Description:

The opportunities to address significant needs of your patients regarding ocular plastic surgical options as well as a host of other aesthetic eye and facial treatments exist on a daily basis in the primary eye care practice.   A review of facial anatomy, testing protocols, available treatments and techniques, and future developments will be covered. The presenter will share her own clinical experiences in bringing aesthetic eye care services to the optometry practice.

Course Code:

AOA352-AS

Speaker(s):

Selina McGee, O.D.
drmcgee@bespokevision.org

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

10/6/2023

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