Non-surgical Conference

Thursday 5th October

Augmenting Beauty: Part 1

09:30 - 11:00


Cadaver Video Anatomy & Live Demo for Non-surgical Face Rejuvenation

This 90 min interactive session will focus on practical aspects of aesthetic injections of the face with fillers & toxins. Dr Acquilla, Cosmetic Physician and Dr Stefanelli, Plastic Surgeon in Paris, will perform live demos of facial injections, and will show at the same time the relevant clinical anatomy of the face.

Dr Matt Stefanelli MD MBA, Plastic Surgeon


Dr Raj Acquilla MBChB MRCGP MBCAM, Cosmetic Physician

11:00 - 11:15

Managing Scars in the Burn Patient- what Aesthetic Medicine can teach us

The postoperative treatment of burn patients aims to minimise the development of hypertrophic scars for functional and aesthetic reasons. Standard modalities include massaging, moisturising, use of topical silicone and pressure garments. In recent years a number of new treatments have emerged for prevention and treatment of these scars, including laser therapy, dermabrasion, dermaroller therapy and the use of LPG machines for scar massage. Many of these therapies are used in aesthetic medicine and this talk will demonstrate the benefits of these treatments in managing scars.

Mr Andy Williams MBBS FRACS(Plast) EBOPRAS, Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

11:15 - 11:30

Sponsor Presentation: Cynosure

SculpSure -The New Standard in Non-Invasive Body Contouring 

SculSure is a revolutionary breakthrough in light-based body contouring technology. Designed to reduce stubborn fat in problem areas such as the abdomen and flanks, SculpSure is now FDA cleared for five treatment areas, helping achieve a slimmer appearance without surgery or downtime.

Even with diet and exercise, most people have stubborn pockets of fat that are difficult to loose. SculpSure's body contouring technology targets and destroys these fat cells in just 25 minutes without affecting the skin's surface. Over time, these damaged fat cells are naturally absorbed and removed from the body, with results seen as quickly as six weeks, and optimal results typically seen at 12 weeks. There is no recovery time following treatment and daily activities can be resumed immediately.

Miss Sherina Balaratnam MBBS MRCS(Edin) MSc(UCL), Surgeon and Cosmetic Doctor

Augmenting Beauty: Part 2


Moderator: Dr Kate Goldie MBChB BACD, Aesthetic Physician

11:30 - 11:45

The Holistic Approach to Facial Rejuvenation
Among the 15.5 million non-surgical cosmetic procedures performed last year in the United States, Botulinum Toxin Type A (BTA) was rated number one at 7 million (up 4% from 2015) followed by dermal fillers at 2.6 million (up 2% from 2015). The large disparity between the top two procedures suggests that we are failing to see the ‘bigger picture’; we are still preoccupied with the correction of facial lines and wrinkles, especially in the upper third of the face rather than shape and proportions involving the face as a whole. While treatment with BTA often does lead to an overall improvement, there can also be a mismatch between the treated area and the rest of the face so that overall the patient looks worse.

It would appear that a more holistic approach involving injectables is necessary to achieve a more consistently pleasing aesthetic result. The holistic approach represents a movement away from treating areas in isolation mainly with BTA, toward considering the face as a whole and restoring the ideal facial shape mainly with HA dermal fillers. In doing so, it is important to have an understanding of the ageing process and the relationships between the different components of the face, in particular, the eyebrows, zygomatic arches and chin. These key players have an interrelated dynamic relationship where treating one effects the appearance of the others and ultimately it is the skill of the injector which will determine how these dynamics play out for the final aesthetic result.

Dr Steven Harris will discuss specific examples of how to apply the holistic approach to patients who initially present for the correction of lines, wrinkles and specific areas. He will demonstrate how restoring the patient’s ideal facial shape leads to a more natural and balanced aesthetic result with greater satisfaction for both patient and injector.

Dr Steven Harris MB BCh MSc MBCAM, Aesthetic Doctor

11:45 - 12:00

The Art of Facial Analysis and Augmentation

Injection of dermal fillers is one of the most commonly performed procedures in the cosmetic dermatology practice. Before practicing injection, doctors should learn many important points such as the mechanism of the aging process, face anatomy, face analysis, facial parameters, filler complications and how to prevent and treat them. Facial analysis is very important, not only to detect injection sites, but also to confirm filler amounts needed for injection.  The aim of my lecture is to put an algorithm (Wael Algorithm) for face analysis to simplify facial analysis for doctors especially beginners and how to deal with their findings to get best natural results.

