Foundation Dermal Filler Techniques

Foundation Dermal Filler: hyaluronidasis & complications

£1,375.00

2 Days

Pre-requisites: NVQ Level 3 Beauty or equivalent, Nurse / Dental Nurse, Doctor, Dentist – or Dental Practitioner with a GDC number, Pharmacist, Level 4 Micropigmentation with Level 3 A&P

Foundation Dermal Filler techniques:

  • Lip enhancement
  • Correction of nasolabial folds
  • Correction of marionette lines

Course Aims & Objectives:

  • An introduction to the cosmetic industry.
  • Facial anatomy taught by experienced surgeons.
  • The pharmacology of dermal fillers.
  • How to undertake a gold-standard aesthetic consultation.
  • Indications and contraindications of dermal fillers.
  • Dermal fillers – basic sciences; areas of administration and handling; the dermal fillers market and patient aftercare.
  • Conquering complications safely.
  • The keys to setting up a successful aesthetic business

You will learn:

  • History, ethics and law in aesthetics      
  • Role of the Advertising Standards Agency within aesthetics    
  • Pre-treatment conditions for good practice within aesthetics    
  • GMC responsibilities    
  • Legal obligations in aesthetics    
  • Product liability (on and off license product use)    
  • Principles of treatment in aesthetics    
  • The importance of individualised treatments  
  • Common health problems that can impact an aesthetic treatment    
  • Pre-procedural client consultation and informed consent
  • Cosmetic psychology in aesthetics
  • Facial assessments: identifying the suitable pathway to facial rejuvenation
  • Dermatology in aesthetics    
  • Dermal filler use in aesthetics    
  • Practice of dermal filler use in aesthetics    
  • How dermal fillers work    
  • Threshold for onward referral     
  • What are dermal fillers?     
  • Benefits and limitations of dermal fillers    
  • Product selection    
  • What are dermal fillers used for    
  • Contraindications for treatment     
  • Cautions for treatment:     
  • Dermal filler injection techniques
  • Dermal filler volume comparison
  • Linear threading technique
  • Fanning technique
  • Cross-hatching technique
  • Serial puncture technique
  • The aesthetic consultation – client-centric “4 the client”
  • Assessing asymmetry of the face    
  • Positioning the patient     
  • Equipment     
  • Injection precautions    
  • Muscles of the face    
  • Veins, arteries and nerves of the face    
  • Complications and post treatment advice    
  • Injection placement    
  • Arterial supply to the lips    
  • Dermal filler information and consent background    
  • Medical history     
  • Hyaluronidase protocol       
  • Recognising complications with HA fillers     
  • Health conditions which may affect treatment    
  • Post-treatment advice:     
  • Protocol for resolving bruising and swelling    
  • Dermal filler aftercare advice


Fully insurable training course in the UK.

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