Master Workshop: Anatomy and Injection Techniques on Cadaver: Danger Zones Review

Program Overview

The Forehead area mostly is treated by Botox. However, the demand for treating this area with filler is increasing every day. The clients request to eliminate deep wrinkles which are not responded well to Botox or fix the aging volume loss of the forehead and changes in the light reflex in this area. These can only be treated by fillers. On the other hand, we all know forehead and glabella area is the place that branches of external and internal Carotid arteries meet. This makes this area highly risky when we inject fillers. The obstruction of any of these blood vessels can cause very damaging complications. Therefore, a great deal of knowledge and skills is required for injecting filler in this area. Also having the knowledge of what the best volume replacement would be for each face based on the most modern concepts of beauty will bring the most desirable result for the client. In this course, we discuss all the anatomical details and the injection techniques which provide the most effective result with the minimal chance of complications.
The temporal area is also one of the most popular areas for filler treatment in more mature patients. As human ages, the fat loss and atrophy of this area will cause the aging of the face to look more prominent. A lot of clients are not aware of this. It is sometimes your job to bring this to their awareness and provide a proper volume replacement with the filler. On the other hand, we know that there are dangerous arteries in either deep layers and also superficial layers of the temporal area. This makes the temporal treatment with filler more challenging. In this course, we will discuss the details of the anatomical layers in the temporal area. After, we will teach you the most recent techniques of filler injection with a needle or cannula in the temporal area.

Workshop Outline:

  • Advanced anatomy of the forehead and temporal areas
  • Patient evaluation to make a unique treatment plan for each individual patient based on their level of aging
  • The aging process and its effect on the forehead and temporal areas
  • The appropriate product selection for temporal or frontal treatments
  • Injection techniques with needle or cannula
  • Complications and their management
  • Live demo on multiple patients

Date and time: Sat., June 3, 2023, from 08:30 am to 10:30 am

Location: Hyatt Regency Hotel Toronto (Workshop Room)
Address: 370 King Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5V 1J9 map

Certificate of Completion

Upon completion of this workshop, you will be awarded your personalized Certificate of Completion to be added to your professional portfolio.

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