To earn this credential a practitioner must be licensed to practice in their state or local province. Their license must be in good standing. The practioner must complete at least 2 days of FACES instruction
which includes a review of pertinent anatomy, physiology and a neurobiology. The recipient must take part in the cadaver review workshop, demonstrate proficiency in diagnosis and treatment planning for facial applications of neurotoxins and soft tissue fillers, complete the written self-assessment test and finally, engage in the hands-on live-patient training session.