Hyaluronic acid manufacturer Teoxane will host two in-depth two-hour symposiums on March 1 and 2.
At the first Symposium, aesthetic practitioner Dr Lee Walker will analyse the ageing process through generations, evaluating trigger points of ageing, alongside changes of the five layers of anatomy. He will also review the 4D assessment process, and how it can be adapted, depending on the age, volumetric loss and a treatment algorithm approach.
Aesthetic practitioner Dr Benji Dhillon will then perform a live demonstration to restore volumetric loss of the mid-face region. He will explore the anatomical considerations when approaching treatments in the mid-face, with a focus on the anatomical sub units of the face, skin laxity, volume loss in the fat pads and bone reabsorption.
The session will conclude with a live demonstration of the tear trough treatment performed by aesthetic practitioner Dr Raul Cetto. He will explore the importance of hyaluronic acid gel rheology when approaching tear trough rejuvenation.
At the Teoxane Takeover 2, Dr Walker will return to share his 4mm needle technique for safer and more predictable lip augmentation. He will also perform a live demonstration, while detailing important anatomical considerations.
Cosmetic doctor and ophthalmologist Dr Tahera Bhojani-Lynch and plastic and reconstructive surgery specialst Mr Ayad Harb will then outline how to successfully treat a male patient. Dr Bhojani-Lynch will discuss the typical male patient profile, treatment approaches and the male ageing process. This will be followed by a live demonstration by Mr Harb on sculpting and defining the mid-face and lower-face regions in a male patient.
These sessions are restricted to doctors, dentists and nurses only. Delegates will be asked to present their professional registration number to attend.
There is limited seating available for both Symposiums, so please arrive early to guarantee your place as access is granted on a first-come, first-served basis.
To learn more about ACE 2019 and register click here.