Are you ready to become an aesthetic injector?

DCCM™ Academy is taking their injectable training to Palm Beach, Florida!

In this groundbreaking destination aesthetic immersion, you will get all three of our courses in a 3 day long intensive intended to help you build the foundation you need to succeed in the medical aesthetics industry including:

1.Cosmetic uses of Botulinum Toxin Type A
2.Facial dermal filler implantation including lips, cheeks, and jawline,
3.An all-encompassing discussion of facial assessment for the correction of skin
4.imperfections and signs of aging.

Marketing, pricing, packaging, and branding essentials for your aesthetic practice.
Throughout the course, you will have multiple opportunities to observe and practice your skills on live patient models under the guidance of our master injector and head of faculty, Tara Delle Chiaie MSN, FNP-BC, APRN. We will also discuss the business side of the medical aesthetics industry, reviewing marketing techniques, treatment bundling options, contract negotiation, patient consents and pre/post care guidelines, office staffing, and required medical practice insurance options.

“Mastery doesn’t happen by chance it happens by choice…Tara”

Our aesthetic immersion training program will be held at the luxurious beachfront EAU Palm hotel and spa in Palm Beach Florida. Rooms and spa services will be available at a discounted rate, should you choose to enjoy them. The hotel amenities include easy beachfront access, a private pool, and proximity to Palm Beach’s busy social scene. Daily, a healthy and artisan breakfast, and lunch as well as Starbucks coffee will be provided for all students.

Left Wanting More? We Thought You Might…

As graduates of DCCM™ Academy, you will have access to exclusive mentorship, fellowship, and shadowing opportunities, as well as advanced courses and private training. Whether it’s more practice you need, advice on how best to approach a treatment, or guidance on opening your own medspa, we are here to help.

Does This Sound Like You?

DCCM™ Academy’s aesthetic immersion training program is intended to meet the educational needs of medical providers, MD, DO, APRN, RN, PA, and dentists. This 3 course program will promote advancement in aesthetic enhancement procedures with regards to facial assessment and the cosmetic uses of various medical aesthetic technologies.

Meet your Instructor: Tara Delle Chiaie MSN, FNP-BC, APRN

Tara is the owner of Delle Chiaie Cosmetic Medicine and Delle Chiaie Concierge Medicine as well as the founder and principal instructor of DCCM Academy, an ever-expanding training school for the next generation of aesthetic injectors. She has been in medicine since 2002, spending 18 years in the ER before becoming an APRN and Board-Certified Nurse Practitioner nationally recognized through the ANCC. She currently holds her MSN and is pursuing her Doctorate in Nursing through her research in cutting edge cosmetic technologies and the future of nursing as a practice.

Tara grew up in the beauty industry and sought to combine her passion for patient health and safety with the confidence and artistry of cosmetic medicine. Her focus is on bringing patients’ inner beauty to the surface by preserving and enhancing their natural features. In this field, there is no one size fits all. Understanding the intricacies of individual patients’ underlying anatomy is crucial to producing balanced and consistent results as well as building trust between patient and injector.

Creating DCCM™ Academy and publishing her recent book, “Essentials of Neuromodulation” with the international medical academic text publishing company Elsevier was her way of sharing her expertise and knowledge with other injectors while safeguarding patients against the ill-informed or undereducated provider. DCCM Academy hopes to set the academic standard in the industry of cosmetic injectables and Tara is in the process of writing two more books to complete the series.

She is an active member with ANA-American Nurses Association, ISPAN-International Society of Plastic and Aesthetic Nurses, ANCC-American Nurses Credentialing Center, AAMEP-American Academy of Medical Esthetic Professionals, and the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. She holds over 100 additional certifications in advanced aesthetic training and travels the world to learn new techniques, improve her skills and stay up to date in the ever-advancing aesthetics industry.

Her unique and proprietary blending of combination therapies with neuromodulators, filler and laser technology has both drastically improved patient outcomes and allowed her to take center stage as a global speaker and leader in non-surgical aesthetic techniques.  Her knowledge of branding and business development as well as her ground-breaking/cutting edge research lead to the development and publication of the Med Spa Mommy Makeover utilizing Candela products.

Chapter One:

The Essentials of Botulinum Toxin A for Cosmetic Use

Educational Objectives

This one day intensive Botulinum Toxin A certification course is designed for medical and nursing professionals to further their knowledge in the intricacies of cosmetic injection and advanced treatment areas. The course is taught in two parts; an intensive lecture session followed by clinical hands-on training with live models. Under the guidance of Tara Delle Chiaie MSN, FNP-BC, APRN, students will learn the latest injection techniques as well as storage and handling procedures all while using high quality FDA approved neurotoxin products. Students will also gain real life experience by conducting live model consultations, creating unique treatment plans, and performing dermal filler injections under direct instructor supervision. Students will also learn pricing, packaging, and marketing techniques to help them expand their business and build on the skills they have learned in this course.

