Want to know how to avoid skull foramina with dermal fillers? Use this tip from Harley Academy experts to safely place deep supraperiosteal dermal filler deposits.
When treating a patient, you can palpate the supraorbital foramen. This allows you to approximately predict where the infraorbital and mental foramen are located, in a straight line down the face. It also typically correlates to the position of the second premolar.
As an aesthetics practitioner, you can use this to protect the neurovascular bundles emerging from the foramen when placing deep supraperiosteal dermal filler deposits, particularly with a needle. Doing so will help you to avoid skull foramina when treating filler patients.
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Last updated: 11 January 2023