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BRIVO Boards: How this new injection treatment planning tool could shake up the aesthetics industry

What are BRIVO Boards?

BRIVO Boards are a patent-pending injection treatment planning tool developed by Dawn Sagrillo, MSN, AGNP-BC, CANS for aesthetic practitioners. It is designed to help increase efficiency and safety in aesthetic practices by better organizing and streamlining facial injection treatments.

How To Use BRIVO Boards

You can use the board to make notes on dosage and dilution as you do treatment mapping. Draw your neurotoxin into the syringes and then clip the syringes in the corresponding treatment areas of the BRIVO Board. Each board is pre-designed to be able to hold up to 16 syringes. You then store the BRIVO Board in the refrigerator until your patient arrives. These boards are designed to fit perfectly inside even the smallest of refrigerators so they are easily stored.

Once your patient arrives, all you need to do is remove your BRIVO Board from the refrigerator, remove the syringe from the clip, and administer the treatment. After your patient leaves, the BRIVO Board can be wiped clean and is then ready to use again.

Advantages of the BRIVO Boards

The biggest advantage of the BRIVO Boards is, of course, efficiency. It streamlines the treatment for both injector and patient. Once your patient arrives, the injection plan is already ready to go so you can spend time delivering the treatment and spend valuable time with your patient.

The second biggest advantage of the BRIVO Boards is safety. Say goodbye to loose syringes The BRIVO Board securely holds the syringes in places using a clipping mechanism that ensures syringes don’t fall out or shift. In a busy practice, where you might not always be drawing your own neurotoxins, the BRIVO Boards help ensure you’ve administered the right dosage, dilution, and drug.

Finally, the BRIVO Boards offer a great advantage when it comes to patient education. The boards display the facial anatomy so you can easily point to the muscles that you plan on targeting for better visualization when teaching your patient