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DERMAL FILLER – FOUNDATION TRAINING COURSE

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The changes of aging process occurring within each of the main layers of the facial anatomy including fat pad atrophy or repositioning, facial skeleton remodelling, weakening and thinning of the skin and changes in muscle tone and thickness. This is followed by an in-depth analysis of upper, middle, and lower thirds of the face. This review help aesthetic physicians to make decisions to establish facial balance in younger patients and for the older patients to restore balance lost with age.
The factors that accelerate the age related facial aging process including subcutaneous fat redistribution and loss, gravity, hormonal imbalance, smoking , chronic solar exposure and skeletal remodeling. There are some other environmental factors that affect facial appearance include diet, mental stress, disease, work habits, and drug abuse.

Hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers are most popular injectable filler device which has got minimal immunogenicity and many favorable characteristics such as the various injection techniques. It is more safer to other injectable filler substances.

HA fillers used for volume enhancement and the correction of changes associated with aging especially those associated in the lower one-half of the face such as the vertical lip lines of the lips, the nasolabial folds, enhancement of the cheeks and the marionette lines around the mouth.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Health & safety
  • Salon hygiene, health & safety
  • Professional ethics
  • Insurance
  • Needle Safety
  • Bloodborne pathogens
  • Storing medicines
  • Complications
  • Emergency plan
  • Needle Safety
  • Legal aspects of dermal filler in the EU
  • Anaesthetics
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • What are dermal fillers
  • What is Hyaluronic Acid
  • Injection techniques for Nasolabial Folds
  • Injection techniques for Marionette Lines
  • Injection techniques for Lip Filler
  • Needles vs Cannulas
  • Client consultation
  • Contraindications
  • Complications
  • Aftercare

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