A hands-on workshop focusing on lower face and neck treatments using botulinum toxin will take place on February 27.
Hosted by Aesthetics Editorial Board member and dental surgeon Dr Souphiyeh Samizadeh, the workshop will take place at the Royal Society of Medicine in London. The training will outline evidence-based techniques for the jawline, masseters and neck, as well as discussing perioral muscle balance and the ‘microbotox’ technique.
Dr Samizadeh explains that the course will include a review of botulinum toxin A pharmacology, full patient assessment and creating a treatment plan, in addition to detailing reconstitution and units specifically for the lower face and neck.
She notes that delegates will also learn about complication prevention strategies and the management of complications, should they arise.
The workshop will give delegates the opportunity to practice treatment delivery during the hands-on training.
The training will be CPD accredited.
Dr Samizadeh said, “I am really looking forward to showcasing my latest botulinum toxin course on the lower face and neck. This area can be of particular concern for patients and it is important that today’s practitioners are knowledgeable in the injectable techniques that can give the best results.”