Dr Wael Seoudy MD, Consultant Dermatologist

12:00 - 12:15

The Triage of Face Rejuvenation - the Three Stages to Restore Facial Beauty in the Safest Way

The aging face is a combination of sagging skin, loose facial muscles and loss of volume. To date botulinumtoxin has been the treatment of choice to reduce mimic muscle movements. Fillers (Hyaluronic acid, fatgrafting etc.) help to restore volume but there is no easy way to reduce sagging of tissue – except for the face lift. The 3D mesothreads take the portfolio to perfection – with a simple minimal invasive treatment it is possible to tighten the skin, without surgery and without leaving scars. Only the combination of these three methods, the so called triage of face rejuvenation leads to perfect results. Blunt cannulas and new techniques make it a safe treatment.

Dr Nikolaus Linde, Aesthetic Surgeon

12:20 - 13:20

Innovations in Fillers

Detailed assessment, treatment planning and injection technique using Juvederm VYCROSS to optimise facial expression through a myo-modulatory approach. This allows our patients to look less sad and tired during the ageing process. Live simultaneous injection and moderation with Dr Raj Acquilla & Jane Wilson.
Live Demonstrations by: Dr Raj Acquilla MBChB MRCGP MBCAM, Cosmetic Physician & Ms Jane Wilson, Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner and Independent Nurse Prescriber 
Expert Panel: Dr Nabila Azib MD,  Specialist on Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery Dr Rashmi Shetty, Dermatologist Dr Tom van Eijk, Aesthetic Practitioner

13:20 - 13:45

Sponsor Presentation - Healthxchange Pharmacy

The Ultimate Aesthetic Package

Discover how industry leading skincare and non-surgical devices can work together to create excellent results and revenue for your clinic!

During this workshop industry leading experts Dr Soumya Lanka and Dr Natalie Blakely will address: What to look for in skin technology to achieve the best patient outcomes for ageing, acne and skin laxity and why evidence based skin-care is essential for flawless, healthy skin.
Dr Soumya Lanka MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DFFP DCH, GP and Aesthetic Doctor & Dr Natalie Blakely MBBS BA(Hons) MBCAM, Medical Director - Light Touch Clinic and Chief Medical Officer - Consentz


13:45 - 14:30

Networking Break & Exhibition Visit



Moderator: Dr Kate Goldie MBChB BACD, Aesthetic Physician

13:45 - 14:10

A Non-surgical Blepharoplasty

Strategic treatment of the peri-orbital region to improve brow height and angle, canthal axis, eye bags, tear trough, dark circles and scleral show. Assessment, planning and precise injection of Juvederm VYCROSS to optimise these details to help our patients look more rested, healthy and happy. The eye is the aesthetic centre of the face and therefore a priority in any treatment plan.

Live Demonstration by:
Dr Raj Acquilla MBChB MRCGP MBCAM, Cosmetic Physician

14:10 - 14:30

“The Perfect Lips"

Lips can be among of the most attractive features in a face, making it a valuable subject of interest for both clients and injectors seeking aesthetic improvement. The appearance of the lips is characterized by not only the volume of the muscle but also by the shape of the vermillion border. Getting older, the definition of the lips will decay and wrinkles will disturb the once so clear architecture.

Addressing lips means that not only aesthetic demands are to be considered. An assessment of the lips and the skin surrounding them is essential to determine an effective treatment plan.

Knowledge of the differences between injecting hyaluronic acid intra dermal versus sub dermal adds to a high predictability of the results of the treatment; intra dermal injections yielding enhancement of strength (‘building the envelope’), sub dermal injections adding volume (‘filling the envelope’) to the lips.

Live Demonstration by:
Dr Tom van Eijk, Aesthetic Practitioner

Hand Rejuvenation


Moderator: Dr Nikolaus Linde, Aesthetic Surgeon

14:30 - 14:45

Hand Aging

Aging of the hands results from both natural processes and chronic ultraviolet light exposure. Together, these cause textural and pigmentary changes, excess skin laxity, rhytides and soft tissue atrophy that presents as prominent bones and tendons with easily visible veins. Hands become skeletonised with more prominent appearance of tendons and veins. Many options are available for the reversal of these changes. Hand rejuvenation has been recognized to play a key role in complementing and restoring an overall youthful look. Both skin and subcutaneous tissues are targeted in hand rejuvenation protocol. The literature shows hand grading scales and variable treatments for hand.

