(Cleveland, OH) – The American Academy of Facial Esthetics (AAFE) has announced a new live patient training course entitled “Treating Black Triangles.” The course will focus solely on treating deficient interdental papilla, otherwise known as black triangles. The procedures taught in this course have been developed and mastered by the AAFE faculty using dermal filler materials.
Dentists gain live patient, hands-on knowledge in non-surgical, minimally invasive procedures to correct deficient interdental papilla in a matter of minutes. Black Triangle Live Patient training will be held in Cleveland, OH at the AAFE Training Center on October 22nd and November 12th, 2014.
“The AAFE is excited to share new techniques for treating the dreaded black triangle. This is a very common problem seen daily in dental practices. Until now, there was no simple solution and it was hard to treat. The AAFE protocol for black triangle treatment is something every dental professional should be offering their patients” said AAFE President, Dr. Louis Malcmacher.
AAFE courses provide accredited training equal to and often exceeding education taught in academic communities around the world. For more information about nationwide live patient and on-demand course offerings, visit facialesthetics.org or call 800-952-0521.