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Module 21. Master Course in Non-Surgical Facial Transformation

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Module 21. Master Course in Non-Surgical Facial Transformation

THE ANATOMICAL BASIS OF INJECTABLE PANFACIAL ENHANCEMENT

April 6-7, 2017

Cork, Ireland

 

Faculty: Jani van Loghem, Hee-Jin Kim, Peter M. Prendergast, Nabila Azib, Job Thuis

Schedule

 

Day 1: April 6, 2017

ASSERT Centre, University College Cork

08.00

Introduction to ECAMS Master Courses and advanced applications in aesthetic medicine

08.10

 

 

 

 Clinically oriented facial anatomy

An anatomic journey with Professor Hee-Jin Kim through the face focusing on key areas as they relate to injectables, danger areas, and topography of muscle fibres, neurovascular structures, and foramina.  Includes:

  • Injecting the nose, avoiding the vessels
  • Course of the inferior palpebral artery and vein
  • Lateral frontalis anatomy revisited
  • Platysmal fibres in the face – where are they?
  • Neurovascular structures at the mandibular angle
  • Anatomy of risorius and modiolus
  • Inferior labial artery vs. horizontal labiomental artery
  • Boundaries of DAO: avoiding smile asymmetry
  • Know the course & branching patterns of the facial artery before injecting the nasolabial fold and nasojugal groove 
  • Middle temporal vein
  • Topography of masseter and where to inject
  • Chasing crow’s feet: relationship of zygomaticus minor and orbicularis oculi
  • Anatomy of lip elevators for gummy smile injections

 

09.15

Facial analysis: proportions, angles, and aesthetic ideals in men and women

09.30

Coffee

09.50

Botulinum toxins—Advanced indications and technique

Injection techniques using different botulinum toxin A preparations

  • Periorbital, eyelids, eyebrows
  • Perioral, smile reshaping
  • Nasal tip and dorsum
  • Facial contouring and lifting
  • Neck, decolletage, Nefertiti lift

10.10

 

 

 

 

 

 

Soft tissue augmentation and stimulation

  • Product overview and selection: hyaluronic acid, calcium hydroxylapatite, poly-L lactic acid, polycaprolactone
  • Materials, needles, cannulae, and anaesthesia
  • How to contour the temples and forehead
  • Advanced periorbital volume restoration: superior orbital sulcus, tear trough and palpebromalar groove
  • Cheek enhancement: zygomatic and malar augmentation
  • 3D face lifting and vectoring
  • Advanced techniques for lip enhancement
  • Contouring the chin and jawline

11.00

Facial topography: superficial landmarks that relate to deeper structures

11.15

Facial assessment and advanced facial imaging: systematic aesthetic analysis of the aging face

11.30

Lunch

 

Cadaver laboratory: For each anatomic region, senior faculty will demonstrate by injecting special dyed filler using various techniques followed by dissection of planes and compartments to reveal placement.  Each delegate will have hands-on training on their own fresh cadaver specimen. 

12.30

 

 

 

HANDS-ON TRAINING PART I: FOREHEAD AND TEMPORAL FOSSA

Injections using needles and cannulae with quality fresh cadaver specimens

  • Multiplanar volume injections in temples and forehead 
  • Botulinum toxins to glabella, frontalis, orbicularis oculi
  • Supervised cadaver dissections to reveal anatomy and accuracy of placement

13.45

 

 

 

 

HANDS-ON TRAINING PART II: PERIORBITAL 

Injections using needles and cannulae with quality fresh cadaver specimens

  • Advanced volume restoration: A-frame deformity, ROOF, brow lift, lid-cheek junction
  • Botulinum toxins to pretarsal orbicularis oculi (lower lids)
  • Supervised cadaver dissections to reveal anatomy and accuracy of placement

14.45

 

 

 

 

 

HANDS-ON TRAINING PART III: MIDFACE

Injections using needles and cannulae with quality fresh cadaver specimens

  • Soft tissue augmentation for facial contouring of the midface
  • Cheekbone enhancement, zygomaxillary point, ogee curve
  • Submalar volume restoration and vectoring
  • Botulinum toxin to LLSAN ms. (gummy smile correction)
  • Supervised cadaver dissections to reveal anatomy and accuracy of placement

15.45

HANDS-ON TRAINING PART IV: LOWER FACE AND PERIORAL

Injections using needles and cannulae with quality fresh cadaver specimens

  • Supraperiosteal augmentation for jawline and chin projection
  • Subcutaneous soft tissue augmentation
  • Advanced lip and perioral dermal filler techniques
  • Botulinum toxin to masseter, orbicularis oris, depressor anguli oris and chin for facial contouring and mouth rejuvenation
  • Supervised cadaver dissections to reveal anatomy and accuracy of placement

16.45

MCQ examination and coffee break

17.15

Discussion and end of day 1

 

 

 

 

 

Faculty: Jani van Loghem, Hee-Jin Kim, Peter M. Prendergast, Nabila Azib, Job Thuis

Schedule

 

Day 2: April 7, 2017

 ASSERT, University College Cork

08.15

Arrive and change to scrub uniform

08.30

 

 

Patient 1: Live demonstration and step-by-step techniques

Senior faculty will perform live non-surgical facial transformation and describe the technique step-by-step with projection using multiple high-resolution video cameras.  The entire face will be addressed including forehead, temples, brow and periorbital, midface, nose, lips and lip lift, chin and jawline. 

  • Analysis and planning/marking
  • Optimising patient comfort: topical, infiltrative, nerve blocks
  • Upper and lower face chemodenervation
  • Panfacial volume restoration, rejuvenation and beautification
  • Needle and cannula techniques
  • Aftercare protocols

10.00

Coffee

10.30

 

 

Patients 2-5: Live hands-on training

Each delegate will have the opportunity for supervised hands-on training in non-surgical facial transformation

12.00

Lunch

13.00

 

 

Patients 6-9: Live hands-on training

Each delegate will have the opportunity for supervised hands-on training in non-surgical facial transformation 

14.30

Coffee

15.00

 

Patients 10-13: Live hands-on training

Each delegate will have the opportunity for supervised hands-on training in non-surgical facial transformation 

16.30

Award Ceremony and Presentation of Certificates

 

 

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