About the Workshop
Our Botox Training & Certification Courses are designed for physicians, nurses, dentists, and other licensed health-care practitioners. Hands-on instruction and training are always conducted by renowned “physician only” trainers. Botox classes cover the administration of Botox for all common and less common aesthetic and medical uses for the aesthetic practitioner. 8.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ provided.
Additional Course Information
The Dallas Complete Botox Training comprises two general teaching methods: didactic lectures and hands-on, practical workshops. This combination ensures the course matches the requirements of aspiring aesthetic practitioners.
As part of your classroom learning, this first begins with botulinum toxin Type-A, how it works, and how it's used alongside cosmetic indications. When the lecture portion of the course is completed, you will possess the core knowledge required to perform common and not-so-common Botox® procedures – alongside other in-demand facial aesthetic treatments.
Going on to the course's practical section, this is where you gain hands-on experience working with volunteer patients. Working under the supervision of board-certified physicians, you will use the knowledge you've gained to treat an assortment of common facial rhytids. You will work on the likes of crow's feet, glabellar lines, and dimpled chin, obtaining a wealth of first-hand experience in the process.
Our expert physicians, all practice owners and with many years of Botox experience behind them, will instruct you every step of the way with each procedure. Immediate, in-depth feedback is supplied, giving you the foundation and confidence to administer Botox to patients at your clinic.
Despite the name of this training course, it's not all about Botox. The program also teaches about other facial aesthetic procedures, with one workshop dedicated exclusively to dermal fillers.
To demonstrate the premium quality training you receive when selecting our Botox course, the program is approved for 8 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit hours.
When you attend our Dallas Complete Botox® Training program, you'll learn:
- Basic facial anatomy and key Botox injection sites
- The differences between the botulinum toxin Type-A products (such as Botox®, Xeomin®, and Jeuveau®). For those interested in getting the most from the course training, we have conveniently scheduled the Dermal Filler Training program in the afternoon. This course will teach Dermal Filler products (such as Restylane®, Juvederm®, and Radiesse®, Belotero®, and more. )
- Specific techniques and methods for injecting Botox procedures
- The mechanism of action for each type of medication and formulation
- How to identify ideal candidates for Botox treatments and exclude unsuitable candidates (such as those with medical contraindications)
- How to properly and effectively inject botulinum toxin Type-A while reducing procedure risk and patient complications
- The generally accepted protocols for botulinum toxin Type-A administration for both aesthetic and medical complaints
- The proper guidelines for the patient acquisition and charting, including management of required paperwork like medical intake and informed consent forms
- How to manage patient preferences and expectations before treatment
- Post-treatment follow-up protocols and how to address and correct adverse events (complications)
- How to manage long-term botulinum toxin Type-A patients and deliver enhanced patient care over the course of the relationship
- How to market, promote and engage with your target demographic using a complete integrated marketing communications plan.
Additional information about our Dallas Botox and filler training course can be found on our complete Botox training workshop page. You can also call us if you have any questions at 866-261-5164.
Who the event is for?
Licensed medical professionals are the target audience of our Complete Botox® Training event. These include registered nurses, dentists, physicians, and physician assistants. The course is especially convenient for those who reside in Dallas and other surrounding areas.
Empire's aim is to assist medical professionals in becoming the best aesthetics practitioners they can be. Our comprehensive, meticulously designed Botox training course makes this possible.
Before you make your way to our Dallas training weekend, the prerequisite materials for the 8-hour AMA PRS Category 1 Credit certification need to be completed. These materials are accessible via the EMT online portal. It includes didactic information which covers protocols, complication avoidance, and many other topics. For an alternative way of learning, our online portal also features a range of professional-grade videos. These videos can be watched on desktops, smartphones, tablets, and all other applicable devices.
To show you're at the necessary level to complete the program, you will be requested to pass a short knowledge test. Before coming to Dallas, you can also further bolster your Botox comprehension by taking part in our remote live virtual training.
Color Training Manual & Videos
All Dallas attendees are requested to download the EMT Botox color training manual and videos. The manual is a comprehensive, information-packed supplement that will boost your education. It covers topics such as:
- The patient consultation process, including communicating the expected results of Botox treatments, making facial/head/neck markings, and injection/treatment techniques aligned with patient goals
- Key characteristics and handling (including dilution, reconstitution, and storage) of botulinum toxin Type-A products
- Key facial anatomy concepts, including facial contraindications, zones of adherence, and correcting complications and adverse events
Moreover, the manual describes practices such as dosing, injection techniques, and treatment indications for the following Botox procedures:
- Lateral canthal rhytids
- Glabellar complex area
- Gummy smile
- Dimpled chin
- Forehead lines
- Marionette lines
- Medial and lateral brow (lift)
- Platysma banding
- Hyperhidrosis (excessive palms and underarms sweating)
Additional Aesthetic Procedures and Advanced Injection Techniques
We are happy to supply an additional video series free of charge with our prerequisite materials. These videos cover advanced injection techniques alongside other popular aesthetic procedures. While the videos are optional to watch, we recommend you consume these materials to further improve your learning. You can then offer a broader range of treatments to your patients, boosting business as a result.
