Online Webinars - Essential Face Anatomy

Lockdown Learning!

This is the opportunity to reflect on your practice, and learn and improve your knowledge and skills. Prepare yourself for the return to injecting soon after the Lockdown is over as an even more effective and safe practitioner. Learn the essential face anatomy to improve your treatment results, and most importantly, avoid complications.

We are conducting online webinars for the Essential Anatomy of Face related to Botulinum Toxins and Dermal Fillers. Please see details below:

Essential Anatomy for Botulinum Toxin – Online Webinar

Learn Anatomy, avoid complications

This is an essential course for all aesthetic practitioners – learn and revise your anatomy of face related to botulinum toxin treatments - improve your treatments and avoid complications.

  • Anatomy of muscles related to botox treatments
  • surface anatomy of muscles (locations on face)
  • origin and insertion of muscles and why is this important for botox treatments
  • actions and functions of facial muscles that you botox
  • depth and plane of various muscles
  • various muscles and their opposing muscles
  • How to avoid complications in botox treatments with the help of the knowledge of anatomy

Duration: 1.5 hours
Course tutors: Dr Shehzad Iqbal, Georga Longhurst
Delegates attending this Webinar can claim £100 off towards the Face Anatomy on Cadavers Masterclass Course.

Course Dates

November 13, 2021

Price: £200

(£150 if both webinars are purchased together)

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Essential Anatomy for Dermal Fillers – Online Webinar

Learn Anatomy, avoid complications

This is an essential course for all aesthetic practitioners – learn and revise your anatomy of face related to dermal filler treatments – be an effective and safe practitioner and avoid complications.

  • Learning the Blood vessels (arteries and veins) of face in detail – the path and depth of blood vessels, how to inject safely and avoid blood vessels while injecting
  • Learning the important fat pads of face – superficial and deep
  • Learning the layers of face – what is superficial, what is deep
  • Learning the nerves, and the actions of various nerves – which nerves are responsible for sensations and which for face movements (important to know if suspecting damage to a nerve)
  • Other important structures of face – Parotid gland and duct
  • Avoid filler complications with the help of the knowledge of anatomy

Duration: 1.5 hours
Course tutors: Dr Shehzad Iqbal, Georga Longhurst
Delegates attending this Webinar can claim £100 off towards the Face Anatomy on Cadavers Masterclass Course.

Course Dates

November 13, 2021

Price: £200


(£150 if both webinars are purchased together)

Book Now

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Anatomy for Aesthetics is a member of the CPD UK. Face Anatomy on Cadavers Course for Aesthetic Practitioners is assessed and certified by the the CPD UK.