Dr Wael Seoudy MD, Consultant Dermatologist

14:45 - 15:00

Hands: "The Scraping Threading Technique"

The Scraping Threading Technique is the result of an Expert2expert group study. It’s an anatomical study including dissections of 19 fresh cadaveric hands and duplex ultrasounds investigation of 28 healthy hands. The technique was tested on 8 fresh cadaveric hands using MRI and dissection in comparison with 3 other commonly used techniques of rejuvenating injections.

Between the dermis and the tendons, the fascial plane was measured from 0.3 to 2.2 mm. It’s a 3D sponge-like framework where veins could be located in all levels. The optimal place for the deposition of a filler was found to be the undersurface of the dermis. Using a cannula scraping the deep side of the dermis was checked as the only technique which could give a perfect placement of product restricted to the fascial layer.

The Scraping Threading Technique was designed to inject safely and accurately any kind of injectable in contact with the undersurface of the dermis.

Dr Nabila Azib MD, Specialist in Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery

15:00 - 15:20

Sponsor Presentation: Mesoestetic Pharma Group

Facing Pigmentation: Options and Outcomes

The appearance of pigmentation is a very visible, upsetting and prolific aesthetic concern, before applying a treatment, the professional must carefully analyse the skin in order to choose the right method for treatment.

Our expert clinic is aimed at giving professionals an insight into correct diagnosis and treatment methodology. Dr Lori will take you through the pigmentation journey and highlight the effectiveness of the world leading pigmentation treatments by mesoestetic; cosmelan and dermamelan, she will also explain why preparation and homecare are essential to achieve the best results.

Dr Lori Nigro, Aesthetic Physician

15:20 - 15:30

Networking Break & Exhibition Visit

Regenerative Aesthetics

15:30 - 16:00

Regenerative Aesthetics

Regenerative medicine is a translational field of medicine which focuses on treatments which replace tissues lost though aging or trauma and restores these tissues to normal healthy function. Many aspects of aesthetic medicine already strives towards this goal and the aim of regenerative aesthetics is to promote great aesthetics outcomes through true regeneration of tissues. This lecture considers where we are now in regenerative aesthetics, how the three pillars of regenerative medicine, cells, growth factors and scaffolds are presently used in aesthetic medicine and considers the potential areas of growth, clinical application and research. The Field of aesthetic medicine has potentially a hugely valuable role to play in contributing to the development of techniques which support and regenerate soft tissues. Ultimately the goal of regenerative aesthetics is to for patients to look younger because they are younger!  Perhaps this lofty aim is not as far away as we thought.

Dr Kate Goldie MBChB BACD, Aesthetic Physician

Needle vs Cannula


Moderator: Dr Kate Goldie MBChB BACD, Aesthetic Physician

16:00 - 17:00


Sharp Needle vs Blunt Cannula

In this session, Dr Dalvi Humzah (UK) and Dr Jani van Loghem (Netherlands) will show video recordings of cannula injections on one side and needle injections on the other side of cadaver specimens. Based on differences in this split-face investigation where filler material is injected on the periosteum, we invite the audience to decide which technique is to be used in a live patient injection approach. We will cover five facial indications: frontal concavity, temporal hollows, tear troughs, mandibular angle and mentum. The results of these cadaver observations have been published in Aesthetic Surgery Journal: van Loghem JA, Humzah D, Kerscher M. Cannula versus sharp needle for placement of soft tissue fillers: an observational cadaver study. Aesthet Surg J. 2016 Dec 16. pii: sjw220

Live Demonstrations by: Mr Dalvi Humzah BSc(Hons) MBBS(Hons) AKC FRCS(Glas) FRCS(Eng) FRCS(Plast) MBA, Consultant Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeon
& Dr Jani van Loghem MD, Aesthetic Physician
Expert Panel: Dr Tom van Eijk, Aesthetic Practitioner, Dr Nikolaus Linde, Aesthetic Surgeon, & Helena Collier BSc RGN DNC PGDp (Medical Aesthetics), Independent Prescriber and Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner

House Debate on the Future of Aesthetic Medicine



Moderator: Mr Dalvi Humzah BSc(Hons) MBBS(Hons) AKC FRCS(Glas) FRCS(Eng) FRCS(Plast) MBA, Consultant Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeon

17:00 - 18:00

“Aesthetics : a Speciality, a Sector or an Industry?”


