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Prevention And Management Of Dermal Filler Complications

Mrs Sabrina Shah-Desai Reconstructive & Aesthetic Oculoplastic Surgeon (MS, FRCS)

Course TiTle:
Prevention And Management Of Dermal Filler Complications
Course daTe: 09 March 2019

Objectives of course:

Would you know how to correct an overfilled malar edema, how to manage a vascular compromise or carry out the emergency procedure for blindness?

All of these complications are real risks when using dermal fillers. On this course we teach how to reduce the likelihood of complications by sticking to safe filler planes, how to recognise emerging complications and also how to manage them with confidence.

Who is this course ideal for?

All registered health care professionals who are performing dermal filler injections.

  • 9.00- 9.30am: Registration & Tea/Coffee
  • 9:30am – 10.30 am: Prevention & management of common complications related to hyaluronic acid dermal fillers (tyndall, overfill, granulomas, biofilm, etc)
  • 10:30am – 1.00pm: Cadaver Wet Lab: Anatomy of safe & unsafe zones for injectable techniques, using needles and cannulas
  • 1:00 – 1.30pm: Lunch break – Trainers available for discussion
  • 1:30pm – 2.30pm: Lecture Management of inflammatory & vascular complications with dermal fillers with Hyaluronidase.
  • 2:30 – 4.30pm: Cadaver Wet Lab: Practice use of Hyaluronidase for overfill, lumps, tyndall, vascular compromise & learn Supraorbital & Retrobulbar injection of hyaluronidase to manage complications.
Course direCTor:
Mrs Sabrina Shah-Desai
(MS, FRCS), one of UK’s leading Oculoplastic Surgeons specialising in cadaver training for non-surgical facial rejuvenation who is an advanced trainer for Galderma.
Course Fee :
£1000 + VAT
Fee includes: Lunch, refreshments, hyaluronidase, fillers and certificate of attendance.
address: Dissecting Room, ANATOMY DEPARTMENT, Kings College London, 2nd Floor, Hodgkin Building, Guys Campus, SE1 1UL
sTarT Time: 9am
Finish Time: 5pm
    • Learn anatomically safe filler planes based on vascular, bony and ligamentous anatomy
    • Practise dissolving HA fillers in the management of complications
    • Practise current recommended emergency treatment of blindness
    1. Gain extensive insight into the essential anatomy of the different facial areas for safe practice in aesthetic medicine.
    2. Develop a comprehensive understanding of various anatomical layers and structures within fresh frozen cadaver facial tissue and how facial injections influence volume loss and ageing.
    3. Gain insight into reading the surface anatomy and real-time application of facial injectables with an emphasis on patient safety and avoidance of structures in critical danger zones of the upper, mid and lower face.
    4. Practise (under expert supervision) employing (advanced) injectable techniques in human cadavers, with an interactive discussion on the choice and combination of dermal fillers for each region.
    5. Practise dissolving HA fillers with an interactive discussion on the dilution of hyaluronidase for overfill vs vascular compromise.
    6. Practise supraorbital & retrobulbar hyaluronidase injections to manage blindness from vascular compromise.

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