The International Association for Prevention of Complications in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPCAM) is holding a fresh cadaver wet lab course the day before its conference in September.
The one-day course, titled Anatomical Basis of Facial Rejuvenation with Dermal Fillers And Management of Complications Wet Lab, will take place on Thursday September 19, the day before the IAPCAM conference on Friday September 20.
According to Dr Molina, delegates will get a comprehensive understanding of facial anatomical layers using cadaver prosections and will practice anatomical surface marking on fresh frozen cadavers, with an emphasis on avoiding critical neurovascular anatomy in upper, mid and lower face. The wet-lab also includes practical sessions using hyaluronidase.
The faculty includes Dr Molina, consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon Mr Jeff Downing and consultant orthopaedic surgeon Mr Babur Mahmod.
Aesthetic practitioner and IAPCAM director Dr Beatriz Molina said, “This unique hands on fresh cadaver wet lab is a scientific, evidence-based course run by internationally recognised clinical and anatomical trainers, with the aim of promoting safe aesthetics practice amongst medical professionals.”
The course will take place St Georges University of London in Tooting.