Mr Dalvi Humzah BSc(Hons) AKC FRCS(Glas) FRCS (Plast) MBA, Consultant Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeon

Dr Raina Zarb Adami, MD MRCS MSc(Aesthetic Plastic Surgery), Surgeon
Dr Rashmi Shetty, Dermatologist
Dr Jani van Loghem MD, Aesthetic Physician

Mr Norman Waterhouse FRCS FRCS(Plast), Consultant Plastic Surgeon
Dr Paul Charlson FRCGP DPD BCAM, Cosmetic Physician and President of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM)
Ms Sharon Bennett RGN NIP, Cosmetic Nurse and Chair British Association of Cosmetic Nurses (BACN)


Day one close

Friday 6th October

Skin Science


Moderator: Dr Daron C Seukeran MB ChB (Glasgow) DCH DRCOG MRCGP FRCP (Lon), Consultant Dermatologist

09:30 - 10:00

Skin Boosters, Chemical Peel Advances, IR Protection

Skin quality is a key feature of youth and attractiveness, correlating with high demand within Aesthetic Medicine. Delegates will explore the benefits of the following modalities: 'skin boosters, chemical peels and IR protection' as solo and combination treatments to improve skin quality. Personal tips and protocols will be discussed alongside the latest evidence based approaches. 

Mr Paul Banwell BSc(Hons) MBBS FRCS(Eng) FRCS(Plast), Consultant Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeon Dr Uliana Gout MBBS BSc, Cosmetic Physician

10:00 - 10:15

Epigenetics & Skin Health

Mr Banwell will discuss the concept of epigenetics and its implications in skin health. Our understanding previously was that our genetic makeup was a fixed blueprint. However, evidence suggests that gene expression can be modified by extraneous ‘epigenetic’ factors. Understanding DNA analysis of our skin, the influence of UV radiation and lifestyle factors as well as the benefits of oral and topical formulations will help us focus our thoughts on optimal epigenetic treatment strategies in the skin health arena.

Mr Paul Banwell BSc(Hons) MBBS FRCS(Eng) FRCS(Plast), Consultant Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeon

10:15 - 10:35

Common Skin Conditions Relevant for Aesthetic Practitioners

Acne, rosacea and seborrheic dermatitis are skin conditions commonly seen in aesthetic practice, either as the primary reason for consultation or as an incidental finding.

Many aesthetic clinics actively promote cosmetic procedures and cosmeceuticals targeting these conditions. While some may be beneficial, we should not forget that these skin conditions are medical concerns. As such the primary form of treatment should be prescription treatment.

In most cases a good topical prescription regime is all that’s needed and the lecture will discuss useful combinations and easy to implement topical prescription regimes. Topical prescription treatment may be supplemented with certain cosmetic procedures. In more severe cases a combination of topical and systemic treatment may be needed and effective regimes and strategies for this will be presented, too.

Dr Stefanie Williams MD, Dermatologist

10:35 - 11:00

Peptides and Your Skin

Quality of the skin in terms of texture, tone and its hydration is usually the first touch point in an aesthetic consultation and the importance of skincare regime cannot be emphasized more. One multi functional category which is currently a focal point in aesthetic research are peptides. Three interesting concepts regarding peptides will be the basis for this talk.

Dr Rashmi Shetty, Dermatologist

11:00 - 11:15

Sponsor Presentation: Globe AMT
Don't Buy! - Invest

Every purchase in an aesthetic business should be considered an investment, not a cost, and one against which you need to know your return. This easy to understand and pragmatic workshop provides attendees with the understanding and tools they need to make this assessment. Illustrated using the DEKA brand of aesthetic lasers.
Neil Roberts, Director, Globe AMT Ltd

11:15 - 11:45

Sponsor Presentation: Refine USA

Next Generation Skin Rejuvenation: Combining RF Microneedling with Platelet Rich Plasma

Almost all the lasers and energy based devices used in aesthetic medicine have a common mechanism of action: Create a controlled injury to activate the body’s own repair mechanism and regenerate new tissue. If we understand the role platelets play in the healing cascade, we can see that combining micro trauma with energy and extra platelets, can significantly amplify this regenerative process. This presentation will explain the role platelets play in rejuvenating skin and how we can combine PRP, micro needling and radio frequency to achieve superior cosmetic results.

