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Tear Trough Correction Using Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Filler : Superficial Technique (Video)

While causes of dark circles can be multi-factorial, they are often the result of tear trough deformity. Tear trough deformity is a major concern in many individuals seeking eye rejuvenation and is a natural consequence of the anatomic attachments of the periorbital tissues; usually characterised by a sunken appearance of the globe that results in the casting of a dark shadow over the lower eyelid, giving patients a fatigued appearance. Such deformity can be confirmed and shown to patients using flash photography as they disappear when photographed. Tear Trough Correction Using Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Filler There are various techniques in correcting tear trough deformity, and in a 2006 multi-s

Non-Surgical The New Surgical: Top 3 Cosmetic Medicine Trends of 2019 by Dr. Naomi McCullum, The Man

As the demand for better and more advanced techniques to be used continues to grow in the fields of aesthetics and cosmetic medicine, so does the importance of being equipped with the latest and most advanced skills. At IFAAS, this is exactly what we aim to deliver - to provide physicians worldwide with the best-in-practise hands-on training conducted by some of the most highly respected faculties from around the globe. This week, we bring you an exclusive interview with the founder of one of the fore-leading cosmetic clinics in Australia: The Manse. With most of The Manse's physicians (5 out of 7) having trained with our IFAAS faculties at our Hands-On Master Class training programs conduct

Locating Safe Injection Point for Temple Filling with Hyaluronic Acid (Video)

One of the common signs of aging is the hollowing of temples, whereby the upper face appears "pinched" with the brows appearing short and ptotic. While there are varying methods available, the treatment for temples remain one of the most difficult as the tissue in the area is thin and has a propensity to show irregularities after injection. Today, Hyaluronic Acid (HA), has become the “gold standard” for filling of the temple area as it not only improves wrinkles but also restores volume due to its viscosity (especially for hollows) which allows for a nice correction. Temple Filling With the use of HA fillers, filling in the targetted temple area have been shown to persist up to two or three

Complication Management with Absorbable Thread Lifting - Part 1 Dimples Management

Thread lifting has been known as a minimally invasive procedure compared with the standard incisional surgery for facial rejuvenation. Nowadays, patients prefer simple procedures, early recovery, and immediate outcome. As a result, the interest in face lifting using a thread has drastically increased recently. Although there have been several reports on acute or delayed complications after using nonabsorbable thread type, there have only been a few studies on such complications after using absorbable thread type. It is essential to address what are the potential complications after thread lifting. In an recent study published on AAPS (Archives of Aesthetic Plasttic Surgery), researchers did

Octo Twist Threads for Non-surgical Lateral Eye Brow Lifting

Ageing causes the lateral third of our brows to age first and most. The natural arch of our brow becomes flatter or even sloped downwards at the sides and the entire brow may sit at a lower position. Patients who are concerned about having a descended brow, flattened brow, have multiple lines on the forehead or have excess skin over the lids from the brow area but doesn't want to go under knife are the best candidate for non-surgical lateral eye brow lifting procedure. This week, IFAAS faculty presents the exclusive technique of Lifting Lateral Eye Brow using Octo Twist Threads: Threads used during the procedure: Ocoto twist (PDO) threads: It consists of 8 braided use 5-0 threads and it help

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