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Sunday, September 13, 2020
5:00 – 8:00 PM ET
3 CEUs (BCCA)

Hair Punching Techniques for Silicone Prostheses
Instructor: Rachel Coenen, Prosthetic Make-up Designer (Australia)

Description:
Attendees will witness demonstrations of various innovative hair insertion (“punching”) techniques. Instruction will include practice exercises for applying these techniques using suggested tools and materials. Each attendee will receive a materials list upon registering for the course. This list will provide recommendations for items needed to create your own Needle & Hair Kit. From this course, attendees will gain a fundamental understanding of effective hair insertion methods to enhance the realism of silicone facial prostheses.

Maximum Participants: 30

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Wednesday, November, 11, 2020
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM ET
4 CEUs (BCCA)

Wax Sculpture Finishing Techniques: thin margins and life-like texture
Instructor: Ali Padilla, MS, Anaplastologist (Belgium)

Description:
This course will demonstrate fundamental and innovative techniques used to create realistic texture and vanishing margins for a silicone facial prosthesis. Each attendee will be provided with a materials list upon registering for the course. Participants will utilize a variety of tools (recommended by the instructor) to accurately replicate wrinkle and pore patterns in a wax model, which can be applied to a variety of facial prostheses. Participants will gain a better understanding of how to match appropriate skin textures to their patients, as well as how to manipulate the mold base and wax sculpture to account for tissue mobility in order to minimize gapping and produce margins that blend smoothly with surrounding tissue.

Maximum Participants: 30

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Friday, December 4, 2020
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM ET
4 CEUs (BCCA)

Color Matching & Intrinsic Coloration for Silicone Prostheses
Instructor: Michaela Calhoun, MS, Certified Clinical Anaplastologist (USA)

Description:
This course provides an overview on intrinsic coloration methods applicable to a variety of facial prostheses. It will cover color theory concepts, including opacity versus transparency and depth of color, as they apply to silicone. Students will learn tips for mixing patient-specific colors and creating subtle variations seen in the skin, including moles, blemishes, vasculature, etc.

Each attendee will be provided with a materials list upon registering for the course. Demonstration and instruction will be provided to lead participants through color matching exercises techniques for application of silicone into a mold.

Maximum Participants: 30

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