The 922 Aesthetics® Institute

Thank you for your interest in our training course:

"Advanced Clinical Aesthetics

Training for Certified Course Graduates"


NEW: A Second Afternoon of

Clinical Training is Now Available!

(Due to Covid-19 we ask thet all lip filler patients bring ID and proof of two vaccine doses at least two weeks prior to the scheduled course.)

Past course participants have repeatedly requested additional supervised clinical training. We now offer a second clinical afternoon for certified course graduates. This course will concentrate on challenging patient procedures such as dermal fillers for lips using blunt-tipped cannulas and nerve blocks, off-label use of neurotoxins for TMD patients, and correction of asymmetric facial features with creative use of neurotoxins and dermal fillers. This advanced course offers an excellent opportunity to treat more challenging patients and continue to gain clinical confidence as your practice grows.

After you have started your aesthetics practice, obtained your malpractice coverage and ordered your products from their manufacturers, you may schedule a private training course either in the Memphis area or the next time we travel to teach a course in your area. Available course dates and cities can be found HERE.

The tuition is $1995 for past course graduates, and you may charge your patients for their tratment to offset the cost of tuition.

We will treat up to three patients with either neurotoxin or dermal filler depending on your area of interest. This second day of training will be limited to one or possibly two advanced participants per day. If we only have one or two course paticipants we may schedule it during the afternoon of our primary course. If not, it can be scheduled on a day before or after the main course. Call Gretchen for details.

Please supply your own neurotoxins and dermal fillers. You may be training alongside new course participants who will benefit from observing your more experienced treatment of patients.

Disposable supplies will be available at the course (cannulas, gloves, syringes, gauze, skin disinfectant, sharps containers, local anesthetics for injection, olive oil, EMLA cream, cold bacteriostatic saline and intra-oral topical anesthetics). Lunch will also be provided.

Please arrive at the scheduled time with your patients having completed their medical history and consent forms. We will begin the clinical training as soon as the patient examination and evaluation are concluded.

Please bring your course notebook, camera and magnified lighting glasses if desired.

Because the first-time participants might be treating volunteer patients, we ask that all financial transactions between you and your patients take place before or after the course. This advanced course has not yet been approved for continuing education credit. However, all participants will be given a certificate of completion that may qualify for continuing education credit by some state Boards.

To reserve your place at one of our scheduled courses, please call Gretchen at 901-432-0173. If you go to voicemail, please leave a detailed message and we will call you back promptly.