The Dallas Complete Botox® Training, Dermal Filler, and Facial Aesthetics program is a highly accredited course. This is achieved on our part by following the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education and the policies and requirements this organization sets.
Furthermore, our training is offered in conjunction with the Medical Education Resources. As with the MER, we have made a commitment to educate those who plan to become professional aesthetic practitioners, and this is why our training gives them the best chance of achieving their overall goal.
Another benefit of working with the MER is that our Dallas course receives the maximum 8.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Credit commensurate can only be claimed in combination with your participation in the hands-on training.
Are you in the nursing field? If so, our course also benefits from an association through the MER with the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. This means if you successfully complete our Dallas program, you can add 8.9 contact hours to your continued nursing education.
Medical Education Resources is a provider of continuing nursing education by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #CEP 12299.
Morning Session Botox Training
7:45 a.m.-8:00 a.m. • Registration.
8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m. • Speaker Introduction. Review prerequisite video for botulinum toxin training. Overview of procedures to be performed during the hands-on session. Questions & Answers.
9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. • Hands-On Sessions. Small group breakout sessions with live patients. Attendees will be required to administer botulinum toxin, Type A FDA-approved products, understanding the unique approach to each patient.
Afternoon Session Dermal Filler Training (separate registration fee)
12:45 p.m.-1:00 p.m. • Registration.
1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. • Speaker Introduction. Review prerequisite video for Complete Dermal Filler Training. Overview of procedures to be performed during the hands-on session. Questions & Answers.
2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. • Hands-On Sessions. Small group breakout sessions with live patients. Attendees will be required to administer HA Dermal Filler FDA-approved products, understanding the unique approach to each patient.
- Marionette Lines
- Nasolabial Folds (NLF)
- 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 prior to participating in the hands-on session and must adhere to CDC guidelines at all times.
Planning your visit
Empire Medical Training's Botox Dallas team is so excited to welcome you to North Texas, as it's the perfect backdrop to this course and will allow you to have a great time here.
Read on to understand more about this great city and, specifically:
- Where to stay in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex
- How to get to the venue
- How to best travel around Dallas
- Fun activities and attractions in Dallas
Downtown Dallas is the heart of the Metroplex, as the greater Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) region is known locally. Home to nearly 8 million people, the region has two major airports:
- Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, an international air hub between Dallas and Fort Worth near the cities of Arlington and Irving
- Dallas Love Field, a smaller airport in northwest Dallas that mainly offers domestic service
Westin Dallas Downtown
Your training home base for the weekend is the Westin Dallas Downtown, a luxurious property in the heart of downtown Dallas. As a guest here, you'll enjoy:
- 298 rooms and 28 suites on 32 floors
- Stunning skyline views from rooms on higher floors
- Two full-service restaurants; Grill & Vine (modern American) and NOLA Brasserie (modern Cajun)
- A cafe and coffee shop serving Starbucks coffee and light refreshments
- A full-service business center with messenger service and overnight delivery
- An onsite fitness center and pool
- An onsite beauty/barbershop
- Onsite self-parking and valet parking
- Complimentary WiFi in rooms and public areas
How to Get to the Westin Dallas Downtown
Nestled in the Dallas Downtown Historic District, the Westin Dallas Downtown is conveniently located near Interstates 30 and 35E, U.S.-75, and TX-366. It's within steps of Akard and West End transit stations, served by the Blue, Orange, and Green light rail lines. Houston and Austin are both about 3.5 hours away by car.
Most visitors arrive here by car from the airports — which can either be a rental or taxi/rideshare. If you'd prefer to take public transportation, the Orange line serves Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (about 1 hour door to door via Akard station), and the Orange and Green lines serve Dallas Love Field Airport via the 524 bus at Inwood Love Field station (about 30 minutes door to door).
From Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
If you're taking a car to the venue, the directions below should help you get from the international airport:
- From the terminal complex, take International Parkway southbound for approximately 0.5 mile.
