Advanced Training CoursesOctober 10th, 2012
In your aesthetic career a time will come when you are limited in what you can treat, indication wise. It is inevitable that you will notice that using a dermal filler to fill out a nasolabial line will not look as good as you once thought and when you treat crow’s feet your client is left with movement that you have not reduced. As we age we lose volume in our face and our malar fat pad descends to a lower position. In this instance rather than treat the nasolabial line you will be best served treating the volume loss that has now been created.
Using a volumising product such as Juvederm Voluma, you can give volume to this area which will having a lifting effect on the lower face. It restores a more youthful appearance and lessens the jowls that we see our clients pulling up at the jawline, simulating a facelift. Non surgical treatments are not a replacement for facial surgery, however, they can give dramatic results which may leave our clients resisting a visit to the plastic surgeon. Cheek augmentation and similar advanced non surgical treatments are not just aimed at the more mature clients. We can undertake such treatments on those who are younger and in need of prevention or simply those who long for the structured cheek bones or ogee curve.
To be able to offer these treatments a qualified aesthetic practitioner needs to book on an advanced botox and dermal filler training course to obtain a certificate of competence to enable them to utilise their skills in their existing aesthetic clinic. For details of what we cover please contact the office on 0151 722 6070 choosing option 1.