soft tissue fillers


facial filler essentials: quick reference guide

In the Facial Filler Essentials Quick Reference Guide, the injection protocols used in the online as well as the Master Course are explained with schematic illustrations. High focus is on avoiding vascular occlusions and therefor only low and moderate risk facial areas are covered using only the safest techniques, based on facial anatomy. Hyaluronic acid is used for most areas (cheeks, jawline, chin, marionette lines, lips, superficial wrinkles and skin booster treatment of the cheeks. A calcium hydroxyapatite (CaHA) protocol is explained for improving the jawline and diluted CaHA is used for skin quality improvement of the cheeks. 

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The Facial Filler Essentials: Quick Reference Guide by Jani van Loghem, MD, PhD provides detailed guidelines on the application of facial fillers, including anatomical considerations, product selection, and injection techniques. The guide also outlines specific injection techniques for various facial regions such as the cheeks, jawline, chin, lips, and fine lines, providing product recommendations, maximum volume guidelines and associated vascular dangers.
Please note: the ebook version is available in our reader on this website, you do not receive a file for your e-reader.


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