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Cadaver based Minimally Invasive Course in Medical Aesthetics

Course Leads

Maya Shahsavari & Richard Green


Healthcare professionals – Doctors, surgeons, dentists, nurses, paramedics.
This course is aimed at new/novice injectors. If you are more experienced, contact the team and we can discuss how the course runs and if you think it would be beneficial to you

Course summary

This one-day course held in the Surgical Skills Centre, involves a competency based approach to medical aesthetics for a maximum of 10 delegates. Delegates will be working in pairs on a fixed Thiel cadaver work based station. A series of structured exercises have been devised so that trainees can complete a variety of aesthetic treatments covering the following:
Anti-wrinkle injections
Hyperhydrosis and bruxism treatments
Liquid rhinoplasty
Cheek, chin, jawline reconstruction
Perioral and periorbital rejuvenation
Emergency complications management

The course provides:

Introduction to aesthetics
“hands on” practical experience using cadavers
Personal tuition from experienced medical aestheticians
Advice on entering the field of aesthetics as a medical professional and variety of career enhancement options
Introduction and networking opportunity with a leading global injectables brand. 
You will not be certified to perform these procedures on patients following this course because this is aimed at minimising complications based on intensive relevant anatomy training and not aesthetic outcome. You would need to attend a live injectors course or have appropriate supervision organised. You will be advised and provided with details of how best to do this by industry experts and senior injectors on the day.
Introduction 9 to 9.15 
Anatomy, face, nose, neck 9.15-10.30
Coffee 10.30-11.00
Botox and Filler theory 11.00-12.00
Business planning and questions 12.00-12.20
Lunch 12.20-13.00
Botox practical 13.00-14.00
Coffee 14.00-14.20
Filler practical 14.20-15.20
Management of complications 15.20-16.00
Course closure and questions 16.00-16.15