Dr Hung William Song, MD

11:45 - 12:00

Sponsor Presentation: Medik8

Retinyl Retinoate : Now inside Dissolvable Microneedle Patches

Topical retinoids are a powerful, reliable and increasingly popular treatment modality in the treatment and management of skin wrinkles, pigmentation and acne vulgaris. In the realm of topical anti-ageing skincare, there is arguably little else that can match the long history of proven success that comes with regular use of ‘Vitamin A’ based formulations such as retinoic acid and retinol.

Retinoic acid and retinol can be nevertheless irritating to many users and skin irritation is the main reason given for low adoption/compliance of retinoic acid and retinol. Encapsulated retinyl retinoate , as published in numerous journals including the British Journal of Dermatology, is a novel and patented hybrid molecule made from the condensation reaction of retinol and retinoic acid. Results show it works both more quickly, and more effectively than ordinary retinol.

Retinyl retinoate has been shown to have a remarkably low irritation profile. Further, the molecule has greatly superior photo-stability meaning it can be used during the day as well as night leading to multiple benefits including a reduced peak-dosage profile - further reducing potential irritation.

Following publication of a 2014 study, Retinyl Retinoate has now been integrated into novel dissolving microneedle patches that are applied around the eye area. The lecture will discuss these results and how they can improve the speed and intensity of anti-ageing results from retinoids with much less or no irritation.

Elliot Isaacs, Founder, Pangaea Laboratories

12:00 - 13:00

Networking Break & Exhibition Visit

13:00 - 13:45




Moderator: Mr Dalvi Humzah BSc(Hons) MBBS(Hons) AKC FRCS(Glas) FRCS(Eng) FRCS(Plast) MBA, Consultant Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeon

13:00 - 13:20

Non-surgical Rhinoplasty with Chin and Jawline Enhancement

This short lecture and subsequent live demonstration is designed to highlight an artistic way of contouring the nasal framework using safe dermal fillers. It will provide an overview of anatomy and blood supply of the nose and also facial assessment of the nose in relation to chin position and jawline enhancement. The session also will cover preventing and managing potential complications.

Live Demonstration by: Mr Ash Labib MBChB FRCS DLO, ENT Surgeon & Cosmetic Specialist

13:20 - 13:45

Injection Techniques for the Midface and Nose

The loss of volume in the midface is due to a remodelling of the bony and cartilaginous structures and a loss of volume of fat compartments that age separately.

The knowledge of this anatomy helps us in the analysis of our patients and in the safety of our injections by avoiding the anatomical dangers located between compartments.

Only one entry point, located outside the infraorbital foramen level, is needed for filling both teartrough and orbitomalar fold. A soft filler is injected deep in contact with the bone with a 25G 38mm cannula.

For medial and lateral cheekbones injection, a 25G 50mm cannula is used through 1 entry point located under the zygomatic arch. A volumizing filler is injected in both deep fat compartments to give a support and superficial fat compartments to have a lifting effect.

The dorsal nose is injected from the nasal tip with CaHA or HA, under the SMAS in contact with the bone and the cartilage with a 25G 50mm. 

Live Demonstration by: Dr Nabila Azib MD, Specialist on Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery

13:45 - 14:00

Sponsor Presentation: Surface Imaging solutions
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Mr Anthony Macquillan MBBS MD FRCS(Plast), Consultant Plastic Surgeon






Moderator: Dr Simon Ravichandran MBChB MRCS, Aesthetic Doctor and ENT Surgeon

14:00 - 14:15

Why we still see Complications with Injectables and how to Manage them

The non-surgical aesthetic private medical sector that is growing by approximately 10% per annum, with the UK ranking number one in the dermal filler market with in Europe.  With significantly large and increasing numbers of treatments being carried out daily, it makes sense that the number of recorded complications are also increasing.  Complications may result in a minor inconvenience or escalate to life limiting consequences for our patients.  As medical practitioners it is our duty of care to both minimise the risk of complications resulting from any medical intervention and have the capacity to deal with complications that should arise.  Unfortunately one or two day courses are accepted as an entry into this specialised field of medicine.  An in depth knowledge of anatomy, rheology and action of products and drugs, injection techniques and possible complications are all required to minimise the risks of a complication occurring.  We will discuss complications that aesthetic injectors may encounter, how to avoid, manage or correct with confidence in your practice.

