Diploma in Facial Aesthetics

Course Description


Aesthetic medicine is a broad term for specialties that focus on altering cosmetic appearance through the treatment of conditions including scars, skin laxity, wrinkles, moles, liver spots, excess fat, cellulite, unwanted hair, skin discoloration, and spider veins. Traditionally, it includes dermatology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, reconstructive surgery.

FACIAL AESTHETICS b4

Facial Aesthetic Education
• Blood derivatives: PRP/PRF l-PRF, A-PRF Use on Face Scalp, Lip, Dental
• Facial cosmetology
• Basic Consideration
• Anatomy Of Head & Neck
• Facial Aesthetics Intra-oral/Extra Oral
• Dark Circle Correction
• Botox: Wrinkle Removal For Para Functional Habit For Tmg
• Dermal Filler: 8-point Lift intraoral Use
• Chemical Peeling: Extra/Intraoral Use
• Lip Depigmentation (Non-Surgical)
• Gum Depigmentation (Non-Surgical)
• ABS Gingival Elevator
• Minimal Invasive Perioplastics Procedures
• Meso Therapy, Derma Roller, Derma Pen
• Micro derma Abrasion
• Threads: PDO COG/MONO
• Combination Procedure
• Mirco Needling
• Blood Derivative
• Scar Removal
• Lasers Tricology. Hair Transplant
• Laser Introduction
• Types Of Laser
• Laser-Tissue Interaction
• Delivery System
• Laser Safety.
The goal of this program is to produce competent Facial Aesthetics and/or teachers who would be,

Able to diagnose the situation and provide proper treatment.
Knowledgeable in various AESTHETIC techniques.
In a position to repair & restore the lost structure to maintain harmony between both the hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity and facial structures.
Knowledgeable in available materials.
Skillful to execute the treatment.
Able to assess the predictable long-term results.
Able to manage complications that may arise after treatment.

• Clinical Procedures

• Able to diagnose the situation and provide proper treatment.

• Knowledgeable in various AESTHETIC techniques.

• In a position to repair & restore the lost structure to maintain harmony between both the hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity and facial structures.

• Knowledgeable in available materials.

• Skillful to execute the treatment.

• Able to assess the predictable long-term results.

• Able to manage complications that may arise after treatment.