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Docent, LLC is dedicated to providing unique needs-based educational initiatives for practicing Dermatologists, Plastic Surgeons, Otolaryngologists and Ophthalmologists.

Docent, LLC approaches continuing medical education with a fundamental belief that cross-disciplinary, hands-on, small group training is critical and important.

Docent, LLC has offered close to 80 cadaver courses in medical schools and hotels including both hands-on dissection workshops and classroom style courses in auditoriums and ballrooms.  Docent, LLC has run cadaver courses for industry including Allergan, Merz Aesthetics, Medicis (former), Sanofi (former) as well as societies and meetings including Dallas Cosmetic & Rhinoplasty, SCALE, Cosmetic Bootcamp, American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Aesthetic Extender Symposium, the managed care consortium Kaiser Permanente, Cedars Sinai, California Pacific Medical Center and 17 medical schools.

As expert in federal laws and codes governing donor privacy, Docent, LLC is able to provide cadaver photographs for medical books and create cadaver videos.  Docent, LLC has also participated in a safety study for the FDA on BBL (Brazilian Butt Lift procedure) as well as a radio frequency study to repair droopy eye lid skin in lieu of a blepharoplasty.  In 2010 Docent, LLC created the first on-line facial anatomy dissection video of its kind, viewed by 10,000 healthcare providers.

Docent, LLC sources their specimens exclusively from private morticians and always has a licensed mortician on site, ensuring the fresh specimens remain of the highest possible quality.

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Human Cadaver Facial Dissection Workshop™

Human Cadaver Facial Dissection Workshop™ is a procedural anatomy course providing practicing physicians hands-on experience exploring the complex 3-dimensional anatomic structures of the face and neck.

Utilizing small groups in a medical school laboratory, expert plastic surgeons will guide attendees through a dissection of the face and neck. Fresh-frozen heads will be used to specifically examine anatomic planes, fascia, muscles, arteries and veins.

Participants will be taught how to identify craniofacial skeletal aging as well as the differential aging of fat compartments. Formal instruction will be offered in the in evolving methodology of injecting dermal fillers to recreate a youthful face with natural boundaries.

Human Cadaver Facial Dissection Workshop™ will allow participants to see and understand the relationships among anatomic structures that are small, inaccessible, poorly taught and, as a result, frequently misunderstood.  Armed with this practical knowledge, clinicians will be in a better position to avoid anatomic neurovascular danger zones during botulinum neuorotoxin and dermal filler injections.