The clinical approach towards the midface is one of the most important interventions for practitioners when treating age-related changes of the face. By elegantly treating the midface practitioners will be able enhance and contour the cheeks by correcting volume loss and age-related changes.
You will also learn how to correctly treat the midface such that your treatment will indirectly correct other areas such as: palpebro-malar groove, the tear trough, infra-orbital hollows and naso-labial folds.
This is an excellent opportunity for level 7 students and more advanced injectors to finely-tune their injecting skills. This intensive workshop will encompass a comprehensive approach to the midface with both theoretical and hands on practical elements including:
Applied Anatomy for the midface
Cheek enhancement and projection
Nasolabial folds direct and indirect treatment
Introduction to cannula use practical training
Complication management and avoidance
Cosmetic injecting is about finding the perfect equilibrium of medical training and artistic awareness. Working with the ratios of the face, Dr Raul Cetto has formulated and exacted the perfect injectable techniques for exquisite results and safe practice.
(Please note that direct tear trough treatment and injection rhinoplasty are separate workshops)
This one day course includes:
Lectures and demonstrations covering the theoretical foundations of a comprehensive approach to the lower face, including:
Applied anatomy for the midface
Morphology of facial ageing
Cannulae for beginners
Hands-on practice for each procedure with live patients
By the end of the day you will be able to:
Restore volume loss in the midface
Enhance cheekbones with sensitivity to the patient’s existing features
Use cannulae to treat patient concerns around midface region
Indirectly treat tear troughs, infra-orbital hollows and nasolabial folds using midface treatment(s)
Valid GMC/GDC/NMC number with an active license to practice in the UK.
Certification to provide botulinum toxin and dermal filler treatments (i.e. Foundation Training).
Evidence of some previous clinical practice in aesthetics: either in training setting within a postgraduate level course (level 7 or equivalent) or from experience in the private sector
7 hours of intensive small group teaching. Watch a range of treatments, and build your portfolio of observed cases. Observing treatments is a crucial part of the training requirements outlined in the 2016 HEE Guidelines.
Two full observation days are included in the Level 7 Injectables for Aesthetic Medicine.
The UK’s first government-regulated qualification in botulinum toxins and dermal fillers. This intensive 6-18 month course is designed to make you stand out. Includes foundation training, 148 hours of theory, 20 patients observed, and 20 patients treated.