Consultant educator Hayley Allan explains why she believes that reconsidering the names we give our aesthetic training sessions could help further engage and develop our colleagues
Aesthetician and specialist website founder Dija Ayodele discusses why it can be difficult to attract darker skin-toned patients and how to overcome these challenges to secure long-term patient loyalty.
ABSTRACT Understanding key anatomical concepts of the face is important in order to be able to treat a patient effectively in any aesthetic treatment. With a robust anatomical knowledge of the occipito-frontalis muscle, the clinician can appreciate how each patient’s anatomy may vary and how the clinician’s choice of injection placement with botulinum toxin A reflects this. Recent detailed anatomical studies of this area provide further clarification regarding static, dynamic and functional anatomy. Through critical analysis of this data, it is possible to tailor treatments on an individual basis.
An examination of the literature and emerging indications by Mr Dalvi Humzah, Professor Andy Pickett and Anna Baker.
Dalvi Humzah Aesthetic Training (DHAT) is introducing a ‘blended learning’ concept to its range of award-winning courses.
The industry’s first Ofqual-regulated qualification for injectables in aesthetic medicine at level 7, Industry Qualifications (IQ), is no longer recognised by Ofqual.