PDO Thread Lift Editable Training Manual can be used as a training resource when teaching PDO thread lift procedures. This manual is fully editable, and you can brand it with your own logo.
Please note; due to the many various lifting techniques, and the varying teaching methods associated with this procedure, we have included blank faces and blank sections on the protocol section. Whilst we have included a protocol procedure, the placement of the threads can be added to the manual by your students on the day of the course. The manual contains all other relevant information to teach this procedure.
The manual covers:
Advertisements on Prescription-Only-Medication (POM) Treatment
Administration of Prescribed Products
Storage of Medicines
Storing products at the correct temperature
Disposal of Medicines
Providing consultations for aesthetic procedures using prescribed products
Working with Sharps
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH)
The Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992
The Environmental Protection Act 1990
The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995
Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981
Anatomy and physiology
Mechanisms of Facial Ageing
What are PDO Threads
History of PDO Threads
What is Polydioxanone?
- Polydioxanone (PDO)
- Polylactic acid (PLA)
- Polycaprolactone (PCA)
- Mono Threads
- Cog Threads
- Screw Threads
- Thread Techniques
- Choosing the right Thread
- Wound Healing
- Stages of Formation Effects
- Tutor led worksheets for the Student to draw diagrams of placements/directions of PDO threads. Trainer can change these for their own images or keep them as they are.
- Treatment Consultation Form
Manual is 45 pages long.