Dr Simon Ravichandran MBChB MRCS, Aesthetic Doctor and ENT Surgeon

and Dr Emma Ravichandran MFDS RCPS BDS, Aesthetic Dentist

14:15 - 14:50

Ask the Experts
Avoiding Complications with Fillers – The Latest Evidence and Innovations in Optimising Safety with Injectables

Expert Panel:

Dr Wael Seoudy MD, Consultant Dermatologist
Dr Rashmi Shetty, Dermatologist
Mr Dalvi Humzah BSc(Hons) MBBS(Hons) AKC FRCS(Glas) FRCS(Eng) FRCS(Plast) MBA, Consultant Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeon

Ms Emma Davies RN NIP, Vice Chair Aesthetic Complications Expert Group (ACE), Clinical Director Save Face
Dr Emma Ravichandran MFDS RCPS BDS, Aesthetic Dentist



Lip Augmentation



Moderator: Helena Collier BSc RGN DNC PGDp (Medical Aesthetics), Independent Prescriber and Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner

14:50 - 15:15

Art of Lip Augmentation

The lip is one the most complex aesthetic targets on the face. An aesthetic outcome with Lip augmentation goes beyond the math and treatment planning and is challenging even to the most experienced experts to get the expected results. During the demonstration, I will share some of my insights.

Dr Rashmi Shetty, Dermatologist

The Male Face



Moderator: Helena Collier BSc RGN DNC PGDp (Medical Aesthetics), Independent Prescriber and Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner

15:15 - 15:30

Assessing the Male Face

Male patients are increasingly seeking advice about their appearance. Most courses understandably concentrate on the female face as this is a much larger market. However this can lead to the wrong techniques being employed when treating men. This lecture concentrates on the features generally considered to be attractive male characteristics and how to achieve this effect on our patients. We will consider the use of toxin, dermal fillers, thread lifting and skin tightening techniques.

Dr Paul Charlson, FRCGP DPD MBCAM, Cosmetic Physician and President of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM)

15:30 - 15:45

Male Facial Aesthetics

With increasing numbers of male seekers of beauty enhancement, it's becoming more and more important for us to be aware of the specific nuances of the male face. The talk will cover the aesthetic and structural considerations that impact correction and enhancement of the male face with injectables.

Dr Rashmi Shetty, Dermatologist

Holistic Beauty: Upper Face

Moderator: Mr Dalvi Humzah BSc(Hons) MBBS(Hons) AKC FRCS(Glas) FRCS(Eng) FRCS(Plast) MBA, Consultant Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeon

15:45 - 16:00

Video Dissection of Upper Face Anatomy

A new format of lecture describing the upper face anatomy will be shown through a continuous 15min video.

Commented step by step by the lecturer, the forehead, temporal area, supra and infraorbital areas will be described, layer by layer, from the skin to the bone, to explain the right choice of the planes and entry points to achieve safe fillers injections.

All the anatomical dangers to avoid will be shown on a 40 years old fresh cadaver. Fat compartments description will help to understand where are the dangers to avoid in each area. The superposition with E2E technical schemes make this video anatomy more didactic and easy to understand.

The video is based on an exclusive footage from the international Expert2Expert community.

Dr Nabila Azib MD, Specialist on Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery

16:00 - 16:30


The Latest Injection Techniques for the Forehead and Temples

As body ages, the muscles and fat of the temporal and frontal areas waste away. We gradually see the fullness of the temporal region disappear, making way for a more severe hollow, bounded by the orbital and zygomatic bone prominences and the frontal area loose its gentle convexity.

This aspect considerably ages the face. Furthermore, hollow temples often evoke an ill and malnourished face, or even one with lipodystrophy syndrome.

The correction of these areas harmonizes the treatment of various aesthetic units, offering a homogeneous result.

It must be remembered that the more imperceptible the boundaries of a face are, the younger the face appears.

Both areas can be treated with cannulas from one entry point located at the temporal crest. A deep injection in the supraperiosteal plane is the only way to avoid the main anatomical dangers and to achieve long lasting and natural results.


Ms Anna Baker BN RGN INP PGCert-Applied Clinical Anatomy, Facial Anatomy Teaching Coordinator & Assistant Tutor

Live Demonstrations by:

Dr Nabila Azib MD,  Specialist on Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery & Mr Dalvi Humzah BSc(Hons) MBBS(Hons) AKC FRCS(Glas) FRCS(Eng) FRCS(Plast) MBA, Consultant Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeon


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