- Merge onto TX-114 eastbound, following signs for Irving/Dallas.
- Follow TX-114/TEXpress for approximately 13 miles.
- Merge onto TX-183 and then I-35W southbound.
- After about 3.5 miles, take the exit for TX-366 Spur eastbound.
- Follow TX-366 Spur eastbound for about 1 mile, then merge onto N Griffin St.
- Follow N Griffin St. for about 1 mile, then look for the hotel sign.
From Dallas Love Field Airport
While great for domestic visitors, this airport also has good links to the venue. To get there, follow the directions below:
- From the terminal complex, follow Herb Kelleher Way for approximately 1 mile.
- Turn right onto Cedar Springs Road.
- Follow Cedar Springs Road for about 2 miles, then turn left onto Mahana St.
- After about 0.3 mile, turn right onto Lemmon Ave.
- Follow Lemmon Ave. for about 0.3 mile, then turn right to merge onto North Dallas Tollway.
- Follow North Dallas Tollway for approximately 2 miles, then merge left onto Harry Hines Blvd.
- After about 0.5 mile, turn right onto N Field St.
- Follow N Field St. for approximately 1 mile, then turn right onto N Elm St. and look for the hotel sign.
We hope you'll stay with us at the Westin Dallas Downtown. If you'd prefer other accommodations, you won't have to look hard to find them. Consider these other fine hotels nearby:
- Magnolia Dallas Downtown
- Homewood Suites by Hilton Dallas Downtown
- Aloft Dallas Downtown
- AC Hotel by Marriott Dallas Downtown
- The Guild Downtown
- Fairmont Dallas
- Sheraton Dallas
- Dallas Marriott Downtown
- CANVAS Hotel Dallas
- Courtyard by Marriott Dallas Downtown/Reunion District
- Springhill Suites by Marriott Downtown/West End
- Crowne Plaza Dallas Downtown
- Crescent Court
- Home2 Suites by Hilton Dallas Downtown at Baylor Scott & White
What to Do In Dallas
Although our course will take up a lot of your time over the weekend, we still encourage you to take some time after your training sessions to see what else the Dallas-Fort Worth area has to offer. If you're not sure where's best to explore, the below are among the region's most popular activities and attractions.
Outdoor Activities in Dallas and Surrounding Areas
Despite being a bustling metropolis, Dallas has some amazing outdoor areas, especially on the city's outskirts. Explore the natural side of Dallas-Fort Worth at these fun, family-friendly attractions.
- Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden: Explore 66 acres with year-round flowering plant and native landscape displays.
- Trammell Crow Park: Follow the meandering Trinity River for miles as it passes through central Dallas and into the DFW suburbs.
- Sky Creek Ranch Golf Club: Located in the suburban community of Keller, the Robert Trent Jones, Jr.-designed course here is one of DFW's finest.
- Fossil Creek Golf Club: Located in Fort Worth, this world-class golf course and club replicates a resort golf experience within easy reach of your Dallas home base.
- Lewisville Lake: One of several manmade lakes in the Metroplex, Lewisville is a boater's and bird-watcher's paradise.
- Joe Pool Lake: Located near the southern Metroplex communities of Cedar Hill and Midlothian, Joe Pool Lake is popular with boaters. Nearby Cedar Hill State Park is a great hiking destination.
Culture and Entertainment in Dallas
DFW is the cultural hub of North Texas. While you're in town, check out these art districts and cultural attractions:
- Design District: The beating heart of Dallas's arts community — featuring dozens of galleries and artisanal craftmakers — is just a short drive or trolley ride from The Westin Dallas Downtown.
- Deep Ellum: Once a grimy neighborhood of warehouses and small factories, Deep Ellum is now Dallas's premier nightlife destination.
- Trinity Groves at La Bajada: This outdoor dining and shopping destination connects to downtown Dallas via the Trinity River trail network and offers stunning skyline views.
- West Village: Situated in trendy Uptown, the West Village is one of DFW's top shopping destinations — North Texas's answer to Rodeo Drive.
- John F. Kennedy Memorial and Sixth Floor Museum: Located at Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, this somber memorial and museum commemorates one of the darkest days in modern Dallas history.
- Dallas Museum of Art: Trace the history of human art back five millennia (and forward to the present) at one of the southern United States' top art museums.
- Perot Museum of Nature and Science: The Dallas-Fort Worth area's premier science and natural history museum offers an educational experience for all ages.
Crow Museum of Asian Art: The galleries at the University of Texas at Dallas house one of the country's most extensive collections of art and archeological artifacts from ancient and modern Asia.
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