Techniques for injecting fillers for facial cosmetic rejuvenation and enhancement continue to evolve. As the number of physicians with limited experience in providing aesthetic treatments expands, the need for training and guidance from more experienced physicians has become apparent.
The use of a careful, sequential and methodical injection technique as the Bloodless Atraumatic Technique is mandatory in all treatment settings and for all facial areas. Constant attention to local anatomy, particularly arteries, veins, and nerve bundles, is critical for minimizing complications. This first course of a three-part series addresses techniques and recommendations for cosmetic treatment of the upper third of the face.
Traditionally, the upper face has been considered a basic area for treatment with neuromodulators but an advanced area for treatment with fillers. Injectable fillers may be used for temple volumization, eyebrow shaping, forehead contouring, diminishing the appearance of dynamic facial lines such as forehead, glabellar and crow’s feet lines.
These techniques may be used independently or together, sequentially or concurrently, to address rejuvenation of individual or multiple facial regions. Overall, this course provides a practical framework of techniques for physicians who desire to perform safe and effective aesthetic treatments using a multimodal approach.
|Saturday 22 February 2020|
|Start on||22 February 2020|
|Address||Work in progress|
|Programma||Work in progress|