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P222 Facial Aesthetics: Clinical Cases and Applied Anatomy

Speaker:Dr Jalpesh Patel BDS (Hons) (Lond) MJDF RCS Eng MSc (Aes Dent) PG Cert (Aes Med)

  • About This Course

This is the second webinar in this series, delivered by Jalpesh Patel, in collaboration with CGDent. This presentation encompasses an overview of Non-Surgical Facial Aesthetics, clinical cases for learners to develop an appreciation of the clinical aspects of the patient journey, as well as anatomy, and finally complications that can arise when delivering cosmetic injectables.

These webinars are aimed at practitioners who are considering to expand their scope of practice to include non-surgical facial aesthetics as well as early stage facial aesthetic practitioners who wish to steer their careers further into this field.

This webinar uses clinical case studies to demonstrate the importance of the assessment phase, applied facial anatomy, treatment planning and subsequent treatment of multiple regions of the face with cosmetic injectables. This webinar gives learners who have little or no experience in this field an appreciation of the clinical aspects of the patient journey and what can be achieved.

Learning Outcomes

Aims

To discuss:

  • The importance of the clinical aspect of the patient journey and how it can lead to impactful outcomes and patient retention
  • The relevance of a detailed structured patient assessment and how this can help distinguish you as a clinician
  • The importance of treatment planning and patient education
  • How to deliver cosmetic injectables, whilst respecting facial anatomy

Objectives

On completion of this webinar delegates will understand the importance of the assessment phase, applied facial anatomy, treatment planning and subsequent treatment of multiple regions of the face with cosmetic injectables. 

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