Learning Objectives

At the completion of this one-day intensive course students should be able to:

  1. Recognize the history of neurotoxin use in cosmetic medicine.
  2. Label relevant facial anatomical features.
  3. Explain Botulinum Toxin A’s mechanism of action in the body.
  4. Identify and distinguish FDA approved neurotoxin products.
  5. Analyze the safety concerns of cosmetic neurotoxin administration and be able to relate these concerns to common contraindications.
  6. Approach facial assessments with confidence, considering the unique anatomy of individual patients.
  7. Manage patient expectations of cosmetic outcomes.
  8. Prepare patients for treatment.
  9. Recognize and mitigate potential complications.
  10. Manage any specific complications that arise, maintaining the highest level of patient safety.
  11. Demonstrate competence in cosmetic neurotoxin injection techniques using FDA approved cosmetic neurotoxin products on label per product indication for:
    a. Frontalis muscle for transverse forehead rhytids or “forehead lines”
    b. Glabellar complex injections for “frown lines”
    c. Lateral canthal rhytids for “crow’s feet”
  12. Follow post-procedure guidelines for optimal patient outcomes.

Chapter Two:

The Essentials of Dermal Filler Implantation

Educational Objectives

This one day intensive dermal filler implantation certification course is designed for medical professionals to further their knowledge in the intricacies of cosmetic injections and advanced treatment areas. The course is taught in two parts; an intensive lecture session followed by clinical hands-on training with live models. Under the guidance of Tara Delle Chiaie MSN, FNP-BC, APRN, students will learn the latest injection techniques as well as storage and handling procedures all while using top quality dermal filler products. Students will also gain real life experience by conducting live model consultations, creating unique treatment plans, and performing dermal filler injections under direct instructor supervision. Students will also learn pricing, packaging, and marketing techniques to help them expand their business and build on the skills they have learned in this course.

Learning Objectives

At the completion of this one-day intensive course students should be able to:

  1. Recognize the history of dermal filler use in cosmetic medicine.
  2. Label relevant facial anatomical features.
  3. Explain dermal fillers’ mechanism of action in the body.
  4. Identify and distinguish FDA approved dermal filler products.
  5. Assemble the best combination of products to achieve individual patient goals.
  6. Analyze the safety concerns dermal filler and be able to relate these to common contraindications.
  7. Approach facial assessments with confidence, considering the unique anatomy of individual patients.
  8. Manage patient expectations of cosmetic outcomes.
  9. Prepare patients for treatment.
  10. Recognize and mitigate potential complications.
  11. Manage any specific complications that arise, maintaining the highest standard of patient safety.
  12. Demonstrate competence in dermal filler injection techniques for upper face, mid face, and lower face on label per product indications.
  13. Follow and advise patients on post-procedure guidelines for optimal treatment results.

Chapter Three:

The Essentials of Facial Aesthetic Assessment

Educational Objectives

This one day intensive aesthetic assessment certification course is designed for medical and nursing professionals to further their knowledge of the facial aging process along with aesthetic concerns, goals, and treatment options. The course is taught in two parts; an intensive lecture session of in-depth anatomical and aging process knowledge followed by clinical hands-on training with live models. Under the guidance of Tara Delle Chiaie MSN, FNP-BC, APRN, students will learn how to recognize and address signs of aging including, dynamic and static wrinkles, skin laxity, volume loss, and degradation of skin texture, as well as hyperpigmentation and stubborn submental fat.

The course will delve into the indications for a variety of aesthetic treatment options including:

  1. Cosmetic Neurotoxin Injections
  2. HA Dermal Filler Injections
  3. Collagen stimulating products
  4. Growth Factors
  5. Submental Fat Reduction
    a. Kybella
    b. Coolsculpting
  6. Medical Grade Skincare
  7. Chemical and Manual Exfoliation
    a. Chemical Peels
    b. Microdermabrasion
    c. Dermaplaning
  8. Microchannel Infusion Therapies
    a. Microneedling
    b. Aquagold
  9. Lasers.
    a. Ablative
    b. Non-ablative
    c. Fractional
    d.Radio frequency
    e. Intense pulse light (IPL)

Learning Objectives

At the completion of this one-day intensive course students should be able to:

  1. Label relevant facial anatomical features.
  2. Explain the mechanism of action in the body for
    a. Botulinum Toxin A
    b. HA dermal filler
    c. Collagen stimulating products
    d. Growth factors
    e. Kybella
    f. Coolsculpting
    g. Microchannel Infusion Therapies
    h. Chemical Peels
    i. Lasers (Ablative, Non-ablative, Fractional, Radio frequency, Intense pulse light)
  3. Identify and distinguish FDA approved neurotoxin and HA dermal filler products.
  4. Analyze the safety concerns of various aesthetic procedures and be able to relate these concerns to common contraindications.
  5. Approach facial assessments with confidence, considering the unique anatomy of individual patients.
  6. Manage patient expectations of cosmetic outcomes.
  7. Prepare patients for treatment.
  8. Recognize and mitigate potential complications.
  9. Manage any specific complications that arise, maintaining the highest level of patient safety.
  10. Demonstrate competence in aesthetic procedural techniques.

Follow post-procedure guidelines for optimal patient outcomes.

 

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At Delle Chiaie Cosmetic Medicine in Hampton NH on the Seacoast, we treat all kinds of complexions and conditions. The benefit of being treated at Delle Chiaie Cosmetic Medicine is you don’t just get a Surface treatment: you get the benefit of an experienced and highly trained provider with nearly 20 years in medicine. We can evaluate you both internally and externally. You may be surprised to know that a majority of skin disorders arise from a much more complex internal source. To get started, give us a call at (603) 783-1087. Stay tuned to hear about one of our amazing success stories…


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