Dermal Filler Adverse Event Management
Having the Conversations with Your Patient About a Dermal Filler Adverse Event.
Be sure to discuss the following topics with your patient:
Additional preventative measures
Assessment during treatment
Keep an eye on the skin color
Asking patients frequently if they are ok
Many aesthetic injectors need help with informed consent for one of two reasons. First, they need more confidence in managing adverse events. The second reason is they need to figure out how to effectively communicate this process with the patient without scaring them away from its treatment. I have developed a list of ways to help aesthetic injectors develop confidence in informed consent beyond the foundation of anatomical and pharmacologic comprehension.
Steps to effective communication with your patient
2023 Course listings
- January 3rd-6th
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- May 2nd-5th
- August 1st-4th (Sold Out)
- September 5th-8th
- November 7th-10th
Tara Delle Chiaie
DNP, MSN, FNP-BC, APRN, ABAAHP
Owner/Master Aesthetic Injector
My name is Tara and I am the owner of Delle Chiaie Cosmetic Medicine. I have been in medicine since 2002 as a Registered Nurse. In 2011 I graduated from the accelerated program at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) and immediately became nationally recognized through the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) as a Board Certified Nurse Practitioner. I grew up in the beauty industry and found it was a great union to blend beauty with medicine. I have an astute sense of safety, while my experience guides my practice to produce beautiful and natural results. My goal is to continually fine-tune the art of bringing one’s inner beauty to the surface.
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