • Get off the train at the Jay St.-MetroTech station.
  • Use the Jay St. exit and walk through MetroTech Center plaza (passing Magellan Health) to the hotel.

From John F. Kennedy International Airport

The easiest way to get from JFK to the hotel is by the following steps:

  • From Terminal 4, take the AirTrain (Green Line) toward Howard Beach (6 stops).
  • Get off the train at Howard Beach station and walk southwest to the Howard Beach/JFK subway station (approximately 2 minutes).
  • Take the A train toward Inwood/207th (12 stops).
  • Get off the train at the Jay St.-MetroTech station.
  • Use the Jay St. exit and walk through MetroTech Center plaza to the hotel.

From Newark International Airport

Despite not even being in New York (instead being located in New Jersey), it's easy to get from Newark to the hotel. To do so, follow the directions below:

  • From Terminal B, take the Amtrak/commuter train (New Jersey Coast Line/Northeast Corridor/Northeast Regional) inbound toward Penn Station/34th St.
  • Get off the train at Penn Station and walk to the Penn Station/34th St. subway station via 8th Ave.
  • Take the C Train outbound toward Euclid Ave.
  • Get off the train at the Jay St.-MetroTech station.
  • Use the Jay St. exit and walk through MetroTech Center plaza to the hotel.

Nearby Hotels

We'd love to host you at the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge, but you're free to choose alternate accommodations if you wish. Consider these other fine hotels in nearby parts of Brooklyn and Manhattan:

  • Hampton Inn Brooklyn Downtown
  • Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel
  • Hilton Brooklyn 
  • NU Hotel Brooklyn
  • The Tillary Hotel Brooklyn
  • EVEN Hotel Brooklyn
  • 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge
  • Fairfield Inn by Marriott Manhattan/Financial District
  • Residence Inn by Marriott Financial District/World Trade Center
  • Millennium Hilton New York Downtown
  • Club Quarters Hotel
  • DoubleTree by Hilton New York Downtown

What to Do In New York

We can't imagine visiting New York City without taking some time to see the sights. Despite being a pretty intensive course, there should still be ample time once it's complete to sample the best of what New York has to offer. Here are some ideas of what to do to keep you entertained.

Sightseeing in New York City and the Surrounding Areas

Downtown Brooklyn is within walking distance of some of the most iconic sights in NYC and a short train ride from others. Consider visiting:

  • Brooklyn Bridge: The backdrop for countless films and TV shows, this iconic span is practically outside your door. If time is short, you can walk across and take the subway back.
  • Statue of Liberty and the Staten Island Ferry: Speaking of iconic. Take the ferry out to the Statue of Liberty, and don't forget to snap some pictures of the Manhattan skyline.
  • Ellis Island: Millions of Americans can trace their ancestry back to Ellis Island, the "front door" through which countless immigrants passed during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
  • Wall Street and the Battery: Cross the East River to Manhattan and pose in front of the famous Charging Bull statue. Then head down to Battery Park at the tip of Manhattan and watch the boats sail up New York Harbor.
  • World Trade Center Memorial (9/11 Memorial): Pay your respects at the nearby 9/11 Memorial, commemorating the more than 3,000 lives lost on September 11, 2001.
  • Times Square: You've seen the pictures, now see the real thing. Visit at night to get the full impact of all that LCD.
  • Empire State Building: It's no longer the tallest building in the city, but the Empire State Building is still a marvel of 20th-century engineering. Visit the observation deck on a clear day if the lines aren't too long.
  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Enjoy some tranquility at this beautiful urban oasis, which covers more than 50 acres in central Brooklyn and offers colorful displays throughout the year.
  • Prospect Park: Brooklyn's answer to Central Park is every bit as impressive as the Manhattan original.
  • Central Park: Stroll around the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir, lounge in Sheep Meadow, get lost in The Ramble, pay homage at the John Lennon Memorial at Strawberry Fields — the choice is yours.

Museums and Cultural Attractions in New York City

New York City is a world-class cultural capital and has so many unique and interesting things that you can do here. This is just a small sampling of what it offers.

  • Brooklyn Museum: This modern art museum holds its own against Manhattan titans like the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum.
  • Museum of Modern Art: Just about the finest collection of 19th, 20th, and 21st-century art you'll find anywhere.
  • American Museum of Natural History: Towering dinosaur skeletons, Ice Age dioramas, bewildering marine fossils — this place has something for everyone.
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art: An art collection so large it has to be housed in two locations: the main "Met" on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan and the Met Cloisters at Fort Tryon Park, near the northern tip of Manhattan.
  • Guggenheim Museum: Follow the iconic spiral ramp upward through galleries housing some of the best-known works of art from the past 150 years.
  • The Jewish Museum: Housed in an imposing mansion fronting Central Park, the Jewish Museum celebrates Jewish art and culture across more than 4,000 years of history.
  • The Frick Collection: The Frick specializes in painted works from the early Renaissance through the early 20th century.
  • Broadway Theatre District: Make time to catch a play on or off Broadway, perhaps after your spin through Times Square.

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